Katarina’s chance encounter with Gladden Darkfell now seems to have been more than mere chance, and Gladden may have some explaining to do…
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Katarina the Dragonslayer is on the trail of whoever stole her horse when she encounters a land dragon wearing a saddle, only to find that the dragon is traveling with the half-elven seer Gladden Darkfell, who has agreed to help her liberate her old home of Moonshadow in this epic fantasy tale with a sci-fi twist.
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In an untidy village in the Border Kingdom of Heinmark there lived a worm farmer. Now, he was not the sort who dug up earthworms for the ends of fish hooks or who raised grubs for the keepers of pigeons. Nor did he raise poisonous angarra for sale to apothecaries and murderers. He was, in fact, a cultivator of giant silk worms, but not a very good one. Hendrik was his name, but only his wife ever called him that, and although his surname was Keltsen, he was most often called Sulk, but never to his face.
Hendrik, or Sulk, if you will, was a moody man of average height and outstanding girth, with a surly disposition. Some attributed his ways to his notable lack of success as a worm farmer, and others to chronic indigestion, but in either case, Sulk was pleasant enough to be around if he was in a good mood. Such moods were rare indeed, and it was during one of these bouts of uncharacteristic good-naturedness that Sulk went down to the local slave market to acquire some help for the farm.