By Kathryne Kennedy
"A fantastically drawn tale packed with lush surroundings and an interesting plot. It's a narrative you'll get pleasure from interpreting back and again."
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He's a ruler in a divided world...
In the paranormal, watery international of the ocean wooded area, the divide among the rulers and the folk is an uncrossable chasm. good-looking, smug prince Korl Com'nder has lived a lifetime of luxurious that's not anything greater than a fable to the folks he principles. till the day he's by accident abducted via a gorgeous outlaw smuggler and is compelled to open his eyes to the area outdoors his palace walls.
She's an outcast, yet no less than she has her independence...
Mahri Zin could cease at not anything to avoid wasting her village, and after they wanted a healer she didn't consider carefully approximately kidnapping one. but if she realizes that the healer she so hastily stole is none except the crown prince of the ocean woodland, Mahri is familiar with that this is often her simply probability to alter the destiny of her people...
"A hugely unique delusion tale...Kathryne Kennedy has performed a great task with global development. i actually enjoyed this world."
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When specialty priests receive such an ability—often expressed in terms such as “the priest is able to cast light (as the 1st-level priest spell) once a day”—it is usable in addition to their normal spell complements. It should not be read as a restriction on the number of times that the priest can cast the comparable spell per day or per tenday. Such spell-like abilities require no verbal, somatic, or material components to use, and function as innate abilities in combat (discussed in the Innate Abilities subsection of the Special Attacks section of the Combat chapter of the DUNGEON MASTER® Guide).
These may be regional names, older names, or alternate names, or poetic forms of address. The layer of the plane the deity’s domain is found on is listed here, followed by the domain’s name. If the plane the domain is on is undivided, the plane name is repeated. ) Traditional allies are given here. Traditional foes are given here. Powers the god rivals or competes with are not foes. These are discussed in the text, not here. A brief description of the deity’s symbol is given here. The alignments required of dedicated worshipers of the deity are given here.
Jergal never visibly angered and always spoke with a disembodied, chilling voice that echoed with the dry whisper of a long-forgotten crypt. His tone was deceptively bland and his demeanor excessively formal, even if his words portended horrors unimaginable. Totally focused on death, he perceived life as momentary existence before death’s eternity. The Lord of the Dead was depicted as a wizened, insubstantial mummy of some ancient, alien race. His skin was gray and tightly strung across his frame.