Prince Arkenbright and the Forsaken Maid

Rated 4.50/5 based on 2 reviews
It stands to reason that if a Goblin King demands a young maiden, you provide him one. He only does so every fifty years after all. Besides, if a girl nobody really likes more or less volunteers, what's the harm in that?

To Prince Arkenbright it seems like he ought to rescue the poor girl, but no one else appears to think so. More

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About Jacob Krarup

Jacob Krarup is a Vancouver based writer working primarily in the videogame industry; in 2007 he won the "best videogame script of the year" award from the Writers' Guild of Great Britain.

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Kimball Finigan reviewed on June 13, 2011

I liked this little tale of moral ambiguity and medieval ribaldry. I also appreciate that I may have had some (little) hand in character or plot inspiration through role-playing games of years previous. Even if that isn't true I'll take some wee credit.
(reviewed 41 days after purchase)
Liep reviewed on May 11, 2011

It's a fun little story. Arkenbright is a good character, a prince who wants to do what princes do but can't quite do it right, this makes his adventures a bit atypical.

Looking forward to reading more tales of Siward and Arkenbright.
(reviewed 19 days after purchase)
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