A Dragon's Bond

A Dragon's Bond

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Sannebeck By Sannebeck Updated Apr 28

#62 in Fantasy on 12/21

The Kingdom's glory days are long gone. It once rang with laughter and happiness giving testament to its greatness. Mankind was at peace with it's powerful allies, and the promotion of knowledge was held above all else, giving rise to incredible prosperity. All things were right and calm in the kingdom.

     Seemingly overnight, flames and screams rang through the kingdom, scarring its beauty indefinitely. Weeks, then months passed, until now there is only silence and servitude. The oppressive ruler ever watching from her castle of fire and death.  

     The masses have risen before in attempts to free themselves, only to be cut down quickly and shown the futility of their hopes. 

     There are powerful forces and beings, lying in wait, hidden from the world. The time will come when they will be joined and given the opportunity to bring about peace.

Will these heroes rise to the challenge?

Or will they fall with the rest?




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I have just recently completed the story and will begin going through and editing, any help would be appreciated.

Also if you have any artwork that you believe would look good for the cover of the book I would love to see it.

Corszy Corszy Mar 28
Great start! And very well written, especially for a first go.
KSN2501 KSN2501 Apr 23
The introduction itself has got me hooked. Amazing start! Love it.
Sannebeck Sannebeck Aug 13, 2016
Thank you I appreciate it. I just got started on your book. I can't wait to read through it later tonight.
JoyMarcelino5 JoyMarcelino5 Aug 23, 2016
Well my grandson you have caught my interest so I will read on some
FireGirlDragons12345 FireGirlDragons12345 Dec 25, 2016
I'm pretty sure that's what everyone thinks. 
                              Btw I really like this story. It's unusual for me to really like a story this fast
FireGirlDragons12345 FireGirlDragons12345 Dec 25, 2016
You know, red is actually a very low temperature for metal working. It's much easier and faster if you heat it to bright orange or yellow. When your working on red metal it's a lot harder to get it move.