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Children of Dawn - Chapter 1 - The Sky Fires
Chapter 1 - The Sky Fires
“Next on the list we have…” the young woman hesitated as she checked her extensive list of appointments. “…Glen Bekoma, from the Daretma District.” She confirmed, tracing the tip of her stylus down the pad, resting in her forearm.
“Daretma?” repeated the broad man as he sat forwards in his throne. “I didn’t think we had anyone coming from that far afield?”
“It was a last minute appointment, my Lord. He arrived in the city last night.” The woman explained.
The round, stone room fell into silence for a moment, enough to unsettle the presentable assistant.
“If you’d rather not see him I can send him away, it’s no trouble.” She promised, taking a quick step towards the doors.
“Come now Gabriella.” The Lord smirked. “I would hope you know me much better than that.” He slowly arose from his chair, pacing down to the large pla
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Children of Dawn - Prologue - From Ash
Prologue – From Ash
This tale of light and dark does not begin as you might expect. In fact, darkness does not play its cards in this game until a much later time. For you see, in the beginning there was only the Light, a force which was given purpose by the Dawn Creator and his children. As any father would, the Creator wished for a world in which his Sons and Daughters could grow and be divine unto their own. With this wish upon his lips, he whispered to his children, “This, my greatest gift and secret to you, is life itself.”
In that instant, the vast and empty canvas of creation fell away, giving birth to an endless, young, pure world. The Dawn Creator from that day was a stranger to his children, yet he remained in every essence of his world. Hidden in every blade of luscious grass, flowing through the warm rays of the Morning Star, the Children of the Dawn were never truly abandoned. It had cost their father his purpose, but his parting had gift
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