Zuviel

@Zuviel

Student, gamer, morale officer, an avid D&D player. Reviews, opinions and all kinds of random thoughts.
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"Lilly glanced over her shoulder and received a happy grin from Awesome, whose helmet was open during their entire ride. She returned it back with a toothy display of her own – indeed the hamster’s nose was cuddlier than hers, she had to admit. Interested, she once asked him if he thought that his or her racial features were cuter. The insufferable jokester that he was, Awesome answered with a jest of his own, probably prepared well in advance for such a question. It was something of the sorts of – “I will tell you now, why our enemy dreads us so. Our cuddliness triggers the baddies, compels them to err without limit, that, and our glare makes them shite their pants with fear. They can never face our combined cuteness, for it is by glorious design of the Patrons that we can use it as a weapon most mighty!”" Lothoria – an ancient place, long-forgotten and only recently discovered by Terrans. Its lands are ripe with fruit, clear, clean waters irrigate fields and farmers reap many a bountiful harvest each year. Yet its beautiful cities are overpopulated by abusive, entitled lords. The clergy in its temples preach subservience to those who daily toil and suffer for their masters to wallow in luxury. It is a planet fully under the heel of one self-deified pirate lord, whose harvest IS the planet's oppressed population. Lothoria guards its secrets well; buried deep underground lay ancient ruins, where those who ruled her lands and horrors of olden times rest, surrounded by the bones of millions of adventurers. Across the sun-scorched sands of the Hack desert roam throngs of dilapidated, armor-clad husks, hands holding weapons still and mouths praising their Master... This is the fifth #book of the #starshatter series - https://www.amazon.com/dp/B07XWP668M
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