City Under the Sand: A Dark Sun Novel by Jeff Mariotte
By Jeff Mariotte
Aric, a half-elf with a unprecedented common skill with the psionic self-discipline often called “the Way,” needs to locate his position in an international governed via the tyranny of evil sorcerer kings, and ruled by means of the savage wilds of the Athasian wilderness, an international presided over via the unrelenting red eye of Dark Sun®.
When Aric is introduced right into a quest to go looking for a necessary trove guns, he might quite retain his head down and reside an easy life. yet not anything is easy within the urban of Nibenay with it reclusive ruler often called the Shadow King. And in a global the place steel is the rarest of commodities, Aric’s “way” with steel is a good rarer talent.
Enlisted by way of the Shadow King himself to find this cache of steel weaponry, Aric heads into the wilderness with a treacherous band of adventurers. Allegiances are demonstrated and secrets and techniques are exposed. yet occasionally the secrets and techniques hidden via the sands of time may still stay undiscovered.
When Aric and his band discover an evil possibly more than the Shadow King himself, it's a race opposed to time to determine who will harness its strength.
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That time—weeks, perhaps—had caught up to him. Templars were crying out, one or two weeping openly, and others laughing at the spectacle. Siemhouk turned her back on the dead man, carried the scroll to Nibenay and put it in his pudgy, thick-fingered hand. Then she sat down again, as if waiting for some other supplicant to come before the high consorts, while Shen’ti’s body finished its rapid deterioration not five paces away. What, Kadya wondered, did she see in his head? And what was it that made her pull out so abruptly?
But I’m no adventurer, Ruhm. ” “I haven’t told you this story? ” Aric touched the scar that bisected his arched left eyebrow, like a tiny pink worm parting the hair. He was sure he had told Ruhm, maybe a couple of times. But Ruhm might have forgotten, or he might just be toying with Aric again. ” “I made it myself, for myself. I wasn’t too good at swordsmithing yet, but it came out half decent just the same. I strapped it on and thought I was the handsomest devil in all Nibenay. “I guess the sword was handsome enough, at that.
She would have all the power and authority of a high consort—the templar who, according to Nibenay’s plan, was meant to be the ultimate authority, and would be again if anything ever happened to Siemhouk. Not that Kadya wanted to see that happen, of course. But Siemhouk was right. This discovery, if it was as the dead man had described, could change the course of history. Whoever controlled the metal, and brought it to Nibenay, would be a most important individual in the coming days and years and centuries of the Shadow King’s rule.