There was once a wizard that held back the purple slime, employing the efforts of a once a future King. However, when the mission failed, the evil King applied the ultimate sanction. His groans echoing throughout legends, as rested down on the slab.
A collection of short stories that build toward a novella: a sky aristocrat’s trans daughter who fell from afar, a runaway mobster’s daughter who becomes a prostitute, and a young trans girl whose sister hung herself long ago. Together they form a family of unlikely friendship, but their bond shall be tested in a new form of virtual reality–dream space, where technology has evolved to the point where gaming is under the skin.
For Slephner, Ellen’s ex boyfriend, he was one of the first in this experiment. However through misusing the system his body began to degrade. He became greedy. Now Nadine, in an updated system, in danger of repeating the mistake.
Meanwhile, in Fairy land, Dantino knew what the ultimate consequence was for hanging, drawing, and quartering the King was. But he knew that the ultimate reward was untold riches and ages of reform for the poor people of Voreth’s Promise. But he knows, if they find him, they can apply the worst sanction beyond high treason.
Dantino didn’t want to be a living suit of armor.
I was wondering if I should change my novella title? If so I’m not really easily figuring out what would should be. The original vision of the work has changed several times for the last nine years I’ve been working on this book.
Uploaded Fairy doesn’t really work, as it’s not just a game they’re in. It’s an entirely artificial universe built from the genes of our own medieval history, with the only differences coming from fairies and elves evolving out of humans, with enough blending of elf genes with fairy genes that Elves are essentially extinct.
But it’s not really a game world, so much as a separate universe that sick minded politicians market as a LARP to trick gamers into committing “Farefolk Cleansing.” But it’s went into this weird direction I wasn’t expecting a LitRPG to really go into.