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Beyond the edge of what we know, there existed a world between the real and the unknown. A world where fantasy breathed life and adventure ruled the land. A world so loved by the gods, they named it Ardenía, “Daughter of Ardenus.” In an age of wonder, when magic was losing its foothold and science was still in its infancy, dragons scoured the skies and murderous pirates roamed the high seas, both in pursuit of mythic treasures and forgotten wealth. Mysteries were hidden in every corner, and treasure hunters searched the world over for relics of unimaginable power. The most sought after was the famed Riddle of Tarmuden’s Isle, where a forsaken temple held four mystic stones. Forged at the dawn of time, it was said that each gem held a demon in suspension. Known as the “The Devil’s Charm,” the idol was the ultimate prize for any collector. However, the great forces within carried a warning: “Do not disturb that which has been subdued, or the stones shall unleash the acolytes of doom.” Yet too often wise words fall on deaf ears, as now one more madcap tries his luck: the notorious pirate Captain Sevren Blackheart. The consequences of his success are of grave concern, for if he breaks the spell, only a pantheon of heroes can defend Ardenía against this clandestine evil. It all begins with one man’s return home after two years abroad. A wandering swordsman with a legendary blade, that like Blackheart, also stands the chance to play a grander part in this fateful tale. Ride with Arys towards Mansfeld and witness a story fraught with danger and sheer madness.
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Born and raised in the hot Miami sun, C. H. Servantes has pursued his passion for writing since an early age. An 80's kid with a love for fiction, his interests span from mythology to medieval history. A unique voice in the fantasy genre, Servantes pairs that with a particular talent in dialogue.
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