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naveenreddypadala5999

High fantasy, dragons ,magic,worrior,politics,i am looking for stories with these theme

Replies:   awnlee jawking  ian181  madnige
awnlee jawking
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@naveenreddypadala5999

The Art Deco stories by Stultus?
Deenara2000's stories?
The World of Erasthay stories by mypenname3000?

ETA

Dragons and Coal Cinders by Myrtle Lane

AJ

Vlad_Inhaler
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Sea-Life wrote four and was going to write more: http://storiesonline.net/series/636/wizards-apprentice

Lazlo Zalezac wrote two: http://storiesonline.net/s/56795/magic and http://storiesonline.net/s/69120/more-magic (in progress), they are rather slapstick.

Cutlass has one in progress but you might want to wait and see if he gets further.

sunkuwan

https://www.fictionpress.com/s/2961893/1/Mother-of-Learning

a groundhog-day-style story about a young mage who attends mage college and gets sucked into a timeloop on the day his school and the surrounding town is invaded. So he relives the month leading up to the invasion every time the time runs out, he gets killed or the original time looper gets killed.

First it is just a what-the-hell-is-going-on story, than about getting stronger and then the political side about the happenings around the world gets more fleshed out.

My favorite Fantasy story of the last 3 years.

ian181
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@naveenreddypadala5999

http://storiesonline.net/s/41072/dragon-clan by Heathen57.Fantasy
The adventures of a halfelven as he tries to survive in a land where all of the kindred are to be killed. First chapter of a longer story.
Tags: Ma/Fa, mt/ft, Consensual, Romantic, Magic, Heterosexual, Fiction, First, Violent
Sex Contents: Some Sex
Posted: 11/20/2003, 2:24:32 AM Concluded: 7/31/2005, 12:55:11 AM / (Review) 482 KB 41165 470 8.43

zellus

Hole in the ground (Complete) by Kenneth Hammond (Ka Hmnd/
http://www.sexstories.com/story/57646/
http://www.sexstories.com/profile795826/Kenneth+Hammond

Premium:
http://storiesonline.net/universe/512/the-world-of-the-battlemages
http://storiesonline.net/a/Risq

Replies:   docholladay
docholladay

@zellus

Hole in the ground (Complete) by Kenneth Hammond (Ka Hmnd/


I would add that you should check the rest of his stories from his profile page. Many of them will fit the topic to some extent. Also check out the listings for his other pen name at the wayback page here:
http://web.archive.org/web/20130504130145/http://stories.xnxx.com/profile341849/Ka+Hmnd

He has been quite prolific in his story telling and not all his work has made it to SOL. He is a good story teller and well worth the time to book mark the pages unless you have a ton of time and speed to read everything in one setting.

robberhands

No dragons, but that aside my story 'Law of the Blood' and its sequel fit your criteria.

madnige
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@naveenreddypadala5999

Have you tried Tales of MU by Alexander Erin?


High fantasy

- subtitle is High Fantasy - Higher Education



Dragons

- There is one important dragon character, others are mentioned. However, there are very many different non-mundane characters - orc, troll, demonspawn, mermaid, golem, goblin, nymph, triclops, kobold, sylph, nagakin, elf (both light and dark), even some that defy classification; there are plenty of normal humans as well.



Magic

- Magisterius University (the MU of the title) is a university specialising in magic



warrior

- All students are required to have a weapon and attend some form of combat class



politics

- Lots! Uni to townsfolk, interdepartmental, interspecies


Somewhere over 500 chapters so far, and ongoing.

cfuson001

How has no one recommended you the Tarrin Kael's Sennadar Universe, AKA Firestaff series is beyond me. It's hands down one of my favorite fantasy novels.

Replies:   JohnBobMead  ian181  sunkuwan
JohnBobMead

@cfuson001

How has no one recommended you the Tarrin Kael's Sennadar Universe, AKA Firestaff series is beyond me. It's hands down one of my favorite fantasy novels.


https://forums.sennadar.com/index.php

ian181

@cfuson001

Or P.I.and magic by Voltron

Elawn
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Release that Witch. No dragons, but definitely a must read. The MC is an engineer from modern day China and gets transported to a world extremely similar to the Middle Ages as the idiotic 4th prince Roland except... there are witches there, and they are hunted down as the devil's advocates. There's politics, magic, witches, demons and thanks to the MC's knowledge... firearms o/

It's more fantasy than high fantasy, but it's one of the best webnovels I've read —500 translated chapters so far, and 2 are released everyday.

