"Aren't- Aren't you going to convince them by revealing your grotesque and horrifying true form now?" Snyder asked, a hint of disappointment quivering in his voice.
The three goblin heads peering around the door frame nodded. "Yes. Is traditional."
Ami blinked at the expectant expressions surrounding her, then closed her mouth with an audible snap. She turned her head and threw a pleading look at the Reaper, who just snickered at her predicament. "But I'm human! I really look like this!"
After foiling the Dark Kingdom's latest scheme, it's all in a day's work for the Sailor Senshi to be chasing Dark General Jadeite through his dimensional portals — until Sailor Mercury falls behind, trips, and is knocked unconscious. When she comes to, she's lost in another world, trapped underground, she has no supplies or resources, and there's a giant demon looming over her with a scythe. But hey, there's an easy way out, and all it will cost her is her soul...
Dungeon Keeper Ami is a Crossover fanfiction written by Pusakuronu which was last updated on May 7th, 2021. It begins with Ami Mizuno being transported to the world of Adushul and forced to become a Dungeon Keeper herself. Armed with nothing but her smarts, a couple of imps, and a Horned Reaper who hates her guts, the now Keeper Mercury will have to face both the forces of evil Keepers who want to stop her, as well as the heroes who refuse to believe her good intentions, all while trying to find a way to get back home.
The story proper can be divided into several main arcs that are largely self-contained, plot-wise, but which connect the larger, overarching story.
Plot summary (with spoilers), is listed on the recap page.
You can download all the current chapters in a single document in the following formats: epub (up-to-date as of 2018-08-03), ePub (up-to-date as of 2018-07-24note ), ePub (alternate version, possibly outdated), AZW3 (Kindle), or slightly outdated: MS Word, FB2, PDF
You can find a python script to create a up-to-date ePub file directly from the website here. You can create the other formats from that one with Calibre. You can also read it in a single page by visiting the Lysator page compiled by Thomas Bellman and up to date as of August 2021.
Now has its own wiki