Character Profile: Emma Sarina, High Priestess of Remena Citadel

Emma Sarina

Emma Sarina, Protector & High Priestess of Remena Citadel Emma Sarina is introduced as a protector of Light and the High Priestess of Remena in the third act of Dutybound. One of three in the last line of Terestria's legendary Protectors, Emma holds great power, the ability to manipulate matter and energy at will. The … Continue reading Character Profile: Emma Sarina, High Priestess of Remena Citadel

Duty’s Bane: an excerpt from Dutybound

Duty's Bane

The gates of the manor were flooded with lights as multitudes of people traveled the roads. It took about a sixteenth of the Mozian military to securely lay passage for the relatively minuscule number of nobles invited to the party, as waves of commoners gathered there, ever hopeful. To witness a moment of luxury beyond … Continue reading Duty’s Bane: an excerpt from Dutybound

Character Profile: Luzanna Renon, Chief Heiress of the Carist Tribe

Luzanna Renon Phoenix

[pullquote align=center] "The darkness could never marvel to be as powerful as the light. It may seem impossible right now, but in my heart I know this to be true. With darkness may come fear, but as long as there is light, there is hope!" - Dutybound, pg. 320 [/pullquote] Introducing Luzanna Renon... Aldric native, … Continue reading Character Profile: Luzanna Renon, Chief Heiress of the Carist Tribe

Character Profile: Lucia Sanoon, High Maiden of Moz

Lucia Sanoon Seraph

[pullquote align=center] "The light has granted me a calling for which I must extend my gratitude; for fate has brought me here today, as your high maiden, to right the wrongs of this history of war and offer you a new right and claim to the light." - Dutybound, pg. 43 [/pullquote] The beautiful, golden … Continue reading Character Profile: Lucia Sanoon, High Maiden of Moz

A Stretch of Faith: an excerpt from Dutybound

Light Wings Lucia Sanoon

Lucia looked beyond the altar and into the stained glass behind it. She blinked as the light seeped through and hit the pendant at the base of her neck causing it to shine. The colors were spiraling as usual, mixing into the sunlight. She felt the warmth, accepting the triumphant beauty that absorbed into her … Continue reading A Stretch of Faith: an excerpt from Dutybound

The Memento: an excerpt from Dutybound

lucia sanoon virtue of justice

It had been seventeen years since the master of Moz left his province venturing forth into the farthest regions of Terestria in search of a redemption he would not find.  The morning was crisp and splendent as the spring brought in what appeared to be an early summer. The sunlight radiated down toward the grand … Continue reading The Memento: an excerpt from Dutybound