American: Native Empire


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The end of mankind and its doom was right around the corner. Narvas, a giant asteroid, was on the path to colliding with earth. To avoid mankind impending doom, Kiwoo broke through the miraculous odds and  journeyed through the ages of time.

“…Native Americans?”

However, much to his expectations, Kiwoo arrived in the native lands before the discovery of the New World! For man to survive, civilization needed to develop faster and quicker before the collision of Narvas occurs. Under his guidance, the native land was reborn as an empire of the natives and not as colonial land ruled under eurocentrism.

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New HunterGeorge rated it
June 21, 2020
Status: c3
I see two ways this can go. Either it is done well, or it can go extremely racist. Also the language issues, plus I wonder how much research the author actually put in because, him being there might cause an early pandemic. I wonder if the author thought of that, because the main reason the Spanish won other than the in fighting amongst native Americans to my limited knowledge had been the spread of plague.
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johnjmr rated it
May 27, 2020
Status: c2
Just felt like I needed to balance out the 1 star review here. It's written coherently, with logically outlined settings and characters, which is already 3.5 star territory on this site... whether or not the author effectively executes on the concept isn't something I can say at chapter 2 though lol.
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