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Design a dark gamelit cover for kindle book
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Dungeon Domains - Disorder
It is a game lit book set in a technologicaly advanced alternate reality, in the year 2097. The world has no similarities to cyberpunk. Everyone in the world is made to kill monsters, clear maps and compete to be the winner. They level up and buy themselves game like skills to progress. The protagonist focuses on summoning Undead and an aura which heals them. The protagonist (Owen) is citizen in an Empire controlling half the world, and godson to the Emperor. The other half of the world is made up of third world countries. The Empire has been oppressing everyone for centuries to maintain their control. Due to the introduction of magic to the world, every individual is able to use lethal force. The oppressed people's begin forming groups to destroy the Empire. Owen loves the Empire, and wants to protect against what he sees as barbarian invaders.
Age: 18-35 Gender: Mostly male. Anyone with an interest in Video Games. Genre fiction aimed at the litrpg or gamelit readers.
Other color requirements
I prefer darker colours with the text in a contrasting colour to make it easier to read.
I would like to see something related to game skills or attributes. The overall tone of the series is meant to be cold and calculating. The protagonist grew up in see's him as an idol, but to our moral standards he's closer to the villain. He scorns religion, thinks democracy is a joke and isn't against murder so long as the victim isn't part of the Empire he was raised in. I hope to see that kind of darkness framed as being just. The overall change in the story involves the order the Empire has maintained for centuries starts to break down as everyone learns magic. Hence the subtitle Disorder. Something to show that change might also work.
What to avoid
Please don't use cartoony style of drawing or images of people.
Every design category has flexible pricing for all budgets. Book cover starts at $299.
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Men and women who enjoy fast-paced thriller novels will enjoy this book. It is dark in spots, so I'd like a cover design