Nahhir

Today I have an excerpt from my book concerning Nahhir. He is our antogonist, a mage, and someone whose path to do the right thing has gone terribly askew.

The Lyceum was far from a holy order. They had committed their own misdeeds as individuals and as an order. They had said he had gone too far and shed too much blood for the sake of knowledge and power. So his followers and he were ejected from the tower and were no longer members. It didn’t matter that he had found the ability to drain the magical soul from a magical being in the library in their very tower. They were repulsed by this practice and would not tolerate it. The Lyceum was far from a holy order. They had committed their own misdeeds as individuals and as an order. They had said he had gone too far and shed too much blood for the sake of knowledge and power. So his followers and he were ejected from the tower and were no longer members. It didn’t matter that he had found the ability to drain the magical soul from a magical being in the library in their very tower. They were repulsed by this practice and would not tolerate it.  Now he had the means to become more than any of them would ever be and he would reclaim his title once the time was right.

Captain Catheridge and his little quest to save the people from a tyrannical king was only a means to an end. He would need them to subdue the elves. It had been done before and led to the elves fleeing to this land in the first place but now they had nowhere to go. They belonged to him.

4 thoughts on “Nahhir

  1. Hey, How are you today? I nominated you for a Mystery/Mysterious Blogger Award, Yey! I just posted a blog about it, I hope you can check it out and participate. Thank you! Keep writing!

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