No matter how many times you die, it still sucks.
For Hudson, the virtual world of PrimeVerse isn't all bad. It's beautiful; much nicer than overpopulated Earth. It almost feels like a vacation except for the volatile wildlife, lack of any amenities, and–oh yeah–the inability to log out.
Exploring the world, learning his class, and leveling skills is all fun and games until a powerful rogue player with a vendetta shows up to wipe out Hudson and his primitive tribe. Thrust into a conflict he didn't create, Hudson is forced into a cycle of respawning where he learns that even death can be used as a tool. So much for that vacation.
It's not like he signed up for this. Or even went willingly. but when life hands you lemons … use them to kill the dog-size spiders that are trying to eat your face.