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The Vorrgistadt Saga by SovereignofAshes

A Grimdark Swords & Sorcery Web Novel 

The world of Aelth Myrris is dying; the world-god is in her death throes. This was not caused by rampant environmental devastation, the fall-out of some cataclysmic war, nor a random happenstance of celestial events. This act of murder was entirely intentional and caused by capricious and hidden entities even more powerful than the gods themselves.

The many groups that call the world-god Myrris home have been abandoned. Once proud societies are crumbling into ruin and barbarity as those with ambition vie to seize what few bits of fading power they can. Amidst this tumult, there are still some stories to be told about those few who cling to life wanting more than power and trinkets. This is the saga of those few who hope for a better future. Those few who defy the hidden entities that devour their world. Those few who refuse to be the pawns of fate.

Note: The Vorrgistadt Saga contains some graphic violence and harsh language.

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Listed: Jul 18, 2016


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Living Lore

By Shaeor, author of Chosen Shackles

Sep 30, 2016: This story of kaleidoscopic perspective is, in my opinion, excellent fantasy. The Vorrgistadt Saga is very intellectually engaging writing. Its flow is intentful and the writing is verbose. The very first page is a selection of in-world writing which predicts, in abstract terms, an apocalypse. The site itself is nice, and navigation is pretty good. The writing is available on Royal Roads Legend in shorter chapters – in case long chapters is an issue for you.

The first true chapter is [more . . .]

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Left me Speechless.

By Typist Kid, author of The Zone

Mar 31, 2018: Disclaimer: This review was done as part of a review swap.

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Alright. I’ll tell you my first impressions. I didn’t understand the synopsis, so I ignored it and decided to jump into the story. The first few chapters were hard to get through. I’ll admit, this is partly because of the mindset I entered this story with. That is, to pick it apart and look at it as a [more . . .]

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