• Dungeon Core Online

  • Remastered Edition, Book Three
  • By: Jonathan Smidt
  • Narrated by: Travis Baldree
  • Length: 21 hrs and 10 mins
  • 4.7 out of 5 stars (349 ratings)

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Dungeon Core Online

By: Jonathan Smidt
Narrated by: Travis Baldree
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Publisher's Summary

Dungeon Wars have ended. Peace reigns across DCO...for a moment.

With the creation of his fourth floor to focus on and his burgeoning relationship with Rue to enjoy, James is ready to simply immerse himself in everything that DCO has to offer. With his players now able to take to the seas, there is a whole new set of mechanics to explore. Not to mention another set of random mobs, each more ridiculous and terrifying than the last. I mean who doesn’t want to see a zombie megalodon summon a tornado full of undead sharks?

And, as DCO grows, so, too, does its impact on the world. With new Dungeon Gates that allow travel between dungeons, the economic impact of the game has increased tenfold.

But where there is wealth, there are those who wish to take it.

James is about to learn that the real world is a lot more sinister than the virtual one.

Cyb3Ru5 is coming.

©2022 Jonathan Smidt (P)2022 Portal Books

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  • 11-18-22

Pretty good but there’s a problem

Great book! Except … for … the …romance😭 I almost wanted to stop and delete this every time there was some kind of intimate situation between the mc and rue.

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A little to much

Wow just wow this has fallen from the other books because it’s to much on this and that from the IRL to world building to plot lines and then they tried to throw in so many twist it was a bloody mess and way to many non filling fillers wow just wow . I am not sure I will go for the next in the series .

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delete rue

good story great concept even greater narrator. but rue she is annoying as hell. you could get rid of her in the story and it would be perfectly fine.

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His Girlfriend is abusive

Honestly, I enjoy this series but Rue is on my last nerve. Her slapping and punching him almost had me screaming at him to backhand her and I’m a woman. Other than that, this was a great read. I love the narrator as always and while I would love to give this book 5 stars across the board I can’t making a character verbally, mentally, and physically abusive with codependency problems is only going to make our MC need more therapy.

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Uber females dominating uber beta males

Jonathan Smidt had most of the primary female characters abusing their partners. Whether it be Rue slapping and punching James or Fel rough-housing and humiliating James or Steve being frightful of his wife, Victoria, the common theme is that the primary male characters are scripted in a pitiful way, making it difficult to find any redeeming qualities in either gender of these characters, even given the difficult backstories they've lived through. And James is at a whole different level, a healthy 17 year old male playing the part of a damsel-in-distress , scared, depression, sobbing, egads! what a way to lose interest in an up-to-now, enjoyable series.

Travis Baldree's performance was okay but hampered significantly by the personalities of the primary characters he had to narrate.

Regrettably, I'll not continue this series.

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Emotionally Abusive Codependence

I love the cool new floors and the continuation of the Jenkin Family line. The mc is literally physically abused by a raging co dependent girl who seems to need to be in control of everything because she never had control in real life. Slapping the main character over and over for situations that aren’t his fault ( including after almost getting kidnapped and worse) and then somehow turning it all about her seems like a really shitty thing for the adults to allow to a super stressed out and threatened teenager. Hopefully there’s more emotional maturity going forward. And perhaps the mc can finally grow some spine considering he keeps saying he’s getting more confident. No need to be a douche but a wet floor mat is pretty low.

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confidence down

while the story wad great as always.

I hated how James came to total sub and wimp to any girl in the story

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Wish they spent more time in the dungeon

I hope book 4 if it ever release spends more time in the dungeon and o. The immersive world building, the side story with Zander’s got boring after a while, let’s all admit we’re all here cuz we read the first 3 books and want to spend more time learning about Ru.

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epic as always

Can't wait for the next one! The floor building is one of the best parts.

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chekhov's gun 3

Ok so if you got to this point you in for the long haul.

Simple spoiler free review. It still has more funny parts and raises the threat to the man character and keeps adding to the foreshadowing of the first book and confirms some things hinted back in book 1.

SPOILER WARNING AHEAD.
Ok so the story picks up right where book 2 left off and finally confirms that the pixie is a real girl in very tragic circumstances. From their the relationships grows. Our villain from the first book has his moments but that's it moments, he also pays a price worse then death and maybe only gets his sanity back at his last moment of free will. the new villains of the book are ok. A bit fast (though every character seems to move fast outside of there pods for some reason) though I wonder if they will come back in book 4 or if they are done here. All in all the book is great. it's a bit rough around the edges but that's me being picky about the fact they have 9 days in the pod and only 15 hours in the real world. if you over think it, it might get annoying since the books takes place over the course of 4 to 6 real world days.

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  • Brad
  • 11-14-22

great book confused ending

as title states great book great series really but I am stumped with the ending I feel like there is no conclusion so im hoping for another in series but no signs yet