As he observed them, he realized that the stone was not guarded. He moved slowly, closer to the Ginza stone embedded in the wall. Just as he reached out to claim the stone, Kalomon saw Aukbar out of the corner of his eye.
In a mystical world, the forces of good and evil battle for the control of their world.
Author: Michael Surber
In a mystical world, the forces of good and evil battle for the control of their world. King Herbal and his daughter, the Princess Eelka, guard the Ginza stone, the symbol of peace that had been forged between two ancient races. The stone holds great powers, and Kalomon, the emperor of the Primals, covets it for his own evil purposes. Kalomon forges an alliance with Aukbar, the King of the Goblins, and together they plan their assault on King Herbal and the forces of good. The Grand Master Wizard Tidus foresees the bloodshed that will result from Kalomon's plan and sends his apprentice Auron to intervene. Auron is befriended by the elf Squall, who has great powers. Together they encounter many treacherous foes intent on preventing them from their mission. Dark times threaten to consume their home of Lokan. All hope resides in the skills of a young Spell-caster.
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