The Last Warrior of Unigaea

The Last Warrior of Unigaea A Player Killer with nothing left to lose Oric Rune wants nothing than to avenge the villagers of Ducat who were butchered before his very eyes by the Drachma Killers But with the people of the Rune

  • Title: The Last Warrior of Unigaea
  • Author: Harmon Cooper
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 271
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • A Player Killer with nothing left to lose, Oric Rune wants nothing than to avenge the villagers of Ducat, who were butchered before his very eyes by the Drachma Killers But with the people of the Rune Lands encroaching on the southern cities of Unigaea, and something brewing in the sky that could prove fatal to the entire online world, Oric must make the choice betweA Player Killer with nothing left to lose, Oric Rune wants nothing than to avenge the villagers of Ducat, who were butchered before his very eyes by the Drachma Killers But with the people of the Rune Lands encroaching on the southern cities of Unigaea, and something brewing in the sky that could prove fatal to the entire online world, Oric must make the choice between personal vengeance and becoming the hero he is destined to be Joining him on his epic journey are a giant Tagvornin wolf, a mute Solar Mage, and a cunning illusionist named Sam Raid Do not miss this the start of this powerful LitRPG fantasy trilogy by the author of Fantasy Online and The Feedback Loop series

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    • Harmon Cooper

      Harmon Cooper is the author of the Life is a Beautiful Thing Series as well as The Feedback Loop Series In 2017, he will release Fantasy Online, an offshoot of the Feedback Loop series.He has written 18 books and will likely write 18 before 2021.

    885 thoughts on “The Last Warrior of Unigaea

    • This is in all sense of the word a litRPG, but it's more a less a novel that has RPG elements than it is a litRPG. With that out of the way, the book is a very straight forward one. The MC got hosed hard core, so he decided to go the crazy route and do what he had to do to power level to get revenge on the people who pretty much crushed his dreams. As he goes about his way he starts to meet people that start to throw a wrench into the system by showing him a possibly different way to live and it [...]


    • Well, after reading The Feedback Loop, I had actually considered returning this book and it's sequel without reading them at all, but I decided that would be silly, I mean, what if I missed a really good story?Well, I am happy to say, that was a very good decision on my part.Not only did I like this story, I even enjoyed it's sequel, of which I will write in a few minutes.The story wasn't a unique one, but it was handled well enough that it was a nice read, and had some nice world building, and [...]


    • The Last Warrior of Unigaea Written by Harmon Cooper is a new book in the LitPRG genre. If you do not know what this is, let me explain. LitRPG is a fairly new genre that mainly consists of story and characters based in either a Virtual reality world, MMO game (Massively Multiplayer Game Online Game - Like World of Warcraft), or other similar RPG (Role Playing Game). The story follows Oric Rune as he lives in the world of Unigaea as a special class of character called a "Player Killer". This cla [...]


    • Good start to series. Another very entertaining, engaging and enjoyable story set in the Proxima world. This story was creative, fun and full of sarcastic humor as well as fast-paced with plenty of action. On top of that it has an unusual and very interesting cast of characters.I'm not a gamer and never have been. I can't tell you the first thing about RPG/VR games, but the way that Harmon Cooper writes his stories though it doesn't make a difference. Even though this is a complex, unique and we [...]


    • I really enjoyed this LitRPG novel. It's set in the same world as Harmon Cooper's other works, so if you've read them you know what to expect. It's also a standalone book one of a trilogy, so if you haven't read his other books you won't be lost. This book takes place entirely in the virtual world - the characters never log out an interact in the "real" world. I found myself wishing for technological advances, such as the ability to pull up character stats at any time - maybe someday an interact [...]


    • ( Format : Audiobook )"Anyone can climb in a video game."The dream team of author, Harmon Cooper and multi voiced narrator Jeff Hays, come together again with the first of a new series set in the Proxima Galaxy. Eric's body might be held in suspension somewhere in Chicago, but in the world of Unigaea, his incarnation as Oric Rune lives as a killer player, despised and feared by others as he and his only companion, a pony-sized Tagvornin wolf, seek vengeance and destruction on the Drachma killers [...]


    • The Last Warrior of Unigaea is a very unique story format. It is told from a gamer assuming an avatar of A Player Killer, named Oric Rune. In this reincarnation, Oric wants revenge against the Drachma Killers who destroyed the village Ducat, which he created in his previous avatar's life.In this avator's life as a Player Killer, Oric befriended a giant black wolf, which he called Wolf. Together, they traveled on odd jobs/quests to build up his avator for the confrontation against Drachma Killers [...]


    • The Last Warrior of Unigaea is the latest installment in the realm of Cooper’s Proxima Universe. This is, assumed, a launch of another series with references to other works in the author's digital realm. It does make reference to the historic Dream Team found within the Feedback Loop series (eight books in total), with the key takeaway as ‘historic’ or ‘legend’. In the not-so-distant future, Oric is hell-bent on revenge and chose to respawn as a Player-Killer in order to go after a cla [...]


    • Great Story-Unexpected DirectionI don’t know what I was really expecting. But when I read “Player Killer” I was thinking that Oric was going to be some “petty” guy offended by the world. His character developed faster than the usual “heart of steel” characters associated with this type of “person”. I thought there would be little “development moments” here and there until something major changed his “mind” in the last couple chapters leading into the next 1-2 books. It [...]


    • Another excellent LitRPG adventure from the pen of Harmon Cooper.I am always in awe of authors who can switch from writing a fight scene one moment, humour the next, and then come out with a set of words relating to their story, but also so true to now:'Unlike the real world, one can live any number of experiences here, regardless of any social class, country, or religious underpinnings that may restrict them up there.Gaming is the new liberty.'That brought shivers down my spine! Fantastic.I rea [...]


    • Excellent new chapterUnlike the action packed adventures Harmon usually does this is a more personal close up rebiew of a player who after losing his town to player killers decides to seek revenge by becoming a player killer and going adter them. His character shunned by the rest of the world in general gives us a lighter side with his companion a massive Wolf adaptly named Wolf (what better name is their). His personal quest for revenge and his levelling give us some great one on one interactio [...]


    • Unlike the action packed adventures Harmon usually does this is a more personal close up review of a player who after losing his town to player killers decides to seek revenge by becoming a player killer and going after them. His character shunned by the rest of the world in general gives us a lighter side with his companion a massive Wolf adaptly named Wolf (what better name is their). His personal quest for revenge and his levelling give us some great one on one interactions and background to [...]


    • Good Read. A LitRPG story. Has a interesting game mechanic of one life to live. I liked the story which had a resolution. The two background plots were touched on, but were left for future books. I did not like the full character sheet to show small changes. They could have summarized the changes and showed the full character sheet at the end of the chapter


    • Player Killer is not a good classs broken, you get attributes for killing people? Why aren't there thousands of PKers? The infamy definitely isn't a good deterrent.Why would the developers even add such a class? Usually they want to get rid of PKerse classes are messed up Random crushes??what why


    • Great FunThe main character, Oric Rune is solid, someone to build off of, an everyman’s hero. His sidekick, Wolf is a Scene stealer. Quite enjoyable.


    • Good storylineGrabbed me from the opening chapter. You don't find many stories in litrpg that have a pk as the lead character and this is funny and well written.


    • I really enjoyed this novel. Looking forward to reading more of the series. The narration makes the online world seem very fun and interesting.


    • Good storyThe MC needs a little fleshing out which started towards the end of of the story. I'm looking forward to seeing how he grows in future books


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