Faer Sorrow
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Three distinct races of Faer had colonized nearly every corner of Lamerion in the millennia that they had lived in peace with the other forms of life that thrived on the land. The most common race of Faer were the Atilles Faer who were characterized by two broad triangular wings and who lived in all corners of Lamerion. The wingless Satran Faer were both smaller and less numerous than the Atilles Faer and had settled primarily in the south in small farming villages with Faer of their own kind. The tallest and the rarest race of Faer, a race known as Feenin and identified by four long elliptical wings, had once been found throughout much of Lamerion yet now they dwell in small numbers in only a few villages with the Atilles and Satran Faer.
The spreading of Goblins and Trolls and Thyride had forced many Faer and animals to leave their homes and seek safety elsewhere. Forests and lakes became devoid of all animals. Some villages saw the slaughter of all inhabitants while other settlements were simply abandoned. Lives were ended too soon as evil and darkness spread across the land. The six Goddesses that nurtured Lamerion grieved even as They tried to aid the beings that They cherished. The Goddesses brought together representatives from all three races of Faer and guided them as they fought to bring the Faer of Lamerion together to fight their enemies and to win back the land.
Victory and tragedy and love and sorrow followed the chosen group as they traveled across Lamerion at the behest of the Goddesses. They touched all whom they met for their love and dedication toward one another, regardless of race, had not been seen or experienced for many generations. From them other Faer learned to see strength and substance in those around them and began to follow the example set before them by the family that loved beyond the bounds of race…
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ISBN: 9781483692449
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