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Build harem. Grind hard. Level fast.

Sam and his guild mates have been victorious, and now the land of Ozara awaits. 

But winning a kingdom isn't all it's cracked up to be. Soon other players will be allowed into the new land, and Sam and his friends will have to defend what they have won if they plan on keeping it.

Contains mature themes.

©2019 Traveling Bard Publishing (P)2019 Tantor

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Let me give you a heads up.

#1. The writer writes himself into a corner many times in each book. Then, they solve the problem with a hail Mary pass or making the bad guys do something stupid to remove the obstacle.
#2. The company that runs the game acts like they are afraid to do anything inside the game. Even when not doing so threatens the safety of the players themselves.
#3. The protagonist has the ability to raise by 2 levels a day but seldom does so. .
#4. The protagonist has saved the game and the company twice now. Yet it seems that the company is determined to destroy him and everything he has gained.
#5. In conclusion, I have lost interest is what happens next. I no longer care about whether he wins or looses.