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The Eye of Aceribus begins in the second age of a world forged by godly queens. The Queens have long since been deceased, but they left behind aggravated descendants, mysterious entities, and a slew of powerful artifacts. The races they left to fend for themselves are no strangers to magic, but using a spell is no small burden. Once a spell is cast its arcane glyph is bran The Eye of Aceribus begins in the second age of a world forged by godly queens. The Queens have long since been deceased, but they left behind aggravated descendants, mysterious entities, and a slew of powerful artifacts. The races they left to fend for themselves are no strangers to magic, but using a spell is no small burden. Once a spell is cast its arcane glyph is branded to the user forever; never to be overridden by another spell. In the world of Siaachi, Fausen is a nineteen year old hot shot who has always found life easy. He is a reputable scholar, a renowned combatant, a natural charmer, and the bearer of a rare fire spell; but when a dazzling artifact from the past surfaces in an ill prepared present, Fausen finds himself on the other side of the line. It brings on a cascade of pain and misery, beginning with a raid on the city, leading to his fathers capture, and ending with him in a new place in the presence of three unordinary mercenaries that habitual leave Fausen in the dark. The artifact proves to be the common denominator in everyone’s interests, so for Fausen to get his life back he must learn to play his part in the grand scheme with his new mystery companions. The driving force may be to save his father, but when stories of old unfold, he finds it may be a broader audience that is seeking him as a savior. Fausen can either embrace fate and mature in a hurry, or allow the hopes of many crumble under the weight of his failures.


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The Eye of Aceribus begins in the second age of a world forged by godly queens. The Queens have long since been deceased, but they left behind aggravated descendants, mysterious entities, and a slew of powerful artifacts. The races they left to fend for themselves are no strangers to magic, but using a spell is no small burden. Once a spell is cast its arcane glyph is bran The Eye of Aceribus begins in the second age of a world forged by godly queens. The Queens have long since been deceased, but they left behind aggravated descendants, mysterious entities, and a slew of powerful artifacts. The races they left to fend for themselves are no strangers to magic, but using a spell is no small burden. Once a spell is cast its arcane glyph is branded to the user forever; never to be overridden by another spell. In the world of Siaachi, Fausen is a nineteen year old hot shot who has always found life easy. He is a reputable scholar, a renowned combatant, a natural charmer, and the bearer of a rare fire spell; but when a dazzling artifact from the past surfaces in an ill prepared present, Fausen finds himself on the other side of the line. It brings on a cascade of pain and misery, beginning with a raid on the city, leading to his fathers capture, and ending with him in a new place in the presence of three unordinary mercenaries that habitual leave Fausen in the dark. The artifact proves to be the common denominator in everyone’s interests, so for Fausen to get his life back he must learn to play his part in the grand scheme with his new mystery companions. The driving force may be to save his father, but when stories of old unfold, he finds it may be a broader audience that is seeking him as a savior. Fausen can either embrace fate and mature in a hurry, or allow the hopes of many crumble under the weight of his failures.

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