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Hollideus I: Year of Dragons is the first in the Hollideus project's novel series. The novel has yet to be completed, and is still in a very early state, being worked on by voluntary members from the Hollideus team - the writers making sure to improve the contents of the 20 chapters in no particular order, while the artists add artwork to match the events happening in the story, as well as contributing with concept artwork of the featured characters, locations and objects.

Hollideus I: Year of Dragons is split up in 20 chapters, constantly switching between different sub-plots with different groups of characters, which are all connected somehow. The goal for the overall novel is for it to be both action-packed, humorous, dramatic and purely epic, with a detailed and informative writing and related quality art! And of course it must make sense in the bigger picture, with the other novels.

Hollideus I: Year of Dragons is not based directly upon any of the Kaelicious events, but is purely made up for the Hollideus universe and explains how the story leads up to what happens in later novels. The novel focuses on the Mordan inhabitants' preparations of the great New Year Festival, the Cranda lords' attempt to awaken the great spirit of fire, to gain the Dragon Talisman of Fire. The Paladin Master and his apprentice, Paillan, goes to rescue the Grepett-slaves. Meanwhile, a war between the Wise-Horn Ministaurs and the Kardos Walrorcs rage on.


Chapter I ~ The VisionEdit

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The beautiful early sun rays shone upon the lands of Mordan, bathing the peak of the calm volcano in its center in a layer of red light. Everything from the towering islands off the northern coast, to the coves bordering the sea to the east, to the vast hilly grassfields in the south all seemed so peaceful and quiet at this moment. The daily routine of the wildlife begun, spreading a wide variety of sounds across the four regions that Mordan had long ago been split equally up to due to history's scarring conflicts. Those times of war were long gone and on this day the landscape itself seemed to rejoice in the sun's warm embrace. Even the clouds high above Mordan had paced down to a relaxing state.

Except for one - a single unnatural enchanted cloud moved across the sky oddly faster than the others, and in a different direction too. Atop this mysterious cloud stood a grand marble palace consisting entirely of pure gray colors. This was the chosen home of one of the Vei - an agelss magical being who once helped piece together the world and the life to populate it. All the Vei had long ago decided to hide away from the peoples of the world, letting time and destiny unfold itself without their interference. They had agreed on only speaking to the few destinied mortals who came to posess specific magical artifacts. Those mortals would become known as Idols among the people, and each Idol came to posess immense powers, while rightfully claiming to speak for the Vei. Most others faithfully believed in the Vei despite never having seen proof of their existance, and inserted the powerful Idols as leaders of their various states, while in other places the faith had since turned to mere myths and folktales.

This Vei only spoke to his Idol indirectly through messages, even though he was particularly fond of all the mortal creatures and enjoyed observing them from his home in the sky. He tirelessly recorded down all of their history in the endless Book of Destiny, upholding his duty as the Vei of the world's destiny, all of its history, and the sacred winds of time itself. Like his divine collegues he was known by many different names in the mortal tongue - his real one was Veio Chranuaris.

On this fine morning Veio Chranuaris slowly opened up the glass door to his windy balcony, with a calender below one arm and careful not to spill any of his brimming cup of coffee which he held in the other. He was dressed in a beautifully decorated silk robe, as gray and pure as the rest of its surroundings. The wind got silent around him as he stepped in a straigth line towards the giant infinitely streaming hourglass on the balcony's edge. Other than a mere counter of time, the hourglass' second function was to be a strong pillar faithfully holding the upper reaches of the palace from falling down upon the old Vei and his balcony. When he had finally gotten all the way to the edge he carefully placed the cup on the piedestal before the hourglass, and grabbed the calender in both hands. The calender was made by mortals, featuring artwork of bikini-clad young women from twelve different races.

