The Revenge of the Dwarves
although hailed a hero through his humans, the process existence has no longer run gentle for the battle-weary Tungdil the dwarf. yet there's no leisure for this warrior but - as he needs to now locate the power to stand the main ambitious enemy the dominion has ever encountered . . .
A new evil has risen from the depths of the earth to terrorize the land of Girdlegard. giant creatures - half-orc, half-älfar - are roaming the dominion, leaving a path of demise and destruction of their wake. those cruel hybrids are on a venture to acquire the main robust weapon identified to the dwarf race - and whoever holds this weapon will keep watch over the world.
Then while the fossilized Magus Lot-Ionan is stolen, Tungdil spies overall catastrophe at the horizon. With the very life of the dwarves less than danger, he'll need to lodge to his trusty double ax and danger every little thing he is familiar with to avoid wasting his kingdom from annihilation . . .
Hold your breath for THE REVENGE OF THE DWARVES, the following exciting installment during this remarkable myth epic from overseas bestselling writer Markus Heitz
Had stumbled on a mystery headquarters of the thirdlings. not anyone could ever examine dwarves voluntarily residing on an island, not to mention person who may sink all the way down to the ground of Weyurn’s lake. And their captives had no likelihood to flee. To Rodario’s horror, Bandilor all started up the stairs. irrespective of the place he regarded, he may see no strategy to steer clear of being obvious. He bought part upright, able to move slowly again into the passage, yet Bandilor noticed him. “Unbelievable! It’s that crummy actor, isn’t it?” The dwarf took.
trip and scuffling with had taken every thing out of him. And his empty eye socket was once burning like red-hot coals. After Sirka had distributed a dose of pain-killing powder, he dozed. The fog frightened him prior to he fell asleep: it was once enjoying methods. It seemed as if the executioner Bramdal used to be status at the quay. Girdlegard, Queendom of Weyurn, Twenty Miles Northeast of Mifurdania, past due summer time, 6241st sun Cycle The fog refused to raise. to the contrary, it appeared willing to guard the.
Them if I’m now not again on time.” “Did you kill this man?” Rodario picked up the gleaming steel and held it within the man’s face. His eyes widened in worry. “Who despatched you and the place is Lambus?” the fellow used to be trembling like a fish on a hook. “I don’t be aware of. Ilgar did it as the boy refused to return alongside and he threatened to betray us.” every one resolution introduced extra questions in its wake. “Get the tale out, outdated guy, or I swear—by Samusin—I’ll positioned out your eyes with this iron.” Rodario threatened the fellow.
ahead to welcome him. “King Gandogar.” Tungdil fell on one knee and reached for the ax known as Keenfire to proffer to the king within the widely used dwarven greeting. This was once the silent renewal of the vow, pledging one’s lifestyles for the sake of all dwarves and for Girdlegard. Gandogar stopped him with a gesture. “No, Tungdil Goldhand. don't kneel to me. allow me shake your hand. you're our best hero. Your deeds are past degree. it may be I who—” Tungdil rose to his toes, greedy the.
Mast. It was once tricky yet he controlled it. now not having a seaman’s education, he was once now not doing rather well approximately retaining to a direction. The barge disappeared at the back of the cliffs of an island and it took him your time to get his borrowed boat to head within the comparable course. sooner than rounding the rocks he heard a splashing, hissing, gurgling noise, as though a red-hot shooting-star had fallen from heaven into the waters. the outside of the lake used to be very tough; small waves rolled over the bow of the boat,.