Blood Sport

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The justice system of the capital city Vera'Gon is harsh, but fair. The worst criminals fight in the arena, executing each other for the entertainment of the people. The winners get to live another day, and get another chance to bring justice against their fellow combatants. More
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About Scott LeMaster

Scott LeMaster was born in March of the year 1982. He has always had a love of fantasy and the medieval time period since his youngest days. He grew up reading Tolkien, Salvatore, and Weiss/Hickman, falling in love with the characters and settings. The unique setting of the Dragonlance Series inspired him to work on creating his own fantasy setting.

His passion for all things medieval lead him to take up Modern Olympic Fencing and even do medieval reenactment in his teenage years. If it involved swords, Scott would give it a try. He had moderate success as a fencer, winning medals at tournaments all across the state of Florida and qualifying for the Junior Olympics two years in a row.

Scott studied creative writing and literature in college, graduating with a Bachelors of the Arts Degree in English from the University of Central Florida. After achieving the goal of becoming of fencing coach, Scott now focuses on writing. He writes mainly medieval fantasy, especially in his own world of Vera'Gon, and dabbles a little in science fiction.

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tony parsons reviewed on Jan. 2, 2014

Set in Vera`Gon never before had Caedus attended a match, now he was the final blood sport match of the day. He had on the proper attire. Caedus had murdered a local merchant Nedric Adall. The Council of Law's justice had selected Doberg the Rapist for his opponent.

The crowd began to roar as the 2 battled it out.

The reward is to get to stay alive for a while longer.

Who will win the blood sport match?

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