Wheezer

@Elawn

Release that Witch. No dragons, but definitely a must read.

I have no idea how to navigate that mess of a website to find and actually read chapter 1...

Replies:   Elawn
Elawn

@Wheezer

Here you go :-)

Replies:   Wheezer  Wheezer
helmut_meukel

@Elawn

It's more fantasy than high fantasy, but it's one of the best webnovels I've read —500 translated chapters so far, and 2 are released everyday.


I looked into the first chapter and to me as a non-native english speaker the translation from Chinese created an oxymoron:

A round public square ...

Shouldn't this be a circus – as in Piccadilly Circus?

Can someone enlighten me?

HM.

robberhands

@helmut_meukel

A round public square ...

Sounds like nonsense but since one definition of 'square' simply means 'place' the word choice seems allowable.

Elawn

@helmut_meukel

Yeah that's definitely a circus. Keep in mind that there might be a few mistakes here and there, since the translators are usually simple over-enthusiastic fans that have taken up the task of letting us non-speaking Chinese folks enjoy the stories.

Wheezer

@Elawn

Here you go :-)


Thanks!

Geek of Ages

@helmut_meukel

In American English, I've never heard "circus" used in that way (only British English). So, a "round public square" is fine; "public square" does not (despite its constituent words) actually inherently have a defined shape or size. (Cf. conversations about how the Internet is the new public square)

Wheezer
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@Elawn


Here you go :-)


Thanks. You mentioned 500 translated chapters, but your link to Volare only has 344 chapters. Where can I find the rest?

Some of the translations make me pause, or grin and shake my head, but it's a good story.

Ok, Google is my friend! Webnovel.com picks up the story at chapter 330 and has up to chapter 521. They also appear to be posting translated chapters regularly according to the comments.
https://www.webnovel.com/book/7931338406001705/21417335281094211/Release-That-Witch/Farewell)

Replies:   JohnBobMead
JohnBobMead

@Wheezer

Thanks to this little flurry of activity, I've just added links to three eLit host sites I didn't know about. And previously I had no links to Chinese lit in translation. Don't know when I'll actually check any of the stories out, but still, the mad cataloger in my soul is very happy just now.

sunkuwan

@cfuson001

I am currently halfway through Book 3. It is a great series but one of the biggest problems are the errors in the timeline.

- When was the Breaking? The first mention was 2.000 years ago but several plot points revolve around things that happened directly after it, like Triana's birth and they all talk about 1.000 years ago.
- the first time the disappearance of the ancients was mentioned, he was told they vanished because they didn't want to murder civilians (that were incised to do this by the priests of kara because of jealousy) while defending the tower and sending the other sorcerers out into hiding. But in the same book sometimes later it is said that they just vanished and nothing about hiding sorcerers. And the civilians attacked the tower because all the magic trinkets exploded.
- Kimmy was turned a 100 years ago in book 2. 20 years in book 3.
- in book 1 his parents tell him, that their house burned down because of a monster raid. In book 3 the house is fine and there was never a fire.
- and several other continuity errors.

I am reading the pdf version from http://www.weavespinner.net/worlds_of_fel.htm and maybe those are outdated, I don't know.

It doesn't diminish the fun I have reading this series (much) but it nags a little in the back of my head. especially the Breaking timeline.

Replies:   JohnBobMead
JohnBobMead

@sunkuwan

I am reading the pdf version


Those are up-to-date so far as I know; Fel hasn't gone back and revised them since they were created, to my knowledge.

There are the occassional continuity errors in all of his stories; I don't think he keeps a master glossary for each story universe in quite enough detail. Think of them as stories from closely related timelines, if that will help you adjust.

Yogda

I'm surprised nobody has mentioned QM's Magician yet.

It has it all. Angels, demons, vampires, werewolves, ESP, alternative earths, mage politics, the works. Mighty well written too. 126 chapters.

sunkuwan
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@Elawn

Currently on chapter 160.

Reading Release that Witch and playing Factorio in-between is metal as fuck :D

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