His tired and wrinkled gray face lighted up when he noticed the artwork for the month they were about to enter. It depicted a young Grepett lady - she belonged to a race Veio Chanuaris had shaped in the ancient past himself. The appearance of winged sheep wasn't a popular choice among the other Vei when he first created them, luckily natural evolution clearly had made them prettier than he could ever had done. Grepett models were usually the motive for January as their peaceful people were lone hosts of the grand New Year Festivals for hundreds of centuries. This lasted only until the Cranda Empire's invasion of Mordan resulted in the enslavement of the Grepett people, only one and a half century ago. Back then Veio Chanuaris was forced to do nothing but watch as his creations ended up as minions to the Cranda lords, but fortunately the passing of time also changed the two races' relation to a more equal peaceful sort, in some parts of Mordan at least. The Grepett people's last wish was also honored - to continue the New Year festivities, although now in the Cranda's ways.

That reminded the old Vei that the beginning of a new year also brought a little, but important job for him - the naming of the new year. He took a long-waited sip of his coffee and put down the calender the only place it could be on the piedestal - on top of the Book of Destiny. Veio Chranuaris then placed a hand upon the glass before him, the magic emerging from his palm searching for a single, very special grain of sand in the hourglass. There it was, surrounded by a magical glow - the only one to fall through at the exact second the new year had begun a few hours back. This single grain of sand held the very destiny for the whole year to come, and it would serve to properly name the year. He wondered what was in store - especially for the people of Mordan, with their recent economic crisis. The Vei pulled his hand backwards slowly, pulling out the grain of sand through the glass, letting it levitate through the air for a while and finally land carefully in his palm.

He was shocked when he received its vision! He had not expected the world's history to reach this drastic phase so soon, but now was not the time to wonder about it. He sent the grain of sand flying off the edge of his balcony, sending it towards the January Idol. As he watched the winds of time carry the grain of sand across the lands of Mordan, he wondered if he should consult the other Vei about what he had just witnessed or if he should just let destiny unfold itself. He took another sip of the coffee to calm his mind and headed indoors.

At first the grain of sand fell directly down from Veio Chranuaris' cloud-palace towards the southernmost end of Mordan, altough that was far from its final destination. It had its own life and would obviously reach the goal eventually, as it had been instructed, but a little detour wouldn't hurt. It fell towards the river that made the border to the rest of the world. A zeppelin was parked at a strange-looking tower guarding the border from both sides.

"What do you mean you have to check our storage, fishy? I was personally invited here by Lord Xol'vei!" the owner of the zeppelin said to the two guardians. He was a chubby man with fungi growing from his backhead and the lower half of his body like a spider's. He was being questioned by two fish-like guardians on the tower. Nobody seemed to notice the bypassing grain of sand, except one of the fungi-man's henchmen, a tall magician of some sort with a sinister facial expression. He only sensed its presence, but had neither the time nor the powers to read its message. So the grain of sand continued its journey to the north, passing the many farms, fields and the single palace of the grasslands, then a fortress by the foot of the great volcano, and finally reached the magnificent cliffs at the northernmost section of Mordan. Here lied the castle of Lord Kam'ger, one of Mordan's four Cranda Lords and the Idol that the grain of sand was seeking.

It landed quietly on his windowsill of cold stone. Lord Kam'ger sat closely by, waiting patiently for its arrival. The old Cranda, which had been granted the power of immortality by the enchanted shoulderpads he wore, rose up from his uncomfortable chair and grabbed the tiny grain with his sharp black nails, and lifted it up to his sleepless angry face. His perfectly round black eyes turned glowing grey as he received the realistic vision.

The view over the landscape outside of the window slowly changed for the Lord, and creatures approached his castle from the horizon, flying. The closer they got the more intrigued he grew, until they started breathing beams of various elements upon the buildings in his kingdom, which were leveled incredibly fast. They discovered Kam'ger and his castle, and the dragons all charged towards the lord. He shivered with fear and excitement as his home was destroyed, and he fell to his death.

The Cranda Lord woke up from the horrifying vision, his heartbeat and fast breath reminding him that it was not real. He sat up against the hard stone wall, and slowly started grinning to himself.

