In Greek mythology, Charon is the name of the ferryman who crosses the River Styx, delivering the Dead from the land of the Living to the Underworld. In the case of Demacharon, his name could not be more fitting. I introduced Demacharon in Ages of Aenya, and became unexpectedly invested in his story. Intended as... Continue Reading →
Greetings, Aenya fans!!! I am back with another super-exciting update . . . OK, let's be honest, I am not getting a ton of followers here, and it's not hard to see why. I can't compete with the billion-dollar algorithms put out by Facebook, Instagram, TickTok, etc., or whatever new thing will be turning kids... Continue Reading →
What more do I need to say? I love Harry Potter and Dungeons & Dragons. A campaign through the Wizarding World was a no-brainer. Please watch, share, and subscribe!!! https://youtu.be/jVSjRc5-Mkg
As a fantasy author, I am legally required to love The Lord of the Rings, and I have to admit that I really do. Despite some very slow plotting, the prose is beautiful in a way that is rarely found in books these days, and the world-building and characters remains the benchmark against which all... Continue Reading →
Greetings, fans! Aside from my new gaming channel, Let's Play D&D, I am continuing my YouTube series, Tales from Aenya, with bios about the people of Aenya. First up, I share my thoughts about Radia. Be sure to check it out, like, share, and subscribe! https://youtu.be/tZoxVKlPjtE http://www.amazon.com/dp/B086JFZHDC
Have you ever wanted to play Thelana in D&D? Well NOW you can! As long as you've got an open minded DM and a gaming group willing to accept an Ilmarin into the campaign, refer to the stat block below, which approximates Thelana's abilities in Hedonia, when she first climbed into the Temple of Sargonus... Continue Reading →
Art by Jasmine Alimonos Hey everyone! So it's been dawning on me that blogging is going the way of disco. Nobody wants to read blogs anymore, unless you're uniquely dedicated to some super-niche interest (you know who you are). Thing is, my stories speak to a broad audience. Take away whatever niche aspects they might... Continue Reading →
Athalia, Niah, and Liana are the daughters of Davos and Kiki, and the younger cousins of Ecthros. Oblivious to the turmoil surrounding the lands to the north (Tyrnael and Northendell) and south (Ilmarinen, Hedonia), the three girls live an idyllic life in the small trading town of Yefira, which is known for its rolling hills, windmill houses, and proximity to the Tectonic Chasm, a gorge that encircles the planet. Hazel, Niah's rabbit, is being cradled by four-year old Liana, the youngest of the three girls.