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The_man_The_myth
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I mean it seems interesting but other then hunger games most of these worlds absolutely irrelevant to eachother nor really seem to make sense on the choices.

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The Orb of Worlds without Limits: Alice in Borderland

SrCuervo

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SrCuervo
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What do you mean they don't make sense? I have a long list of worlds executed for the story consistently. From the simplest to the most complicated, if you are going to complain about it, it is better to write it in a comment, not in a review that left me very confused. Are you talking about the options for travel? 4 random worlds appear, tell me if I should make sense of all of them when I only choose the one that I have planned and studied? Also, afterwards they will be random worlds through roulette, and I have more or less checked the next world but strategically chosen to make it more difficult for the protagonist. I don't understand his review.

The_man_The_myth
The_man_The_mythLv4The_man_The_myth

I assume hunger games is your first world which would like any other define the beginning and character of the mc / theme of the story. What I meant was the worlds you chose seem random and pointless in a sense to the story I know your going for the theme of randomness but that doesn’t mean you actually have to pick other worlds that hold zero qualities that align with the first world. It would be like having a multiverse travel where you start at game of thrones and the jump to my little pony. I still left a 4 star because I’m sure the writing is good but all I’m saying is if you want a far more interesting story find worlds that in some sense increase in difficulty but also in some way align with the experience he/she will have along the way. Like let’s say hunger games- game of thrones- underworld. It doesn’t have to be those but they all fit together a lot more

SrCuervo:What do you mean they don't make sense? I have a long list of worlds executed for the story consistently. From the simplest to the most complicated, if you are going to complain about it, it is better to write it in a comment, not in a review that left me very confused. Are you talking about the options for travel? 4 random worlds appear, tell me if I should make sense of all of them when I only choose the one that I have planned and studied? Also, afterwards they will be random worlds through roulette, and I have more or less checked the next world but strategically chosen to make it more difficult for the protagonist. I don't understand his review.
SrCuervo
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This was my first list, many were placed just using the resources I had at the beginning. I will modify the list depending on tastes, my knowledge and what I think I can contribute to the story. The other worlds are random but I leave the possibility for them to appear later, I am aware of what it can mean for the story if it does not have an order. • "Jurassic Park" (franchise) • "The Maze Runner" (franchise) • "The Hunger Games" (franchise) • "Harry Potter" (franchise) • "Game of Thrones" • "Interstellar" • "The Witcher" • "Star Wars" (franchise) • "Blade Runner" • "The Avengers" (Marvel franchise) • "Terminator" (franchise) • "The Lord of the Rings" (trilogy) • "The Expanse" • "The Purge" (franchise) • "The Walking Dead" • "Mad Max" (franchise) • "Pacific Rim" (franchise) • "The Matrix" (trilogy) • "Alien" (franchise) "The X-Files

The_man_The_myth:I assume hunger games is your first world which would like any other define the beginning and character of the mc / theme of the story. What I meant was the worlds you chose seem random and pointless in a sense to the story I know your going for the theme of randomness but that doesn’t mean you actually have to pick other worlds that hold zero qualities that align with the first world. It would be like having a multiverse travel where you start at game of thrones and the jump to my little pony. I still left a 4 star because I’m sure the writing is good but all I’m saying is if you want a far more interesting story find worlds that in some sense increase in difficulty but also in some way align with the experience he/she will have along the way. Like let’s say hunger games- game of thrones- underworld. It doesn’t have to be those but they all fit together a lot more
The_man_The_myth
The_man_The_mythLv4The_man_The_myth

Well I have a 4 star for a positive review either way but I would recommend you don’t pick more then 5( personal opinion) when stories like these do to many worlds the story becomes bland and it won’t allow you or the readers to enjoy the world building for each destination

SrCuervo:This was my first list, many were placed just using the resources I had at the beginning. I will modify the list depending on tastes, my knowledge and what I think I can contribute to the story. The other worlds are random but I leave the possibility for them to appear later, I am aware of what it can mean for the story if it does not have an order. • "Jurassic Park" (franchise) • "The Maze Runner" (franchise) • "The Hunger Games" (franchise) • "Harry Potter" (franchise) • "Game of Thrones" • "Interstellar" • "The Witcher" • "Star Wars" (franchise) • "Blade Runner" • "The Avengers" (Marvel franchise) • "Terminator" (franchise) • "The Lord of the Rings" (trilogy) • "The Expanse" • "The Purge" (franchise) • "The Walking Dead" • "Mad Max" (franchise) • "Pacific Rim" (franchise) • "The Matrix" (trilogy) • "Alien" (franchise) "The X-Files
SrCuervo
SrCuervoAuthorSrCuervo

Yes, it could even lose the sense of history and become repetitive. I understand, with 5 worlds the story would be perfect. Thank you for your words and time, I promise to do my best.

The_man_The_myth:Well I have a 4 star for a positive review either way but I would recommend you don’t pick more then 5( personal opinion) when stories like these do to many worlds the story becomes bland and it won’t allow you or the readers to enjoy the world building for each destination
The_man_The_myth
The_man_The_mythLv4The_man_The_myth

SrCuervo:Yes, it could even lose the sense of history and become repetitive. I understand, with 5 worlds the story would be perfect. Thank you for your words and time, I promise to do my best.
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