The Union of All follows what is left of the old universe, which Epani and Yisini are dutifully protecting from any and all harm. Inside the universe though, the former Voidborn Kenon is plotting to bring unity to literally everyone.
“I wasn’t prepared for this…”
Kayel, the All-Ksa of the Skyavok, was shaking, trying to keep himself upright, trying to focus on his words. But as he stood in front of the High General of the Rethavok, Kayel couldn’t make the right words come out. Broken, crippled words squeaked from his...Read More »
“Alright, so let me get this straight. You want to create a pan-universal union of mortal races, where every race has their own specific job and duty?”
Kenon nodded, perched on his throne, going through a series of notes. In the last few days, the Rethavok leadership had been visited by...Read More »
Lysar tutted as she flicked through a glossy magazine. She never really understood who read these rather unsavoury tabloids, normally written by gossiping Skyavok or Cassian Temthans, but there were always tons of them in waiting rooms across Rethan territories.
This waiting room was particularly quiet, but that was because it...Read More »
Estee seemed not at all bothered that the High General of the Rethavok was standing in front of her, blocking the light from her work. Sure, her world had been turned upside down and destroyed, pretty much literally, but she had so much more time to work on her art...Read More »
Rethais sighed as he climbed out of bed and wearily made his way to the bathroom. He sighed some more as he relieved himself then washed his hands and face, then continued to sigh as he wandered back into the bedroom, staring at the empty bed. Lysar was already awake,...Read More »
As the heavy golden doors slammed shut behind him, Rethais was beginning to think that maybe he should have had this meeting over the phone. Standing at the gold-laced desk, papers scattered everywhere, was a furious High General Kenon, snorting in anger and frustration.
“So you want to betray me again.”
Rethais...Read More »
Rethais wasn’t really sure what he had did to be the subject of the High General’s rage. He had done everything that Kenon had asked and more. He had barely stopped to eat and his office was now his home. Yet for some reason, the High General was furious at...Read More »
“You look awful. Are you alright?”
“I am fine, thank you. I get that a lot.”
Rethais rubbed his eyes wearily as he sat down at the table alongside Kayel, the All-Ksa of the Skyavok. Really, Kayel looked far worse for wear than Rethais did, but they both had an aura of...Read More »
“You should be resting.”
Veeyel shuffled across the room towards the front door, where his partner had just entered. Kayel’s bright yellow armour is what always reminded Veeyel of his beloved friend, but even with his jumbled memories, Veeyel could tell that Kayel was not doing well. His armour was faded...Read More »
“Do you ever get bored, Yisini?”
The Allbirther rolled her eyes at Kenon’s question. She was bored right now, clearing up the remains of a small outbreak in a suburban Temthan town. She had been bored a lot lately, having been busy dealing with both the life and death sides of...Read More »
Kohra grunted as he spat metallic blood from his mouth, then carefully wiped tears and more blood from two of his eyes. The formerly noble Kronospast was covered from head to toe in dust and pain, white and gold robes turned grey from dirt.
Standing behind Kohra were a handful of...Read More »
“I think… I may have miscalculated…” Kohra muttered to himself as he collapsed in the middle of the hall, his strength flooding from his tiny body. It had taken all of Kohra’s might to achieve this singular feat, to teleport the last 203 remaining Kronospasts to a new, safer home....Read More »
While the sudden supply of candies and sweets had helped calm his nerves, Kohra was certain that something strange was going on. According to the guards muttering outside his cell, he was supposed to have been shoved onto a ship and abandoned in some remote region. But apparently, one of...Read More »
Kohra gasped for air as he pulled himself out of the water fountain, trying not to choke on dirty, endlessly recycled water. It must have been late as there was no one around and the lights on the edge of the fountain were the only things guiding him to safety....Read More »