Latilya Sivar is a collector, writer, and compiler of histories. She spends much of her time in Midgar, collecting stories she believes to be of historical importance, as well as adding supporting details to give a fuller understanding of events. She will often add information that none but those directly involved could possibly have known, and this has given rise to speculation about her methods. Some claim her to be some sort of seer, others suggest she merely has many powerful connections, and still others claim her to be a charlatan writing false histories.
The War of the Dead (The Complete Collection)
Descendent of the legendary hero Varan and amateur historian, Volrin Dahl, collaborates with famed historian Latilya Sivar in this epic retelling of The War of the Dead. This collection includes all three volumes "The Necromancer's Bargain"; "The Immortal Revolution"; and "The Fall of Varngrim".
The Fall of Varngrim
Latilya Sivar completes the epic retelling of the War of the Dead, begun by the late Volrin Dahl in his story, The Necromancer's Bargain. The battle of wills between the necromancer Comanatin, and the bloodthirsty Sveria comes to a head, as the Immortals begin their conquest of the lands of men.
The Immortal Revolution
As the necromancer begins implementing his plans in the north, our tale shifts to Varngrim, where the rumors spreading from the north are disturbing and chaotic.
It will be up to a young spy by the name of Varan to piece together the truth from a tapestry of rumor and superstition, but will he be ready for the truth he finds?
The Necromancer's Bargain
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The War of the Dead was the most climactic event in human history. Hundreds of years later tales are still told of the war, but few first hand accounts remain. After going through some of his ancestors old records, and finding that they conflict with the generally accepted history of the conflict, our narrator seeks to detail the war from a new perspective and touch on the truth behind the tales.
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