Dangerous Games (Forgotten Realms: Netheril Trilogy, Book by Clayton Emery

By Clayton Emery

Mages' Games

Netheril, empire of magic, the place wizards wield energy some distance past the ken of mortal men.

Netheril, the place citadels glide, magic runs wild, and mages dabble in video games larger left for the gods.

Netheril, a spot of risky video games the place the barbarian Sunbright Steelshanks quickly unearths himself an unwilling pawn in a deadly fit of wits, wiles, and powers.

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In his right hand, the cleric carried a mace he had bought from a sailor. With his left, he held a set of saddlebags. One bag contained a flat stone about a foot wide and a foot and a half high - the Tablet of Fate their company had recovered in Tantras. Even now, in the middle of the night, Adon's sandy hair was meticulously brushed. His build was slight, though muscular enough and well proportioned, and his green eyes sparkled with a light of their own. Adon's other features were symmetrical if somewhat plain, save for the red scar that traced a dark path from the left eye to his jaw line.

Then, as she started to circle around to the thing's rear, Midnight saw Adon coming through the brush. The corpse seemed oblivious to him, so the magic-user decided to make sure the cleric remained unnoticed. She moved directly opposite Adon. Then, as Kelemvor slashed at the zombie's head, Midnight hurled her dagger at its side. The blade struck point first and sank several inches into Ogden's torso. The zombie parried a thrust, then glanced at Midnight and snarled. The momentary distraction was all Kelemvor needed to land his first blow, opening a deep gash in the creature's lower back.

In his right hand, the cleric carried a mace he had bought from a sailor. With his left, he held a set of saddlebags. One bag contained a flat stone about a foot wide and a foot and a half high - the Tablet of Fate their company had recovered in Tantras. Even now, in the middle of the night, Adon's sandy hair was meticulously brushed. His build was slight, though muscular enough and well proportioned, and his green eyes sparkled with a light of their own. Adon's other features were symmetrical if somewhat plain, save for the red scar that traced a dark path from the left eye to his jaw line.

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