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Arcadia's Ignoble Knight: The Sorceress of Ashtown (Parts 1 and 2)

Arcadia's Ignoble Knight: The Sorceress of Ashtown (Parts 1 and 2)

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Brandon Varnell By BrandonVarnell Completed

Arcadia's Knight Academy is the premier school for young men hoping to become a Sorceress's Knight. Only nobles, people with power and prestige, are allowed within these hallowed grounds-which explains why Caspian Ignis del Sol is hated by everyone. He's not a noble, or of even slightly noble lineage. He's a peasant.
Caspian is tasked with delivering a letter to a Sorceress, but he soon finds himself in over his head, when the Sorceress in question is attacked by an elven assassin. Now he's become the temporary Knight for a Sorceress nicknamed The Succubus, and he must protect her from more assassination attempts. However, Caspian is beginning to suspect the Sorceress might be more dangerous than the assassin.

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Carson21G Carson21G Jan 24
See, that's not necessarily true, as using your usual weapon build familiarity, using a different one can throw off your timing.
Lingering-Will Lingering-Will Sep 11, 2016
An interesting beginning to an interesting story! I'm intrigued to see how this pans out! Caspian sounds determined to master the art of swordfighting! I shall continue to read! :3 
                              Also, the whole concept of Knights for Sorceresses reminds me of Final Fantasy VIII! Nice nod to that! :D
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