"It's the-, it's the-... It's the Year of Dragons!" Kam'ger said excited with a sinister glimpse in his eyes.

"Tian-Mong!" the Lord called, still sitting on the floor. His humble servant entered his quarters only a few seconds later.

"Fetch me some paper! And ready the ravens to the other Lords" Kam'ger ordered, and the servant bowed before hurrying back out of the room...

Change:

  • Remove the concept of Idols and their artifacts. Let their powers be dependent on the dragon talismans. It's simpler. It's better.

Chapter II ~ Edit

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The recently coronated Cranda Lord of the Volcano Castle angrily watches a gladiator battle. One of his own teams, with the Berserker-Grepett fight against Pyvir Gramrobb's team. The Berserker-Grepett pwns the enemies until Pyvir follows his advisor Larxacus' advice and forfeits. Pyvir pays the winning price, and proceeds to express his impression of the Berserker-Grepett's powers and asks if he is available for sail, Pyvir's got money, but the Cranda Lord is not interested. A goblin representing the official Easter Games is also present, discussing with the Volcano Lord the possibilities of saving the nation's economy by building a great arena and start hosting Easter Games. The Lord is interested in the offer, and tells the Goblin to stay around for a few more weeks with Pyvir, watching the New Year Festival. He then leaves the room instead entering his personal quarters. He is interrupted by an uninvited guest, not introducing himself. Veor Jounkrust: "Condolensces to your father...", King: "How did you get in here? Guards, get him out!". The God melts the doors together, and walks towards the king. King: "Who are you?" (slightly scared), and Veor Jounkrust takes off his hood. Veor Jounkrust: "Someone you shouldn't tell othes about! The real question, son, is who are you? A CONQUORER, or a puny twig like your father? .. hiding from the world in his little hut.. ". King: "My father was a fool!", Veor Jounkrust: "He thought you the same. Show me you are the right owner of the Blade of the Sun" The God takes off his cloak, revealing a map on its inside. A map of Hollideus, covered by an odd star shaped symbol, showing the locations of the sacred talismans. After the God of Fire left, a bird arrives with Kam'ger's message.

Chapter III ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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In Lord Daiston's peaceful and calm land young Aeria is outside of the Lord's palace, fetching something for the kitchen, watching as her cousin and the Lord's son, Cheng, return with their Battle Trainer from a fun hunting trip to the Bird-men's home, bragging on the way how they took out 3 of them! Aeria, angry that she can't go with them on such trips, return to the kitchen to work with her uncle Gyros. Aeria reveals that her father has been teaching her a little wind magic, and that she much rather would be a battle-sorceress than a maiden, which Gyros just laughs off. Gyros then leave to serve a meal for the lord personally, while Aeria is sent outside to retrieve more ingredients. Gyros meet up with the Lord, and is invited to share a drink while watching their sons (Jilos & Cheng) having a history class, currently going through sources from the old war with Crandas/Grepetts vs Humans/Water-people. Their teacher is Gyros' brother Aelas, a humble and wise Grepett historian and Aeromancer. Outside, Aeria gets a vision about the land burning and soldiers fighting to their deaths beside her, and a light coming from the south. Shocked, she runs inside to warn her uncle, screaming on the way and runs into the Cranda Lord. "Don't be scared girl, I'm not as dangerous as I look - tell me what happened". She tells them of the strange vision, and the Lord takes it very serious despite Gyros telling him about young Aeromancers often being incapable of reading the winds right. That is when a messenger bird arrives with Kam'ger's message for Daiston.

Gyro and his family work at Lord Daiston's peaceful and calm land. Gyro serves the lord personally at the house, supplying him with all the alcohol he want. Gyro's bartender skills are revealed, while their sons (Jilo & Cheng) play together - they say a replique or act someway, that can repeat itself in the very dramatic end of the story. Inside, old Daiston is observing the boys through a window. Lord Daiston explains to his old house slave that he considers him his closest friend and that he will speak to the three other Lords at the upcoming meeting - trying to remove slavery of the Grepett race. A messenger arrives, requesting Daiston attending a meeting in a few days at the neighbor castle.

