Crimson Chorus, From the Nine Kingdoms (Chapter 1)
A young adventurer separates from the training of his tutor in pursuit knowledge that helps him to grow up. This quest will make him interfere in important situations and know beings of which he will learn new arts and new existential perspectives; always travelling with the excuse of meet again with his tutor. More
Before starts, allowed me to introduce myself… I am Balaan Legeel, an erudite adventurer of the Anterior Scratch. The history that you are for reading is only one of so many existing inside the open world of the Four Scratches and theirs Nine Kingdoms.
In those days which I devoted myself to collect legends, histories and all kinds of anecdotes, I ran up with one that was especially of my pleasure, who talked about a being of minor importance… but why to focus my attention on telling the adventures of an insignificant character if exist others with more impact, of heroes whose magnificent profiles would swell the pages of any tale? Well, because for them will be other titles that with equal pleasure I will dedicate them. Or maybe you will find narrated by someone of my comrades…
Like I said, I have decided to focus my attention on the adventures of this character with insipid reputation, which unknown name repeated, circumstantially, inside other histories led by heroic characters. The list is wide, but I just will name those of great impact; such examples: the white alchemage errant Yaibrel, and the dark alchemage errant Arcbael, both enigmatic figures; the inheritor teradreean king Sande and several of his more faithful serfs and... not so faithful.
His participation managed to be a key piece of the existential complementary puzzle of Nine Kingdoms.
Ah... venerable reader, is precise to warn that the words that you should find here mean more than a simple fantasizing tale. If what you look is a cheap tale as this, then, I suggest you to stop here your reading. But, if you decide to continue… then equally I warn that you will be seduced by the knowledge that I share you here.
He was known by different mottoes but with the one that more emphasized him was: Ephesto.