Now try and say that that three times fast! I dare you!
The Legends of Mernac is all about fantasy. High Fantasy, mythological fantasy, erotic fantasy, steampunk fantasy… or just about any flavor of fantasy you may be into.
In the last week three new chapters from three different authors were published to this world building site.
The Blind Eye is chapeter two from our newest author Jarvis in his book There Are Many Among Us. Set in the Age of Roadius which is the “steampunk” sub-genre of Mernac;s cuisine of fine fantasy fiction, this compelling story begins to unfold how things may not always seem as they appear on Mernac. Though to the casual reader this may not be immediately apparent, the Victorian’ish chapter sets the stage for unusual perspectives on life, history and the gods of Mernac. I give it a definite thumbs up and strongly suggest all read this tale and follow the fore coming chapters.
The Dark Lords Dilemma by Elsen is the sixth chapter in the book The Croth Rebellion. Set very early in Mernac history this chapter and book are set in one of the Mythological Fantasy “Ages” of Mernac’s History. Besides being extremely entertaining, this chapter does and excellent job showing us some on the Lore associated with Father Elsen (God of Ethereal Elements) , his disciples and the Ethereal Masters. Elsen, the author is one of Mernac’s most accomplished authors and this work like all preceding chapters is excellent.
Grumby, the lovable Dwarf Scribe returns to us in A question for the Scribe by Siberlee. This is chapter 14 in the series of books collectively called, The Book of Grumby. Set in the high-fantasy age in Mernac’s history this chapter sets the scene to the introduction of Arumbus Talimar, a wood elf who is destined to become the leader of “The Champions of Mernac”. As with all chapters told from Grumby’s perspective, it is fun light and quite entertaining.