This week I’d like to talk about my favorite category of fighters and diplomats, the courageous Oslyn!
Oslyn are mystical fighters who attempt to keep peace in all the Known Kingdoms. They are taught at the mighty Glass Tower where they learn to use a special ability that acts as a sixth sense. Their Heart’s Eye. This is NOT Magi study. It is enhancing one’s spiritual ability to sense danger near by, along with heightening all senses and physical abilities until their utmost potential is reached. After several winters in the Glass Tower where they have spent all their time preparing, they embark on a journey. This year long adventure training outside the Glass Tower will determine their leadership, sacrifice of themselves, and maintaining the peace. A prime example is during the Canodria – Medoic conflict. Oslyn were sent out to have peaceful negotiations with King Forlmorlaine of Canodria and King Tharster of Medoic. So, during times of crisis, the Oslyn will always be there. All together, they’re kinda like the Jedi of Tarune haha.
So from last week, in contrast to the Vipers, the Oslyn are more peaceful and tend to negotiate better than the Vipers, the trained killers. Two different ideals, the killer and diplomat. But in the end, they come together. Corwyn and Reese solve the challenging issues that continuously endanger Velladriana, they come together and work it out. This shows that everyone can coexist despite nuances or extreme differences.
A descendent of Dandridin, Laycindial is a Magus of great power and wisdom. Gifted with extraordinary levels of ability, she is able to navigate the shadowy alter-world of the Median with a skill rare in this age. A master of transfiguration, she is capable of wondrous feats of magical accomplishment. Having studied her entire life under the kind and watchful eye of Dandridin has given her a strong constitution tempered with the delicate sensibilities of one who would see all life of all the goodly beings on Tarune preserved.
She is as committed to finding the Pride as is Dandridin, wanting nothing more than to play an integral part in teaching the Pride to control the massive power of the Magics. Doubt exists within her, though, doubt as to whether she can guide the Pride through the difficult trials of magical mastery. Can she be the guiding light that will assist Dandridin in teaching the Pride to control powers that can both save humanity, or ultimately destroy it? Can she be a light to guide the savior of the world through the darkness that is spreading throughout the lands?
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Grand Magus Dandridin Tanithgil, First of the Court of the High King of Sorilan, Chancellor of the Free Realm, and Bearer of the Opal Torch is a Magus of great renown. Trained under the tutelage of the powerful Grand Magus Feldus Canisbar, Dandridin distinguished himself by demonstrating a sterling command of the Magics, as well as a keenly analytical mind and an aptitude for diplomacy. He quickly rose through the ranks of the Sorilander elite, finding a place at the High King’s Council. Negotiating a treaty with Sorilan’s bitter enemy, the Kingdom of Morilan, Dandridin’s keen knack for problem solving and cool head in the face of difficulty earned him the title of Chancellor of the Free Realm. Having negotiated peace between the two warring kingdoms, the King raised Dandridin to the rank of Bearer of the Opal Torch, the highest honor Sorilan can pay to a Magus, and presented him with the Staff of Resounding Force, which he wields to this very day. Playing a pivotal roll in the dreaded Battle of the Mourning Night, he risked his life in an effort to defeat the Mad Oracles.
Ever a student of the ancient prophecies, Dandridin has been on a lifelong quest to find the Pride, knowing that the ultimate fate of all beings on Tarune rests in keeping the Pride out of evil hands. As kind as he is wise, Dandridin is also steadfast in his commitment to protecting and teaching the Pride. He has seen the devastating power of the Necromancers first hand, bearing witness to their horrific capacity for destruction. He knows all too well what kind of dark apocalypse awaits the world if they are able to claim the Pride as their own. Only time will tell if he will be able to succeed in his quest and keep safe the world of Tarune.
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My name is Jason Hoisington. I am an actor, aspiring to become a writer and a director.
I love the fascinating, diverse, magical, and extraordinary world of Necromancers’ Pride. I’m here to share my love of the saga with my new blog days! Join me every Friday! I’m officially on the Necromancers’ Pride blog!
So without any other nonsense about me, lets get to my first post!
A tribute to Tarune’s most elite and sophisticated fighting force. The defenders of Morilan,
The Viper Legionaries!
These soldiers go through extensive training to protect the small, harassed country of Morilan. During training, the recruits learn how to cope with their emotions and mask them so that is doesn’t interfere with their mental state on the battlefield. Recruits are given poison by various means throughout their training. If they survive the poisoning, they develop a resistance and demonstrate that they have what it takes to become a Viper. Vipers are given a special suit of armor laced with poison to embody the poisonous viper snake. In hand to hand combat, they can flick their wrist and dig their spiked poison laced gauntlets into the opponents’ skin, eventually killing them with poison. But are all Vipers battle hardened and emotionless?
Walk in the shoes of Reese Pelingril, a defender of the innocent and a good soul who puts his life on the line for two children he barely knew. Learn what it really means to be a true Viper from Reese.