Heavenly Bodies – The Island of Quattor

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Other post’s you might enjoy : Heavenly Bodies – Character Introduction | Heavenly BODIES – What’s an Epigraph? [LORE]|Heavenly Bodies – What’s an Epigraph [LORE] PART 2|HEAVENLY BODIES – WHAT’S AN EPIGRAPH [LORE] PART 3

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Gliese has four islands, one of which is currently inhabited by powerful monster’s, dealing prominently in the prologue of the book

Today we will be taking about the first

The Island of Quattor

A lustrous island, this is one of the island’s that has a volcano, it’s currently iced up and not working, a force field surrounds the center of the island, what could it be hiding? There’s a mysterious fog that lead’s to Havenlyn, but those that enter have not come out.

“Maybe if you venture forth through the dark mist that cover’s the sea, you could find them, although no one dares enter the mist, fisherman tell tale tales of military ships broken in half, they say the Kraken itself dwells within the mist, but that’s just fisherman shanty. Although now that I think about it, no one that has entered the mist, has come back to tell what’s on the other side. How strange…”

A wall separates the biomes, but tunnels pass through them. A desert, the green plains, and an icy mountain that get’s colder as you climb up.

And frankly there’s not much to it, a very quick post this week that’s for sure, but more info will be revealed next week, as we dive into the public services for transportation that Gliesendan’s use to get around their city’s and through the outlands.

Please look forward to a release date reveal very soon, along with a cover reveal.

 

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