Featured Art By: Felix Ortiz We are, each of us, no matter how we might balk at the reality, the legend our parents' shadows leave behind.
Tales like Children of Ruin, snatch glimpses of our mythically humble beginnings. They race out ahead of us on engines of desire so advanced that they are indistinguishable from magic.
After several weeks far afield and then a hectic week of recovery (that I haven't fully recovered from, ha), I am attempting to return to the rhythm of writing and posting that I was getting used to.
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While the antagonizing forces of the story might represent a physical or emotional dragon at the end of the cave of trial, this final confrontation is only as great as the building blocks of lessons and the moments of self actualization that come before it.
Set in an alternate history of mundane Earth, where the Napoleonic Wars are being fought on sea, land, and dragon wing, 'His Majesty's Dragon' follows a bonded rider and dragon in a struggle against mounting foes.
A pale shadow looms. Terror is left in its wake, along with the rubble of lore marked nations. But worse than this, it steals the one thing that might give Maniye, and all the people's of Tchaikovsky's world, the chance to fight it: magic.