Yep I’m one of those now so here’s a vlog. Kept it short cuz I have work today but I’ll get into it more later. Thanks for reading/watching more to come!
The Heart of Creation: Patron of the Void
by P.J. Anthony
The Origins of Eldra and the Worlds Of
Before song, before legend, before history, before our world – there was only one. One ethereal spirit amongst a sea of cold, oppressing darkness. The spirit was bright and magnificent, shimmering stars and sparkling ether rolling off of them in bounds. Larger than reality itself, even a fraction of the spirit eclipses a thousand stars and suns…
I’m obviously crazy, because on top of writing my Sci-Fi novel the Radio-Verse series and everything else that I do; in conjunction with my dear friends I have decided to start up a fantasy series.
Well, I as in we, everything that is written comes from all of us and on occasion I hope to share even my friends work and additions to the world that we’re creating.
On my original works page you can see a the new series already has a name; Lights in the Valley.
Before our heroes adventure kicks off I plan to release several world lore snippets before hand – one so that you aren’t going in blind and two, when you got four authors working on a single project we need to have some ground rules!
Several of the pieces will be penned by myself for sure, but I hope and plan to have the influence of my friends alongside it. So all pieces will have names/tags on them so you know who contributed what.
For now, though, thank you to my dear friends who reinspired my love for fantasy!
In me and my friends personal D&D game we just finished a main story arc in the starter city. In the final crux of the story we meet three woman of the Tourmaline city Council. Lady Olivia and Lady Zi’la – and the ever mysterious Lady Ava.
I originally started this piece just to draw Olivia and Zi’la – but then I got bored. Maybe my boredom will extend to the full story behind Olivia and Zi’la and the player characters who met them. For now, though, here’s a few of the woman of the council. We’ll see what comes later. If you check out the gallery, all the art there is also from the same D&D campaign.
“I don’t believe in collective guilt, but I do believe in collective responsibility.” – Audrey Hepburn
Special thanks to my friend doing me a huge service in helping edit the following work.
The world was broken. Not metaphorically broken. Not broken in the sense of a philosopher’s observation. It was broken. Pieces of it rained outwards into the void of the universe like a hail storm of life and civilization. Every now and then, amongst the storm, Dipa would spot domestic debris.