Dungeon World 2

(4 customer reviews)


Fred did something bad.

He didn’t intend to do it, but the destruction of a dungeon core – accident or otherwise – will likely result in horrific consequences for anyone connected with the crime.

And not for just the perpetrators; everyone around them will suffer vengeful retribution from the nearby cores for the unthinkable act.

Knowing that his mistake will end up endangering his new friends, the townspeople of Gatecross, and even his Guild, Core Power, Fred decides to do whatever he can to protect them.

After he absorbed the nature core, he unlocked the ability to establish a territory and create his very own dungeon – a dungeon which will hopefully provide the defense they need to survive against the expected fight to come.

Unfortunately, the nature faction isn’t the only one that learned about Fred’s crime.

The Dungeon Adventurer Syndicate, under the authority of the Craytion Kingdom, has sent a powerful group to investigate….

Contains LitRPG/GameLit elements such as statistics and leveling.

No harems and no profanity.

4 reviews for Dungeon World 2

  1. David S

    Good installment and interesting read. I’m definitely continuing the series!

  2. Phillip

    I received a free review copy from Audiobooks Unleashed and am leaving a voluntary review.

    I enjoyed this book even more than the first one in the series. The story continues after Fred accidentally absorbed a core, which unfailingly brings vengeance upon all humans in the vicinity from the surrounding dungeons. What can be done? Build a dungeon and defend it. He works with the humans in Gatecross to help defend their town. This book features dungeon building, “tower” defense, cool battles, and a continuing relationship. I look forward to finding out what happens next.

  3. Erik Rounds

    The world-building in this series continues to impress. I’m interested to see where the story goes from here. The narrator does a great job bringing the characters to life.

  4. Jacob

    The story focuses mainly on the big event talked about at the end of book 1. Understand that this is not like book 1, and the author very much fleshes out the big battle to take up most of the book. This read reminded me of Justin Miller’s “World Seed”, where sometimes the mechanics and stats force the story to take a backseat. Sometimes I caught myself thinking “This section about mechanics in interesting, but when are we going to get on with the story?” That being said, hang in there, because Jonathan does wonderful in parts that carry the story for the last half of the book. The narrator does a great job with the read, and I have no issues continuing to listen to him.

    I was given this free review copy audiobook at my request and have voluntarily left this review.

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