WolfytheWarlock, The Reader
Hey there :D
I'm a student working on a major in computer engineering with a minor in military science. I voraciously read science fiction and fantasy novels, and can wholeheartedly recommend Patrick Rothfuss's Kingkiller Chronicle series as my absolute favorite. I am not a horribly decent writer but it passes the time inbetween PT and my studies so... fun.
Far away from the Arethi Empire is an island of magic and mechanics. Spires of glass and stone twirl in the sky, clockwork towers spin wildly. When the might of dragons meets mechanics, when a traitor to the empire appears poised to destroy all the Arethi have created, how will the gears turn?
Another newbie learning the editing system.
Phage is a member of the Claw, an elite group created to hunt targets of high value and, more dangerous, Pureblood Dragons themselves. He also lives a life behind the highly political scenes of the Dravani Empire as the Purebreed Alystra's consort.
in a land of nobility and gluttony, Phage was cast out from their ranks. The former military officer and bloodblessed prince returns after years of travel with a strange iron coin, its face a ghastly dragon, blackened as if burned.
Do those in power write the rules? It seems like they do to Phage Gae, until he meets Alyzora and sees the sky from a seat of scales.
After centuries of war with their neighbors, the Varathi Republic, an empire of islands is finally at peace. A party lurks unseen, influencing the Republics Council of Ten. Do you lead them to peace forever, or break Republics back?
When I was young but old of mind, I thought I saw dragons that could not fly.