The Chalice of Death The Helot Toren Huffeltree is a miffit who is a helot a slave or servant of Baruch He finds himself an accidental intruder in a foreign realm inhabited by dwarves elves and bakru He is there because as Baruch

  • Title: The Chalice of Death (The Helot)
  • Author: John Edgell
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 120
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • Toren Huffeltree is a miffit, who is a helot a slave or servant of Baruch He finds himself an accidental intruder in a foreign realm inhabited by dwarves, elves and bakru He is there because as Baruch contemplates the fate of Thrude he is aware that the Tarnished Seraph schemes the realm s demise In The Chalice of Death 11,000 words , the first of six stories, TorToren Huffeltree is a miffit, who is a helot a slave or servant of Baruch He finds himself an accidental intruder in a foreign realm inhabited by dwarves, elves and bakru He is there because as Baruch contemplates the fate of Thrude he is aware that the Tarnished Seraph schemes the realm s demise In The Chalice of Death 11,000 words , the first of six stories, Tor is pulled from the drink by the dwarves of Marna, who are not quite sure what to do with him Some are convinced that since he is an intruder he must die too costly to keep him in their dungeon Others argue for the dungeon Tilda, a feisty dwarf matron, intervenes and Tor is sent to the Tower of Ragan, accompanied by Aganor, a crusty and antagonistic dwarf, as well as the humorous Oni, and Oren The journey to the tower is a journey into peril that will place the destiny of the dwarves of Marna in Tor s hands, for at the tower there waits a terrible evil and the Chalice of Death.

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    2 thoughts on “The Chalice of Death (The Helot)

    1. A good short story. I don't read much fiction so the shortness of the book persuaded me give it a chance. Well written and enjoyed it a lot.

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