Fantasy isn’t fantasy without a bit of mystery, is it? Amongst the humans, elf, and dwarven band of warriors is another character. Who is this character? She is a woman of intrigue, of magic, of good, and perhaps even of evil. What is a creature with glittering red eyes and a tail like that of the demon lord himself doing alongside these characters? Good question. Delve into Throne of Jelzicar to find out!
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It’s been a long wait, but it was worth it for this beautiful piece of art! Behold … the cover to Throne of Jelzicar is here! In less than a month, you’ll be able to travel to Jelzicar with Drahvyn and the other Warriors of Gravenlea as they go to battle the demons that threaten to take over their world. For now, enjoy this beautiful art as we prepare for the battle that lies ahead!
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Nokeb is not just any common elf. Nokeb is of the Novarie elven race. These elves are known to be great magic users. Although Nokeb is a young Novarie, and not yet old enough to master his magical abilities, he occasionally catches glimpses into the future. These visions, combined with his extraordinary archery skills, make him a valuable member of the group of warriors set off to reclaim Jelzicar and save their world from Emph’s evil reign. As a lowly fortune teller in Gravenlea with a history of often making false predictions, he has a lot to prove as the Warriors of Gravenlea set off to reclaim their world.
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Overlooking the Monterey Bay is a breathtaking thing. In fact, I think looking out on any ocean must be humbling. As I view this vast body of water, I cannot help but think about the life that lives below the surface. In that beautiful, blue sea lies a vast bounty of incredible creatures that the mind’s eye cannot even begin to imagine or comprehend. Within the very depths of its bowels are creatures that have yet to be discovered.
The life within the ocean only brushes upon the surface of the magic of its waters. My educated mind knows that across those waters lies a foreign land. I cannot see it, but I know it is there. The people in that land live in a different culture, a different climate, and even a different time zone. Not so long ago, it would have almost been viewed as a different world.
The ocean seems almost to be a gateway to another dimension and, while I gaze upon its beauty, I am humbled to be a creature of this world.
Posted in Poetry and Other Short Things and tagged aquatic, bay, dolphins, fish, magic, marine, Monterey, ocean, Pacific, Presidio, sea life, whales by S. D. Galloway with no comments yet.