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   Trail of the Gods, by Brian S. Pratt  
 
  Novel, first publication in 2006
 
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      The Fire, a powerful artifact of the god Dmon-Li has fallen into James’ hands. A spirit of a former Priest of Morcyth told him that he must hide it, that should the followers of Dmon-Li find it, the results would be devastating for this world.

    James begins experimenting with magic in order to use it to aid in the hiding of the Fire. Unlocking the secrets behind the crystal he found in the swamp, he learns to harness magical energy to aid him in this endeavor.

    The quest for answers eventually draws James and Jiron to the enemy occupied town of Saragon, where they’ve been told the last High Priest of Morcyth had been born. Hoping to discover a clue as to where the last of the Priesthood of Morcyth went after abandoning the High Temple in the City of Light. They make their way through enemy occupied Madoc to Saragon where they begin scouring the city under the very nose of the Empire!

     
     
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  • Morcyth Saga > Morcyth Saga, The (#4)

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