Fables of my Mind
Taryn the Alchemist
The Many Faces of Eva
2017 was a relatively quiet year on Spardom, the ancient Isle beneath the sea. Naturally, the evil wizard Zarof and his hideous army of two-headed, four arm trolls and flying sulobaids, plus other nasty critters made from evil magic were up to their usual schemes. There were skirmishes between good and evil on the Isle mostly in the form of daily incursions of Zarof's forces into the western lands of Banned Border. However, Spardom Queen Lindsial and Lady Enna, the Goddess of the Troop (The Troop consists of flying horses called Pordonas and their talented archer elves) handled the daily skirmishes in good form.
In the dense Forest of Fogreia, Bratle was training his fellow spargnarls on the intricacies of archery and swordsmanship. While in the Land of the Unseen, Lady Hannah, Jade, and our lovely leader of the Isle's unicorns and ruler of the Monarch of Clarity, Lady E-mah, were attending to the wounded troops.
At the Academy of Spells and Enchantments Lady Camielle, Elibethine (Mistress of Weaponry/the Rescuer) and Professors Dianse, Taryn, Natash, and others were busily inventing new magical spells to confront Zarof's latest mutated instruments of war. Lady Dianse developed a mysterious super magical spell that will hopefully undermine the evil ambitions of Zarof. We cannot wait to see if it works on the battlefield!
Also of note, the lovely intergalactic elf, Konon'oamzyi'lk'savanicol (try quickly saying that three times - that is why we call her Lady Savy lol), of the world Cakzono, promised to confront the evils of the Elfin of the Garden of Evil, Erebus.
2018 promises to be an exciting year on Spardom and yes - on Surface Earth as well! If you would like to receive updates and other exciting news about the happenings on the Isle of Spardom, and other interesting news in the World of Eva Roblins, in the form of an informative NEWSLETTER, please fill out the information below. We will not share your email address with others nor will your email account be inundated with superfluous junk.
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