Shifting Times P. 19

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Cori R. Trout

The year is 263 RO, well after the collapse of the Five Empires and hundreds of years beyond the time when the Shabenay were thought to have been destroyed, but in the last 20 years rumors have been confirmed that the Shabenay were back, and with them, all of the old resentments against the race. Shifting Times tells the story of the Shabenay, a race of shape-shifters who are, in effect, cursed and rejected by the world. Five young 'shifters, Shinkir, Rirhe, Aitnu, Mri'tia, and Kri, begin the movement to claim their place in the world that is against their very existance. The unlikely group comes together in part one: "Merging Worlds." I must admit, I do enjoy drawing Rirhe when he is freaking out/spazzing.  This is page 19, want to see more?  Check out the site! Kashian, Shabenay, Frineir, Keine, Shinkir, and Rirhe are the intellectual property of CERT Shifting Times © CERT 


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