Chapter IV ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Veio Chranuaris, Vei of Fire and Vei of Stone meet up in the Timeless Castle. Resulting in a quarrel between Fire and Stone - which again, leads to both sides openly declaring war against each other, using the forbidden dragon talismans.

Veio Chranuaris, Veio Jounkrust and Veio Margreon meet up in the Timeless Castle. Resulting in a quarrel between Fire and Earth - which again, leads to both sides openly declaring war against each other, using the forbidden dragon talismans.

Chapter V ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The Paladin Master is visited by an Angel messenger in his dreams, telling him that everyone he knows are now entering a life-changing year! PM: "To the better or worse?", Angel: "Not even the Mother of Light can tell, but you must travel to the land of Mordan, now! And bring soldiers - the light needs you, innocent lives are to end in horrifying ways". He wakes up, calls Paillan, and they leave the chapel. In the garden they meet the Paladin Master's daughter, Leila, and Paillan's obvious love for her is revealed. The Paladin Master tell his daughter that she must attend the Nort Frandis Council Meeting in his place, if he does not return shortly. The Master and his apprentice get to the nearby port, and wake up a Goblin ferryman, offering a great amount of money to sail before time to the Mountain City.

The Paladin Master is visited by an Angel messenger in his dreams, telling him that everyone he knows are now entering a life-changing year! PM: "To the better or worse?", Angel: "Not even the Father of Light can tell, but you must travel to the land of Mordan, now! And bring soldiers - the light needs you, innocent lives are to end in horrifying ways". He wakes up, calls Paillan, and they go to the little local port town, bribing a bunnycat ferry captain to wake up his crew (sons and daughters) and sail before time to the Mountain City.

The Paladin Master, Paillan, the bunny-cat captain and his crew sails south through the seas. They cross into Furate territory, and is attacked. The bad relationship between the nations and races is explained.

Chapter VI ~ Cats in the BackEdit

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This late night the canyon was full of life. A cat-people band consisting of Juno, Kyo and Drum plays a concert in the Wise-Horn capital for a small crowd - using orange crystals on their instruments to enchant the sound waves. Wise-Horn Chieftain, his son Go'an Wise-Horn and his brother are watching the concert, clearly unimpressed by the strange modern music genre. More impressed, however, is the chieftain's human guests - Vincent of Nort Frandis, and his companion Ryan McDonald - who are there on a diplomatic mission (and on a personal trade mission, trading water supplies for thannalis and coffee). They are smoking thannalis together, and at the end Vincent asks where to find the backstage. Meanwhile Juno and the others sit in their van, complaining about the lousy payment and small crowd. Vincent knocks on the door, and is turned away at first, but once they realize he is the Culture Minister of Nort Frandis they welcome him inside. He praises their music and offers them to take a tour in the human cities. Vincent: "We're leaving tomorrow morning, join up if you're up for it". Juno: "Deal!". Ryan: "But Vi, we still need to go to visit the orcs!". Vincent: "Told you not to call me Vi! Also, those guys will just attack us, and time is running out, we need to go back". Kyo: "We still need to prepare for the voyage. You should enjoy this 2 more days you said you wanted to stay here". "FINE..." Vincent mutters "We will stay here two more days. But I don't want any complains Ryan!". "None what so ever my friend!" Ryan replies happy. Drum: "Well, I will go to buy some stuff, se ya!" he leaves. Juno: "It's late kyo, let's rest a bit, see you guys later!". Vincent: "It was a pleasure to make business with you, see you soon!" Vincent and Ryan leave. "See you guys!" Kyo says.

