To the elven forest of Whitewood went Sir Aubriet, to seek that which the elves called the Blade of Elements. Read how Aubriet faced the various tests and the four elements of fire, water, earth and wind in this story. To the lands between the empire of Talmissra and the kingdom of Tarntora went Tosham the makidon, in search of the Enchanted Chainmail. Read about his encounter with the Necromancers and how he battled with long dead stone-statues.
To the lonely magical isle of Sheyke went Galan Estella, in search of the Sandals of Light. On this strange isle did the High Priestess find herself forced into a painful decision, for without the magic of the Sandals, the tiny island would sink. Only the phoenix who lived in a mountain cave on the island could save it; and how she persuaded the phoenix and accomplished her task.
Other books in this collection by Lady Antiva:
Dragonlord: The Camelot Prophecies Vol #2 of 5
Mercenaries: The Camelot Prophecies Vol #3 of 5
Guildmaster: The Camelot Prophecies Vol #4 of 5
Warlord: The Camelot Prophecies Vol #5 of 5
Artifacts: Armor of Light Quest #1
Artifacts II: Armor of Light Quest #2
Artifacts III: Armor of Light Quest #3
Armor of Light Comics Series
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About the Author
I am Lady Antiva, the new Makidon Guildmaster, recently promoted from being a Senior High Guildman (a too masculine term in my view). I live in Camelot city, and play a crucial role in chronicling various lore of Bretunia. Hence, I have been bestowed the honor as being the co-author of 'The Book of Lore', deputy to Porthios, the Loremaster. I started on this work when I was still in high school.
I am looking for my next big adventure. I love long-distance running and there are still many places I want to visit and even more to which I want to return. When the war with Morgana is over, I shall do just that.
I am entrusted with the Guild Fellowship Staff, a tall slender rod of gold metal, encrusted with complex runes, impeccably carved, some small enough to cover with a finger yet more complex than a spider's web. The top of the Staff is curled into a fanciful hook, a symbol of unity and brotherhood.
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