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Legend of the Dark Sorcerer CHAPTER 3"Now, if you want to make one of these creatures, you're going to need something with life." Amaryllis instructed slowly.
She pulled out an egg; it had a white, glossy shell. "Within this is prenatal animus, our root for life." She placed it on the table.
"Inside it, is life ready to be born. We are going to be customizing this life to our advantage." The feline pulled out her book and grabbed a phial full of deep orange fluid.
"With this ignis remedy, it shall have the ability to use flames not only as a power but also for life force.”
Amaryllis unzipped a bag full of fur from an unknown creature and emptied the contents on the table.
Lupus couldn't help but notice how she organized them on a grid on the table. Amaryllis opened up her pouch and dug around in it for a while, her paw pulled out a short wooden stick. It glowed as she pointed the wand towards the desk with all the ingredients on it.
“Now I’m going to merge these together with this hand staff of craftsman
Legend of the Dark Sorcerer CHAPTER 2 The next day, as Lupus was taking a stroll outside. His back was hunched and he had a depressed look on his face as usual when suddenly, he heard someone yell off in a distance;
“Hey! It’s that elf boy who saved our new generation Thaumaturge!”
Then, there was cheering; Lupus straightened his back upright and a smile came onto his face. But how could they distinguish him from in the darkness? So many questions he was wondering but he was still thankful for the incident.
He passed by Amarylis, who glared at him; he noticed but ignored her. Moments later, he bumped into the feline’s father, who just happened to be carrying groceries from a nearby trade center. The bags fell out of his arms and spilled onto the ground.
“I’m so sorry, here let me help,” he scrambled to help pick up the groceries along with his belongings.
The praecelis chuckled, “That's alrigh
Legend of the Dark Sorcerer INTROBefore all this, there was a prophecy that the great Thaumaturge's future child and an unsuspecting hero will fight off an evil that will eventually attack the village. About a year later, they had a daughter named "Amaryllis" but the father's wife left him. She was trained by her father since she was five years of age and at the eighth year of life, they picked out an apprentice for her.
They picked the ruler's son, who helped her guard the village.
After years of this, the boy got so frustrated from his job he left the village forever. Who knows where he went, but years later they did attack. The empire was now crumbling, and every night the darkness monsters would attack, more than before the prince left. And now, on the black-lit moon, the village is in chaos.
Legend of the Dark Sorcerer CHAPTER 1 Terrenum Village was in peril that night by the black-lit moon; creatures of the darkness were taking over and the walls were being consumed by them.
"Curse it! They outmatch our spells! What do we do?!" One Elite praecelis screamed to another.
"Quit yelling at me and fight!"
The other one started using all its magic it could possibly juice out; alas, he was practically squeezed to a pulp from battle.
Lupus was running for his life from dark fire balls being thrown at him. He regretted bringing his backpack along with him for it slowed him down and made his back ache. No matter, he put away a flashlight he was using to keep it safe.
Crud! They're catching up! He thought as he fled for shelter. No, no one would shelter him for he was of the lower class scum.
Amaryllis, however, was prohibited from leaving shelter while the monsters were
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