(Pdf or ebook) The Eight Bit Bard by Aaron Rath – Kindle eBook and Epub


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  • The Eight Bit Bard
  • Aaron Rath
  • English
  • 07 May 2017
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5 thoughts on “The Eight Bit Bard

  1. says:

    Clever wordplay a fun story and nostalgic dopamine hits make this a real page turner In the grand tradition of fantasy no

  2. says:

    If you are a gamer or closely related to one you will know why it deserves the 5 stars and some

  3. says:

    I can kind of see what the appeal is supposed to be LitRPG with the assumptions of an oldschool game in the sense of grid based mazes and strict levels and respawning rules There's also the unusual element that the main character is b

  4. says:

    Fun gimmick but it goes on for far too long If it was half the length I would have absolutely loved it but it gets rather repetitive and saggy in the middle Still I enjoyed it overall and definitely recommend it to fans of old 80s90s CRPGs

  5. says:

    This was reasonably entertaining Lots of fun references and an interesting on the ground perspective of DD character life It kind of bogs down as it goes along though and the secondary characters are really poor

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The Eight Bit Bard

The evil sorcerer Ssor Ssorensen must have attended the freeze them with perpetual winter school of villainy because when he and his minions conuered the town of Noresha the first thing he did after taking a nice hot bath was encase the city in ice Then he laid out a thirteen dungeon obstacle course challenge filled with mind twisting riddles fiendish traps and a bevy of the most monstrous guardians a conueror's shoestring budget can afford because Clever wordplay a fun story and nostalgic dopamine hits make this a real page turner In the grand tradition of fantasy novels written out of games this reminded me of several parts Ready Player One and several parts Gord the Rogue or Forgotten Realms Unlike many of those this tackles the game head on putting the protagonists smack dab in the middle of a computer role playing game with a lot of fun puzzles to solve with the characters and tongue in cheek jokes and references A would read again

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That's what the best of the bad guys doStrife inevitably brings resistance A band of heroes led by Yorel the paladin calling themselves the Phoenix Dragons are the front runners to challenge the sorcerer and put an end to his menace This is not their story This is the story of Endrew the bard a fallen hero and humiliated former Phoenix Dragon who has to team up with a pack of misfits just to make it through the week His companions include an untra If you are a gamer or closely related to one you will know why it deserves the 5 stars and some

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Ined rogue an unusually sophisticated half orc mage a misplaced pixie a dwarven monk full of unlikely theories and a halfling warrior who wants than anything just to be tough Endrew and his unlikely crew set their sights on surpassing the champions and saving the city from evil but before they can do that they must surmount their shortcomings just to survive For a mismatched group that can't even settle on a party name that may be a tall order inde I can kind of see what the appeal is supposed to be LitRPG with the assumptions of an oldschool game in the sense of grid based mazes and strict levels and respawning rules There s also the unusual element that the main character is basically a former player character who s been abandoned by the mysterious Player because the game s rules let the Player ditch party members and create new ones out of nowhere That s interesting But the style was trying to be clever in a way that repeatedly rubbed me the wrong way I put it down in annoyance when I reached an early chapter title with a name like Street Fighters and the Double Dragon Other readers might appreciate the humor style


About the Author: Aaron Rath

Aaron has a degree in physics from Oberlin College but has spent most of his adult life playing with computers one way or another as a web developer coder graphic artist tech support agent and server admin Over the years he has dabbled in than thirty different jobs including farm hand dot com vice president carpenter's assistant band manager book editor book store clerk nuclear ph