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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

The first battle took place a month later. They had followed the direction of Bartok, and had stayed until they were all at full strength, and when they left the Fortress, they had all their weapons, armor, staffs, amulets, rings, and the Dwarf made shirts on, and they had left the wine, mead and ale… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 4

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 3

They travelled daily, found incredible places to make camp at night and the week passed by quickly. They were on the edge of the city when they made camp on the seventh day. Bartok wanted to enter the city the next day, and he didn’t want to be at the mercy of Menandor’s hospitality for… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles – 3

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The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles

He had spent his youth training with the Wizard. He had never known anyone who had the power to manipulate time, weather, the elements, and beasts of all sorts. He was the one who stood between the people of Pangea, and the dark forces the Mages wielded to subdue and enslave the people. He was… Continue reading The Wizards of Pangea – The Sorcerer Chronicles

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The Captive of Embrellon – 11

  The Marn came into orbit, and they deployed three ships to the surface. The railguns took out two of the ships and damaged the third. Once the Marn landed, the Rangers were ready for them, they exited the ship, there were two hundred Marn on the ground. They were heavily armed, and had all… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 11

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The Captive of Embrellon – 10

They were in their respective offices. Jason was not only the swordsmanship instructor, but he was now over all of the first year cadet training. Vesarra was over their next six-month block of training, flight school and gear making. They had to learn to make their own saddles, saddle bags, rifle scabbards, saddle pouches, stirrups,… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 10