[Update to Version 1.1 on 16 Feb 2012]
This ebook is a collection of short stories and manuscripts that detail the various lore found in the Armor of Light and Camelot Prophecies series. It also provides accounts and back-stories to some of the personalities that the Heroes of Bretunia will encounter in their quests and adventures.
Specifically, this ebook contains:
The Lore of Celestial Beings
The Lore of Makidon
The Lore of the Galans
The Lore of the Knight-of-Light
Back-story of Morgan Le Fay
Geography and Personalities of Erets covering:
Talmissra – The Great Desert, Desert Nomads and the various tribes, Charama Rani, Sheja
Tarntora – Little Ampor, The Tomb of Five Wars, The Necromancers, Bedrith & Belras, Lentes and L’tata
Ivrantor – The Lost Empire, The Deathland Wastes, Acremandrius
Sheyke – Lord Edwy, Fergus
This ebook can serve as a Reference Guide to the adventures as recorded in the ‘Artifacts’ ebooks and can be read before-or-after the Armor of Light series. It can also be read independently like ‘campfire tales’. Either way, there should be enough diversity in this volume to offer you hours of enjoyment as you embark on the journey alongside the new heroes of Camelot… so enjoy!
Also in this Series...
Knighthood: The Camelot Prophecies Vol 1
Dragonlord: The Camelot Prophecies Vol 2
Mercenaries: The Camelot Prophecies Vol 3
Guildmaster: The Camelot Prophecies Vol 4
ARMOR: Armor of Light (LORE)
Artifacts: Armor of Light Quest #1
Artifacts II: Armor of Light Quest #2
Artifacts III: Armor of Light Quest #3
TACTICS ANTHEM: The First Book of Lore [Paperback]
Knights & Mages: The Bretunian Tactics [Kindle]
Tactician & Camelot Compendium [Kindle]
Swamp of Nightwatch: Camelot’s Armor of Light #1 (Graphic Novelette)
Night's Pentagram: Camelot’s Armor of Light #1 (Graphic Novelette)
Visit Loremaster Porthios' Blog at: http://blog.tactics-anthem.com/blog2
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