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* {{Five Races}}: You've got the Nomads (humans), the Underclaw, the Leaf Tribe, the Emberfolk, the Hollowkin, and the Queen's Chosen.


* {{Badass}}: Pretty much everyone who makes it past the first few days in Ettingard. Robyn, in particular, who managed just fine ''while playing solo''.


* {{Five Races}}: You've got the Nomads (humans), the Underclaw, the Leaf Tribe, the Emberfolk, the Hollowkin, and the Queen's Chosen.
* {{Flight}}: Achieved by an item called, appropriately enough, a broomstick.



* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times, and Die Hard gets a reference.



* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times, and Die Hard gets a reference.

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* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times, and Die Hard gets a reference.{{Took A Level In Badass}}: Pretty much all the Breakers.

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* {{Character Level}}: Levels are represented by increments by 1000 experience points.
* {{Combat Medic}}: Robyn qualifies as one.


* {{Badass}}: Pretty much everyone who makes it past the first few days in Ettingard. Robyn, in particular, who managed just fine ''while playing solo''.



* {{Big Damn Heroes}}: Noel's arrival at the cherry tree.



* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times.

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* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times.times, and Die Hard gets a reference.

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* {{A God Am I}}: The Blacksmith's entire motivation is trying to convince the rest of Triple Prime of his godhood.
* {{And Your Reward Is Clothes}}: Monsters don't drop anything they didn't have on them already, so they often drop armor and weapons.

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[[caption-width-right:300:The 1st edition cover.]]

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* {{Bag of Holding}}: Noel creates one by mistake.


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* {{Cap}}: Averted, since Sam dislikes them.


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* {{ShoutOut}}: The Zelda series is mentioned a couple times.
* {{Trapped In Another World}}: Ettingard isn't even a finished world and the characters are stuck in it.
* {{Virtual Reality}}: Triple Prime specializes in VR games.


* {{ExperienceBooster}}: being well-fed gives players a slight boost.
* {{FighterMageThief}}: Grayson, Noel, Felix.
* {{FourTemperamentEnsemble}}: The Breakers

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* {{ExperienceBooster}}: {{Big Bad}}: The Blacksmith.
* {{Experience Booster}}:
being well-fed gives players a slight boost.
* {{FighterMageThief}}: {{Fighter Mage Thief}}: Grayson, Noel, Felix.
* {{FourTemperamentEnsemble}}: {{Four Temperament Ensemble}}: The Breakers



* {{PainfulTransformation}}: When Grayson wakes up after the Disaster, his whole body hurts.
* {{TheLeader}}: Grayson becomes one by default.

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* {{PainfulTransformation}}: {{Painful Transformation}}: When Grayson wakes up after the Disaster, his whole body hurts.
* {{TheLeader}}: {{The Leader}}: Grayson becomes one by default.default.
* {{The Hero}}: Grayson.

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* {{PainfulTransformation}}: When Grayson wakes up after the Disaster, his whole body hurts.


Void Forge was written by Thomas Holden in 2013, and published as an ebook in 2014.

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Void Forge was written by Thomas Holden in 2013, and published as an ebook in 2014.2014.
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!! Void Forge contains examples of:

* {{ExperienceBooster}}: being well-fed gives players a slight boost.
* {{FighterMageThief}}: Grayson, Noel, Felix.
* {{FourTemperamentEnsemble}}: The Breakers
--> Sanguine: Noel
--> Choleric: Grayson
--> Melancholic: Felix
--> Phlegmatic: Robyn
* {{TheLeader}}: Grayson becomes one by default.


Grayson Khnum is showing the new girl the ropes at Triple Prime, a virtual reality game company, when one of their coworkers goes off the deep end and traps the entire company in the game world that they're still building. Grayson soon finds himself fighting for his life in an increasingly buggy world as he seeks a way out.

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Grayson Khnum is showing the new girl the ropes at Triple Prime, a virtual reality game company, when one of their coworkers goes off the deep end and traps the entire company in the game world that they're still building. Grayson soon finds himself fighting for his life in an increasingly buggy world as he seeks a way out.out.

Void Forge was written by Thomas Holden in 2013, and published as an ebook in 2014.

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Grayson Khnum is showing the new girl the ropes at Triple Prime, a virtual reality game company, when one of their coworkers goes off the deep end and traps the entire company in the game world that they're still building. Grayson soon finds himself fighting for his life in an increasingly buggy world as he seeks a way out.

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