Swords of Kos: Necropolis follows the adventures of Paros, a streetwise rogue with a penchant for alchemy, Parthenia, a savage Elf barbarian, and Selene, a priestess of the outlawed Titan moon goddess, as they brave the hazards of a long-abandoned cemetery and the catacombs beneath it. Dangerous though the hazards of this place are, an even greater threat might be the Necropolis itself .
Centered around a short story entitled “The Queen Of Crows,” this digital product was designed by author and game designer Monica Valentinelli. The short story entitled “The Queen of Crows” takes place during the 1860s, and focuses on the tough decisions that a Navajo elder named “Tse” must make to save his people. Will he summon Mahochepi, the Queen of Crows, without... [click here for more]
In the quiet streets of London, evil lurks.
Time is of the essence; the body count is on the rise. Inquisitor Glass must move quickly, for a name of old rings throughout the streets of London. But this British inquisitor is determined to stop the killings at all costs; even if it means death. With the help of the London Inquisitional House, Inquisitor Glass must be careful of whom... [click here for more]
“Paros could only venture a guess as to how many graves the forsaken burial ground in the little valley before him contained. North to south, it ran about a half mile and, from where he stood beside the wrought-iron fence that zigzagged along its eastern edge, it stretched about a quarter mile to the base of the hills that surrounded it. The rolling, broken ground of this unkempt area was heavily... [click here for more]
It stalks, it strikes, but it doesn't always ... kill ...
Chief Debren has one dead militiaman and one badly injured militiaman. The injured man remembers nothing of the attack. Shock? Probably. He appears to be recovering well. Too well, perhaps. Chief Debren decides to keep the man close but the fellow slips away, and that night, Maisie Kaddish goes missing ... ... [click here for more]
From out of the Yehr ...
Hurruk was going to die; the bones had told him so. But was there a way to ... er ... transcend death?
If Hurruk did manage to survive his execution then he'd gugu-well go find out what Hrawr was up to, and maybe drop a steamer into his plans ... ... [click here for more]
The monsters are coming to Mellow Ballok!
Fifteen years ago Mellow Ballok begged the king to come to their little town to destroy their witch; he did. For fifteen years, the townsfolk dutifully kept her grave-mound salted. Execution and salt should have been enough.
Enough to keep the valefolk ... safe.
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