By T. H. Lain
This identify chronicles the most recent experience of assorted iconic characters from the Dungeons & Dragons middle rulebooks. This sequence of novels is designed to carry readers in the direction of the sensation of really enjoying a D&D experience. This 9th name within the novel line gains the long-lasting characters of the fighter and the wizard, either one of whom seemed within the kickoff name for the road, The Savage Caves.
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Teldin slowed, seeing a knot of beings ahead of him. Some Oriental humans were arguing politely with a horse-sized creature that looked like a brown praying mantis, apparently about a payment of some kind. None of them spoke any language Teldin had ever heard, but he understood them anyway-another benefit of the cloak, which often, seemingly at whim, translated unfamiliar languages for him. For all its faults, the cloak had its benefits, too. As he made his way around the arguers, Teldin thought about his past.
She almost gagged, then swallowed reflexively. For a moment she resisted, struggling weakly-then the knight relaxed, the wind easing from her lungs in a long, slow sigh. She looked almost sleepy as the poison took effect, deadening all her pain. She would go out with peace and honor, with the best of the general's foes. Her eyes rolled back in her head, then rolled down again and focused as she turned her head toward the general. Her red lips worked as the final sleep took hold. " she whispered.
The description fit the design of the pyramid ships used by certain undead human wizards, the sort that brought nothing but trouble. General Vorr abruptly shoved back his chair and stood to his full eight-foot height; Sergeant Hagroth barely reached past his chest. He carefully sorted and put away his papers, his well-oiled armor making no sound. "Sergeant Hagroth," he said, "tell my staff to bring all the marines to full alert, but in secret. Show no outward sign of our preparations. I want the Fifth Leg Battalion in assault gear at once, war priests in the lead.
Return of the Damned (D&D Retrospective, Book 9) by T. H. Lain