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Step into the world of AirthTM where, after mankind scattered from the infamous tower of Babile, it didn’t go on to create tools to accomplish its goals, but instead, focused on harnessing its internal power. Rather than technology, mankind developed magic, and human life splintered into various humanoid species, some more powerful than others.
The evil wizard LeZarick is determined to rule this fragile world and believes that he, and only he, is destined to do so. A man devoid of mercy, he will do whatever it takes to prevail, including killing any and all who oppose him. LeZarick’s only potential adversary is his one-time friend, T'Lar, a legendary, peaceful wizard, who LeZarick has imprisoned, helpless, in his dungeon. But despite his predicament, T'Lar, too, is determined—he must put an end to LeZarick's drive for domination, at any cost.
With no other options, T'Lar sets into motion a dangerous plan, which lures seven adventurers into a quest that carries them through unimaginable perils and epic battles. The Last Tale of T'Lar chronicles their amazing journey and provides the history of their world, AirthTM, which is also the world of Venturers of AirthTM, a revolutionary role-playing game designed and written by the author. Please visit their website at www.VenturersofAirth.comfor information on other Tales of AirthTM publications.
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RJ Borton was born and raised in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania where he attended Central High School. He went on to earn his undergraduate degree from a small Pennsylvania college and then served in the US Army for four years. A retired engineer and photographer, he has been married for forty-two years and has three children and three grandsons.
Borton first became involved in fantasy gaming in the early 1980s. After playing numerous FRP-style games with many diverse people, he designed and wrote the revolutionary game, Venturers of AirthTM. It is based on Borton’s unique vision of how our world would have turned out had the events at the Tower of Babile gone differently than they did, where rather than technology, mankind developed magic instead.
The Last Tale of T'Lar chronicles the history of Borton’s epic world and can be read either on its own or to supplement the FRP game Venturers of AirthTM.
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Book Description Tales Of Airth Publications, 2014. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M0615967272