Dungeon Runner 1

Dungeon Runner 1

by Dustin Tigner

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Exploit. Extract. Exit! These are the rules of a Dungeon Runner, though Entin has yet to write them and make his mark on the fledgling virtual world of Eternal Fantasy Online.

Three weeks ago, the Garentin colony ship—a century out from Earth—digitized their population in a desperate hope to survive a devastating terrorist attack. The colony of two thousand people must come to terms that this new world is their home forevermore.

Having lost everything, Entin is now a lowly market Runner, working for copper chyps to buy food and share whatever extra with the orphanage. It's grueling, thankless work. That is, until a new, much more lucrative job, finds its way to him.

But nothing is ever easy. There are risks involved with going out into the Wilds, a place of monsters and dangerous mysteries. Is the loot worth it? What price will he have to pay to succeed where others have failed?

Dungeon Runner is a free GameLit serial that will be released every three months. It's full of adventures, puzzles, and unusual paths to success. Watch Entin define the role of a Dungeon Runner and push the bounds of his reality in this new virtual fantasy world with endless possibilities.

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Product Details

BN ID: 2940162482246
Publisher: Eleista
Publication date: 03/25/2021
Series: Dungeon Runner , #1
Sold by: Barnes & Noble
Format: NOOK Book
Sales rank: 116,785
File size: 355 KB

About the Author

I'm Dustin Tigner and I write GameLit, Fantasy, and Science Fiction.

There are two things I've always been: a writer and a game designer. In 2003, I built and ran a writing community of over two thousand members for six years. Shortly after college, I published 7Strains: The Infectious, an Xbox 360 game. And on September 4th, 2017, I coined the term GameLit.

Most of my full-length works will be GameLit, though I'm always looking for ways to improve as a storyteller and use short stories to explore craft, characters, and ideas. Join my newsletter to receive updates concerning new releases, free stories, and connect with me. Your feedback—positive or negative—is always helpful.


If you have any questions for me, please reach out! I'm on most GameLit FB groups, @DustinTigner on Twitter, or you can email me at .

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