By Michelle Sagara
Courtroom intrigue and historic magic fire up previous ghosts in addition to lethal secret in Sagara's attractive moment fable novel (after forged in Shadow). As a Hawk serving the Halls of legislation in Imperial capital Elantra, Kaylin Neya needs she might forget about her unusual tattoos—especially the glyph on her cheek, a Barrani rune loosely translated as "Consort," put there by way of the lord of her former fief, outcaste Barrani Lord Nightshade. these glyphs and their wild magic have got her into difficulty before—enough that either the Lord of Hawks and the Imperial Order of Mages call for she discover ways to keep an eye on her becoming magical expertise or be kicked out of the Hawks. sooner than this information can sink in, even if, Kaylin is dragged right into a harmful plot after she heals the more youthful son of the Barrani Lord of the excessive courtroom. Kaylin hence earns the Lord's gratitude, yet she additionally turns into a goal in the event you might deliver down the excessive court docket itself.
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Like the legendary sons of Boreas, the blessed of Aeolus can run as swiftly as the wind, and even tread the very air. They are almost as much elemental as mortal. Rogues, bards, monks, ﬁghters and rangers are the most likely to become blessed of Aeolus, and the most likely to draw beneﬁt from the gifts of the wind. Clerics of Hermes ﬁnd the blessings of Aeolus very much to their taste, but may find it difficult to give up their spellcasting abilities. NPCs who have earned Aeolus’ blessing rarely sit still for long.
Druids in Hellenic fantasy campaigns are not worshippers of an abstract idea of nature; they serve speciﬁc gods of the natural world, particularly Artemis, Demeter and Dionysus. Some druids might also be servants of other gods; for instance, a druid specializing in weather spells might be a servant of Zeus, while a coastal druid who frequently wild shapes into sea beasts may well venerate Poseidon. Other druids who are more attached to a particular territory might serve some of the smaller, more local gods — river gods such as Proteus and the like.
Evasion (Ex): At 4th level, the blessed of Aeolus gains the evasion ability. If she makes a successful saving throw against an attack that normally deals half damage on a successful save, she takes no damage. Evasion can be used only if the blessed of Aeolus is wearing light or no armor. A helpless character (such as one who is paralyzed) cannot beneﬁt from evasion. Inherent Spells II (Sp): Once per day beginning at 5th level — air wall, air walk, gaseous form, lightning bolt, and gust of wind.
Cast in Courtlight (The Chronicles of Elantra, Book 2) by Michelle Sagara