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The Dungeon’s Burden

Slime Dungeon Chronicles Series, Book 4
Narrated by: Ryan Turner
Length: 12 hrs and 29 mins
Categories: Kids, Ages 5-7
4.5 out of 5 stars (191 ratings)

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The Empire's plans have come to fruition. Duran has fallen, and with it the other city-states of Nehatra. Only the dungeon town remains safe, but for how long? While the leadership struggle to deal with the crisis, the dungeon dwellers watch on. As Doc continues to unlock new slime evolutions, Rowen deepens his bond with Milly, and the two experience much together. When the final attack begins, will Rowen and Doc stand with the townspeople? Why has Doc been framed for murder? Who is the traitor lurking in the shadows?

Everything comes together in this final, epic tale of dungeon glory. The chronicles end here, but the war, and the dungeon, have only just begun.

©2017 Jeffrey "Falcon" Logue (P)2018 Tantor

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Ok well three identically cute characters with identically evil sides, combat that seemed good at points but dragged on with filler that fell like they were just taking turns hitting each other with silly super powers. Character development that alternated between hammy and flat. An ending that was a literal deux ex machina.

And most unforgivable. A nearly complete departure from the dungeon based litrpg. I truly just want to hear a bunch of numerical mumbo jumbo while the book describes in pain staking systematic detail the dungeon expansion and leveling. Not all this saturday morning cartoon quality sexual tension.

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Great book

The events of this book flow somewhat quickly, however character development managed to keep up without an issue. With how events played out, I cannot wait to see how the series continues as the Goddess' wills are expressed. Especially the goddess of desire.

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Hate her

I really hate Clare she only ever screws the dungeon. God she only dose things for her self. She is a piece of crap partner.

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stop reading here

it just becomes the worst stupid for no reason book ever. This is from the mind of a bad GM who just sucks at writing and players walk away from his table. just stop now.

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  • Ho-Man Yau
  • 07-25-19

an excellent conclusion to the series

another excellent story.
while previous stories centred on dungeon and town building this one was about finishing off all the plots of the story and starting new ones.
if the author decides to continue the story I will get it to find out what happens next.