Left alone, the two cats look at each other for a while, until Juno says: "Wanna go see the stars?". Kyo: "No, I have other plans...". Kyo starts too undress, much to Juno's surprise. Kyo: "Is there something too matter?". Juno: "No no no no! I just... I... ummm...". Kyo: "Shhhh... let me get your voice out for you...". The two cats start kissing "we haven't done this in a while have we?". Juno: "N-No, we haven't...". Kyo laughs "I see you have forgot how it is, let my enlightened you...". Kyo removes Juno's clothes. The two cats show the love they have for each other the whole night.

Include:

  • Mountain People's bureaucratic trading laws - their communistic government-controlled economy.

Chapter VII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Vincent, Ryan McDonald and co. visits the home of the Wise-Horn tribe, trading food supplies for thannalis. His female animal makes love to one of the Wise-Horn animals, and gets pregnant - much to Vincent's irritation. The God of Stone reveal the secret of the Stone Dragon Talisman, and old Wise-Horn sends his brother to retrieve it. Vincent and co. goes to Thylleon (and his assistant) at the Brightwing Tower and leave towards the Mountain City.

In the Wise-Horn Village, Veio Margreon reveal the secret of the Stone Dragon Talisman to the Wise-Horn Chieftain, and old Wise-Horn sends his brother Veljko to retrieve it.

Vincent, Ryan McDonald and Juno's band travel through the marshlands, heading for Brightwing Tower. They encounter some Walrorks - Am'ar's squad, heading west for a battle with another Walrork Clan. Vincent and co. successfully avoids the hostile barbarians, and arrive at Brightwing Tower, where they are greeted by Thylleon the Guardian, and his assistant. They fly up the cliff, and land at the water-people's tower. Then they enter the town of Iskael, and Vincent makes a deal about Juno's band touring the three wall cities, first the Mountain City, then Luithen and finally Iskael. So they head west across the wall.

The Walrorks - delete the idea of them being a seperate race and just make them blackskinned humans.

Chapter VIII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Lord Daiston arrives at the Volcano Lord's castle, seeing Dai Quong is already there. They discuss the upcoming festival, and the slave-law. Then comes Kam'ger: "What's the meaning of this - there are still 2 weeks 'till the festival...". The Volcano Lord reveals the painting of the talismans. Kam'ger and Dai Quong agrees to sacrifice 100 slaves each at the festival in order to summon forth a great spirit of fire that guards the talisman.

Lord Daiston arrives at Kam'ger's castle, seeing the Volcano Lord is already there. They discuss the upcoming festival, the Easter Games and the slave-law. Then comes Lord Dai-Quong: "What's the meaning of this - there are still 2 weeks 'till the festival...". Kam'ger tell of his vision, and that this year is the Year of Dragons, and according to old legends this year will change everything. The Volcano Lord then reveals the map over the dragon talismans, but the others are sceptical - therefore it is decided that some of them go to the Grepett Islands, finding the Time Dragon Talisman - and if it really exists they will then claim the Fire talisman during the festival. Lord Daiston rejects the proposal, but everyone else agrees.

They also discuss ressources used to making powder for the festival. Dai Quong is harvesting potassium nitrate from the sea floor, Kam'ger is producing charcoal by heating up trees and manipulating wind, Xol'vei is collecting sulphur from the mines near the volcano - and Daiston is feeding all of them.

Pyvir and Larxacus has a dialogue with the Goblin of the Easter Games about the defeat to the Berserker Grepett's fury, and the effect on Pyvir's overall score. Pyvir secretly goes to the Berserker Grepett's prison cell, telling him of possibilities as a star in the big Easter Games, and that he'd even bust him out if he promised to join Pyvir's team. The Berserker Grepett brushes it off, not wanting to trade one evil master for another. However, when Pyvir has left, Larxacus convinces him - because of his independant motives.

Also, Pyvir bought a fancy native bird.

Chapter IX ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The Paladin Master and Paillan's journey on the sea comes to an end, and they arrive in the Mountain City, first meeting Vincent, Ryan McDonald and co. who is surprised and suspicious by the Paladin's presence - so Vincent secretly follows them. Paladin Master meet up with Alexandros, and get the Warriors of Light to join his quest, and walk the secret passage below the wall. Alexandros comments on Paillan's bad behavior.

