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"From This World to That Which is to Come": Klarion Bleak was born in Limbo Town, a subterranean village that worships their god Croatoan. Necromancy is very common, as the town resurrects their dead in the form of a "Grundy", which acts as a mindless worker. Every


Quote1 What sins? I haven't had the chance to commit any sins yet. Quote2
-- Klarion Bleak



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Synopsis for "From This World to That Which is to Come"

Klarion Bleak was born in Limbo Town, a subterranean village that worships their god Croatoan. Necromancy is very common, as the town resurrects their dead in the form of a "Grundy", which acts as a mindless worker. Every witch-man, witch-woman and witch-child had their own draaga, or familiar. With Klarion's biological father having disappeared years earlier, Klarion always suspected there was a world beyond, but was vigorously discouraged from asking questions by the strict Submissionary Judah.

One day, a spine-rider of the The Sheeda is found in the mouth of Klarion's familiar, Teekl, and the town panics,convinced that the spine-rider had been sent in advance of their extermination. Judah disagrees with the town's "Witch-man Parliament", which he sees as a threat to the old ways of fear and submission to Croatoan. The Parliament transforms themselves into a Horigal, a monstrous gestalt form bonding the three of them and their familiars together. They attack all the witch-men in town, including Klarion's stepfather Ezekiel. Klarion finds their bodies, but is attacked by Horigal.



Notes

  • This book was first published on April 20, 2005.
  • This is part 5 of the Meta series "Seven Soldiers of Victory". Continued in Shining Knight #2.

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  • Klarion learns the wonderful world of chocolate when he reaches the Blue Rafters.
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