Warriorpriest of Velmar

Sci fi/Fantasy image by

Erica Newkumet

Taken from the streets as an orphaned boy, he has been equally trained in combat and prayer in the service of Velmar. He is young, but knows already the fear and sorrow of battle. The pendant gives him strength to heal terrible wounds, but will he be able to heal himself from the wounds within? He will have to live to find out...


Published More than a year ago

Category Fantasy



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