The Paladin Master and Paillan's journey on the sea comes to an end, and they arrive in the Mountain City, first meeting Vincent, Ryan McDonald and Juno's band, preparing to play at the market place. Vincent is surprised and suspicious by the Paladin's presence - so Vincent secretly follows them. Paladin Master meet up with Alexandros, and get the Warriors of Light to join his quest, and from the temple of light they walk a secret passage to a small island with a boat. Alexandros comments on Paillan's bad behavior, as they take off into the ocean, illegaly and unknown to the Mountain City Mayor.

Chapter X ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Lord Daiston arrive at home. Frustrated by the Volcano Lord's orders, he tells Cheng not to play with Jilo anymore. With bad conscience, he picks out Grepett slaves to be sacrificed at the festival.

Or maybe: He wanted proof of the talismans and joined the following hunt:

Kam'ger, Dai Quong and Xol'vei team up to get to the Grepett Islands, and find the Time Dragon Talisman, guarded by a powerful spirit of Time. They sail there in Dai-Quong's ship, defeat the spirit and Kam'ger keeps the talisman, and in turn promises to help Xol'vei get the Fire talisman.

Chapter XI ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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A party of Wise-Horns arrive at the swamp ruin, battling the spirit of Earth and gets the talisman. However, Am'ar Kardos and members of his clan ambush the Minitaurs, kill them and steal the dragon talisman.

A party of Wise-Horns lead by Veljko Wise-Horn walk through the rocky landscape, keeping their eyes wary for Walrork attacks, as a hostile clan lives nearby - and it is in open war with the other clans, including the Kardos Clan. They arrive at the old temple ruin, battling the spirit of Earth and gets the talisman. However, Am'ar Kardos and members of his clan ambush the Minitaurs, kill them and steal the dragon talisman. Am'ar explains that it is his father's birthday soon, and the talisman would make an excellent gift.

Chapter XII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The Paladin Master and co. arrive at Mordan, sees the cliff where the Orcs can't get up. They venture north despite the old pact not to trespass the Cranda lands. They get to Lord Daiston's land.

The Paladin Master and sail all the way to Mordan, crossing the forbidden ocean border. Paillan is tutored by the Paladin Master about the ancient pact between humans, Water-people and the Cranda Lords. However, they are captured with some water-bubble magic and lead to the bridge tower with the water-twins in charge of keeping the factions apart. They try to figure out a way to get through, but the twins insist that they should wait patiently for the mayors of the different factions to make a decision.

Chapter XIII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The festival begins, and the four Cranda Lords meet up. Lord Daiston goes against the orders of the Volcano Lord, and reveals the Paladins in his back, who tries fight them, but Daiston is killed by his enemies, the Volcano Lord, Dai Quong and Kam'ger.

The festival begins, and the four Cranda Lords meet up, along with Pyvir, Larxacus and the Goblin. Lord Daiston goes against the orders of the Volcano Lord, and reveals the Paladins in his back, and the armed Grepetts who tries fight them, but Daiston is killed by the demonified Grepett berserker, even though he was trying to save their kind. The Volcano Lord, Dai Quong and Kam'ger carries on with the preparations, even though they fight Daiston's forces.

Chapter XIV ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Am'ar Kardos is home, delivering the Stone Dragon Talisman to his father, who decides to take his war to the north too instead of continuing it in the Southern continent, because the Cranda's welfare will change everything for the orc clan.

Am'ar Kardos is home, delivering the Stone Dragon Talisman to his father, who finds a use for its powers, and decides to take his war to the north too instead of continuing it in the Southern continent, because their family has an old score to settle with the Cranda leaders.

Chapter XV ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The King, Vincent, Antonio, Kari, Loch Kael Harbor-dude takes part in the Council Meeting in Nort Frandis council Tower. Lizzie is there, on the Paladin Master's behalf. Vincent reveals the plans of the Paladin Master, to Lizzie's surprise, and the council decide to act, as his actions might result in a catastrophical long war.

