City of Fire (D&D Retrospective, Book 4) by T. H. Lain

By T. H. Lain

The fourth novel according to the hot version of the Dungeons & Dragons game.

In the sands of a very good wilderness, a once-heroic paladin has grew to become to evil and enlisted a military of gnolls to assist retrieve a strong relic, reputed to be saved within the vaults of the town of fireplace. in the event that they locate it, the realm won't ever back be at peace.

Can a celebration of 4 cease a military of 1000s?

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Do you understand? Anyway—" he grinned again, but the expression looked forced, a grim mockery of the gnome's usual good-humor "—you're the neogi-killer, isn't that right? " Horvath settled himself in the throne and placed his palms on the wide arms. He took a deep breath and closed his eyes. "All right," he said, deadly calm, now, "here we go. " The longboat surged once, then settled down to steady movement again. "Oars," Horvath ordered quietly, "hard a'port... " Teldin jumped at the intensity in that last word.

The dreadnought kept its bow pointing directly at the apex wasp. For the first time, Teldin started to sense the immense speed of closure as the ships hurtled head-on at each other. He reached back and took the glass from where it lay, forgotten, on Miggins's lap, and focused it on the pirate vessel. The angular ship seemed to jump closer as Teldin focused through the clumsy device. It really did look like a wasp. The body was wide where the two sets of wings were mounted, but then tapered to a sharp point at the tail.

Her expression communicated sheer contempt. A fire of anger flared within him. "All right," he growled, holding the weapon out toward her. " It was Miggins who answered. "It's a gnomish design, a very cunning one. The lever is on the bottom, under the stock. " Teldin turned the weapon over. A metal lever as long as his forearm ran along the underside of the crossbow. Its pivot point was within the wooden stock, directly under where the bowstring rested when the bow wasn't cocked. The other end of the lever was underneath the butt of the weapon.

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