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This is a text written a while ago to explain a bit how the magika works in the world of 7 Ancients. It exists but things aren’t that simple as it looks like. This is a chat, some years ago, between a young Forwën (the main character of a bigger project called “The Winter Blades”) and the Great-Master principal of the University of […]
First, I wish to apologize for the lack of updates. It happens that I’m developing the final version of Dhaneria’s map and working hard to finish at once the pilot comic of Innocence. As soon as I finish one or another, the updates will be more constant.
Well, the idea of this post came from the fact that many people, misunderstood what I’m planning with the 7 Ancients universe. Therefore, I’ve decided to show you some more direct answers.
Here’s another text, this time related to the 7 Ancients’ universe. This is a children’s tale which, I’ve been writing for some time.
The story is about a journey beyond the so called Land of the Ancient Folks, taken by a young Light creature alongside a Chaos creature to find the redemption for a lost wandering soul. It is also a self knowledge journey for this spirit of Light as well as for the creature of Chaos.
For this first real post I’ve chosen a text which is part of Innocence universe. In truth, it is a short story which also, serves as a spin-off of the main storyline. Furthermore it was a kind of challenge for myself to create a story composed by only one ambience and character. If I could define “Night in the Room”, it would be like one of the first sketches for the main story.
Another running project and one that you´ll hear a lot about is the 7 Ancients.
Different from Innocence, this project is about an universe in which many stories could be told: since short stories to complete sagas, passing through old periods of time to the actual era of the world which is equivalent to the transition from the Middle Ages to the Renaissance, something like the XIV and XV centuries.
“So, what makes this world so different from the others around?” you […]