The King, Vincent, Antonio, Kari, Loch Kael Harbor-dude, and Military Minister Talban takes part in the Council Meeting in Nort Frandis council Tower. Leila is there, on the Paladin Master's behalf. Vincent reveals the plans of the Paladin Master, to Leila's surprise, and the council decide to act, as his actions might result in another catastrophical long war with the Crandas. The Press is of course also there, writing news for their upcoming newspaper.

Chapter XVI ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Jilo is killed, after he and Cheng succeed in saving almost all the other slaves. The replique from chapter 3 is re-used. The Volcano erupts and the Spirit of Fire reveals itself, giving Cheng the talisman of Fire. Much to the irritation of the Idol of January, the Volcano Lord who pushes the attack all the way south across Daiston's territory in Mordan. The Paladin Master retreats with his forces along with the rescued refugees.

Jilos and Cheng succeed in saving almost all the other slaves, but Jilos and a group of other slaves are captured once again and put into a giant rocket to explode above the volcano. Cheng jumps to the rescue, boarding the rocket and tears it open as it flies off, letting the slaves escape - Jilos carries Cheng out from it - The replique from chapter 11 is re-used. The Volcano erupts and the Spirit of Fire reveals itself, first attacking Cheng and Jilos right above the volcano, swallowing them whole. However, Cheng slices up it's neck from the inside, rescuing himself and gaining the talisman of fire, but Jilos didn't make it. The Paladin Master carries the fainted Cranda boy away, much to the irritation of the Idol of January, the Volcano Lord who pushes the attack all the way south across Daiston's territory in Mordan, with his berserker Grepett and the other Cranda lords. The Paladin Master retreats with his forces along with the rescued refugees.

Chapter XVII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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The Volcano Lord is killed somehow, and Kam'ger takes over the gloves which makes him the Idol of January.

The humans reach the water-dude at the bridge, and it is revealed that the Paladin Master was allowed passage by Lord Daiston himelf. The water-dude is terrified to see the army approaching, knowing he cannot uphold his duty anymore. The Volcano Lord is killed somehow - but first he makes a deal with Larxacus, and Kam'ger takes over the blade which makes him the Idol of January. Now he is Idol of two months. Kam'ger orders the invasion to stop, knowing they will invade in June instead.

Chapter XVIII ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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When they are almost back in safety, the Kardos Clan attacks from the other side. Am'ar's father had gotten access to Mordan with the power of the stone talisman. Finally, the King's army come to save them all.

When they are almost back in safety, the Kardos Clan attacks from the other side, destroying the water tower. Am'ar's father had gotten access to Mordan with the power of the stone talisman. Finally, the King's army come to save them all. The Paladin Master, Alexandros, Paillan, Cheng and the devastated Gyro escapes back across the wall, when the King's forces + Vincent, Antonio and the wizards from Iskael come to rescue them from the Kardos attack. The refugees are welcomed into the Mountain City by Juno's concert - happy ending. The Paladin Master speaks with angel, and gives the chance for Gyros and Cheng to spend one last night with the spirits of Jilos and Lord Daiston. The Paladin Master recieves a scolding from the King, as well as a praise for his bravery. The Paladin Master adopts Cheng. The King is interviewed by the Press and promises to find temporary homes for the freed slaves.

Chapter XIX ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Second latest chapter: Paladin Master, Alexandros, Paillan, Cheng and the devastated Gyro escapes back across the wall, when the King's forces + Vincent, Antonio and the wizards from Iskael come to rescue them from the Kardos attack. The Paladin Master speaks with angel, and gives the chance for Gyro and Cheng to spend one last night with the spirit of Jilo. The Paladin Master recieves a scolding from the King, as well as a praise for his bravery. He adopts Cheng. The King promises to find temporary homes for the freed slaves.

Chapter XX ~ Give Me A NameEdit

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Viu Laehon rounds it all up in his book of history.