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The System Apocalypse Issue 7 - A Post-Apocalyptic LitPRG Comic - cover

The System Apocalypse Issue 7 - A Post-Apocalyptic LitPRG Comic

Tao Wong

Publisher: Publishdrive

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Summary

How Much Can One Man Take?
 
Aliens, monsters and dungeons have been met and conquered by John Lee during the System Apocalypse. He's seen thousands die, and even more fall as they attempt to deal with Earth becoming a Dungeon World. As the Yukon's premier human fighter, he's forced to take it all on and win. And he has.
 
But when John is betrayed by his temper and the human council, when he's forced to choose between the expedience of violence and the ideal of honour and the law, something has to give.
 
The System Apocalypse Issue 7 is an adaptation of the bestselling LitRPG - Life in the North, featuring monsters, character screens, XP, dragons and science fiction mecha in one heady, post-apocalyptic blend. The original book is available in ebook, paperback, hardcover and audiobook versions.
Available since: 10/20/2020.
Print length: 26 pages.

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