Death Mark: A Dark Sun Novel

Death Mark: A Dark Sun Novel

by Robert J. Schwalb

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Overview

In the aftermath of revolution, King Kalak of Tyr is dead and all eyes fall on the lucrative iron mines of his once mighty city-state. Merchant houses scramble to seize what scraps they can while King Hamanu of Urik, the Lion of the Desert, rallies his armies to crush the Tyr rebellion underfoot. He cannot allow this insurrection to succeed and intends to seize the city’s precious resources for himself. The hope of the Tyr revolution seems destined to fail as the tyrannical specter of Hamanu’s war machine looms large on the horizon.
 
But fate chooses the most unlikely heroes. Loren, a gladiator pressed into service by a corrupt merchant prince; the ambitious Alaeda Stel who hopes to secure her family’s future by exploiting Tyr’s sudden weakness; a street thief named Melech; and Korvak the disgraced templar are Tyr’s best and only hope. The promise of freedom rests on their ability to overcome the greed and lust for power that threatens to undermine the principles of Tyr’s revolution.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9780786959402
Publisher: Wizards of the Coast
Publication date: 12/06/2011
Series: Dark Sun, Abyssal Plague
Sold by: Penguin Random House Publisher Services
Format: NOOK Book
Pages: 320
Sales rank: 659,276
File size: 4 MB

About the Author

Robert J. Schwalb, a writer and award-winning game designer best known for his work on Dungeons & Dragons®, got his start in 2002 and has never looked back. He has designed or developed almost two hundred gaming books in both print and digital formats for Wizards of the Coast, Green Ronin Publishing, Black Industries, Fantasy Flight Games, and several other companies. Some of his best-known books include the Dark Sun Campaign Setting, Player's Handbook 3, A Song of Ice and Fire Roleplaying, Grimm, and Tome of Corruption.

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