Next in the spellbook - Kainen's Spear of the White Wold
"This excerpt is of the Telling of the great Prince of Fire, whose chariot is the sun, who rushed to the sea-goddess's aid, when the demon-king besieged her ocean palace."
by Grant Smuts Time to do a bit of world-building again. As I mentioned in a previous post, magic takes on several different forms in Amarith. The most traditional and powerful form, however, is a form of ritual magic which is comprised of three parts - the drawing of the circle, the placing of the... Continue Reading →
Once the paths to Vortithiryx were fraught with peril, filled with werewolves, and strange constructs known as manikins. Now, however, the forest is eerily silent, plagued only here and there by strange spider-like creatures known as the Hunger.
"Circean magic, as the name suggests, draws its power from Amarith's second moon, gifting mages with a supreme command over the forces both visible and invisible upon the mortal plane."
by Grant Smuts -- the rest of the major players... the antagonists, this time. The Mystes of Streggan Keep Morvannon: A powerful, four path mage with a vendetta against the Order. He seems to be extremely knowledgeable of Valharrow and its history, and of the Order in particular. Gieren: A skilled swordsman, who has begun... Continue Reading →