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By Richard A. Knaak
THE AGE OF DRAGONS IS OVER. Uncertainty plagues Azeroth's historical guardians as they try to discover a brand new goal. This problem has hit Kalecgos, youngest of the previous Dragon points, particularly demanding. Having misplaced his nice powers, how can he-or any of his kind-still make a distinction on the planet? the reply lies within the far away earlier, while savage beasts referred to as proto-dragons governed the skies. via a mysterious artefact stumbled on close to the guts of Northrend, Kalecgos witnesses this violent period and the stunning historical past of the unique features: Alexstrasza, Ysera, Malygos, Neltharion, and Nozdormu. of their so much primitive types, the longer term protectors of Azeroth needs to stand united opposed to Galakrond, a bloodthirsty creature that threatens the lifestyles in their race. yet did those mere proto-dragons face the sort of terrible adversary on my own, or did an out of doors strength support them? have been they given the power they'd turn into mythical for ...or did they earn it with blood? Kalecgos's discoveries will swap every thing he is familiar with in regards to the occasions that resulted in the ...DAWN OF THE elements
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CHAPTER IX THE WELCOME OF THE MASTER 1"T WAS nearly twelve hours later, as their •^ watches showed them, that the first of the weary adventurers awoke. The Very Young Man it was who first opened his eyes with a confused sense of feeling that he was in bed at home, and that this was the momentous day he was to start, his journey into the ring. He sat up and rubbed his eyes vigorously to see more clearly his surroundings. Beside him lay his two friends, fast asleep. With returning consciousness came the memory of'the events of the day and night before.
Here he left them to bathe, getting them meanwhile robes similar to his own, with which to replace their own soiled garments. In a little while, much refreshed, they descended to the room below, where Lylda had supper ready upon the table waiting for them. "Only a little while ago my father and Aura left," said Lylda, as they sat down to eat. "Lylda's younger sister," the, Chemist •explained. " The Very Young Man parted his lips to speak. Then, with heightened color in his cheeks, he closed them again.
Things have stopped growing," observed the Very Young Man. 'He rose to his feet, stretching. He felt sore and bruised all over,. but with the meal and a little rest, not particularly tired. "I move we go on down now," he suggested, walking to the edge of 'the huge crevice in which they were sitting. " "Perhaps we might as well," agreed the Doctor, rising also. " The incongruity of his last words with the scene around made the Doctor smile. Overhead the sky still showed a narrow ribbon of blue.
Dawn of the Aspects: Part I (World of Warcraft) by Richard A. Knaak