Excerpts from Book of the Warrior God

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The Scroll of Avalian

Excerpt from The Book of the Warrior God: 3:24—Avalian’s Flight

And the volcano erupted with a thunderous boom. The ground rattled and the sky filled with ash. This did not break Avalian’s will. He stared at his enemy—a fiery god of lava and stone. His blade drawn, Trinimac’s blessed child Avalian charged the mountain. Though lava flowed and covered the path, Avalian traversed the mountain with such quickness that the heat did not scorch his feet. As quick as the wind, Avalian dove into the mountain, driving his blade into the heart of the beast.

The Scroll of Usunok

Excerpt from The Book of the Warrior God: 4:22—The Rage of Usunok

He hunted not for food or sport. He hunted not for the thrill of the kill. No, he hunted to prove his strength. The beast before him rose, taller than the trees. Usunok, armed only with his fists and the blessing of his god Trinimac, charged forward to deliver a single blow. For with Trinimac’s blessing upon him, one blow was all he would need. In an instant, it was over. No amount of scales or fat or muscle could stop the force of Usunok’s rage striking its target. The beast fell with hardly a cry or a whimper. Usunok did not celebrate. He did not cheer. He simply went hunting for his next challenge.

The Scroll of Vaia

Excerpt from The Book of the Warrior God: 4:18—Vaia’s Courage

As the hammer fell, Vaia stood her ground. Rhogar the Destroyer had shattered entire armies with the power of his enchanted hammer. But this did not dampen Vaia’s resolve. Holding her shield above her head, she knew that Trinimac watched over her. A loud crash, a thunderous boom, and a crack that toppled nearby trees echoed throughout the land. But when the dust settled, it was not the small wooden shield that Vaia held that lay shattered on the ground. It was Rhogar’s mighty hammer.

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