By Tim Marquitz
For centuries, the bestial Grol have clawed on the partitions of Lathah with no luck. Now armed with O'hra, mystical guns of serious energy, they've got back, to beat.
Witness to the Grol strengthen, Arrin can abide his exile not. He returns to Lathah, in defiance of demise, with hopes to avoid wasting his loved princess and the kid born in their illicit affair. He unearths her unwilling to desert her humans. At her behest, Arrin searches for a sanctuary for them in simple terms to be faced through the Sha'ree, a robust race lengthy notion long gone from the area. via them, he learns it's not simply the Grol that threaten the land.
Empowered through a magic by no means earlier than obvious, the savage countries unfold chaos and destroy around the realm. With Lathah less than siege, and the realm on the point of cataclysmic warfare, Arrin needs to strike a care for the Sha'ree to take the struggle to the Grol, or ceaselessly lose his one real love: his family members.
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The appearance of the second moon unexpected, Domor began to doubt once more. He hadn’t factored in the movement of the moons into his travels. The mistake might well cost them their lives. A’ree’s sister orb, Nu’ree, circled the sky from east to west. Its pale, blue-gray light shined benevolently down on Ahreele. For nearly a fortnight out of each thirty, its gentle glimmer was a steady guide in the night’s darkness. But once every two years, the two moons’ paths would cross and bring about the Great Tumult.
The slamming gates had drowned her voice in its clatter. When the ringing cleared from his ears, he could hear her no more. There was only silence and the maddening beat of his heart. Arrin stumbled away from the only home he’d ever known. With nothing left for him in Lathah he had made his way to the woods. The trees had welcomed him, their wintered limbs hanging low in sorrowful commiseration. Though Arrin still suffered the burden of memory, the woods he strode through on this day showed no kindred to those that had greeted him at his exile.
He could hear her weeping as he was pushed out into the desolate night. The slamming gates had drowned her voice in its clatter. When the ringing cleared from his ears, he could hear her no more. There was only silence and the maddening beat of his heart. Arrin stumbled away from the only home he’d ever known. With nothing left for him in Lathah he had made his way to the woods. The trees had welcomed him, their wintered limbs hanging low in sorrowful commiseration. Though Arrin still suffered the burden of memory, the woods he strode through on this day showed no kindred to those that had greeted him at his exile.