A family of three Father(Logan), daughter(Vivian), and son (Alexander) moved away from the rest of their family to live at Logan's old family home, however their change to life brought about even more sudden changes. They now find themselves in a newfound worldbattling for not only their freedom but for the freedom of this parallel world all while facing mounting dangers, new discoveries about themselves all alongside new friends.
Embark on a journey with Alissia beginning two centuries after the Supreme Primordial Death mysteriously disappeared. Humans have now obtained the ability to manipulate their spirit energy, signifying a new age, Alissia learns shocking secrets about herself and her family and must balance the responsibilities that come with that knowledge while also protecting what's important to her. Join Alissia and her team of Primordials as they discover their origins, form new bonds, and face threats like no other.
Death's Fury Synopsis:
Set in 3045, in an age where humans can accomplish enhanced feats through the use of their spirit energy, Alissia and Trik follow a lead that leads them to Death; the Primordial who's been missing for over two centuries. However, Death's not exactly what they expected and something's off about the way his previous incarnate died. Did these new troublesome Primordials have something to do with it? As Alissia digs deeper for answers she ends up with more questions and new problems. One thing's certain though. Her life's about to change forever.
Benjamin, a brilliant mind stuck in a mindless school, gets offered the opportunity of his dreams. A chance to study abroad in the new world. However, when he arrives in the growing town of Pigeon Forge, Tennessee, he soon learns of a dark secret lurking in the mountains. A secret he will go to any length to uncover.
I was reading about some mythological creatures and came across this guy, I wont say cause it would spoil the story. Ive heard so much about this creature and absolutely fell in love with my ideas for this story so, here I am.
I hope you guys enjoy it!
All you have heard about the grim-reaper is true.
I have seen it.
Do you want to see it too?
Eppirus was a realm full of wonder, inhabited with strange and beautiful creatures, each belonging to a defined nation. For centuries each nation took pride in their genetic skills, whether that was morphing a limb into complete crystal, or using enhanced senses as a humanoid of the sky. No matter the nation, each thought of their own kind as superior to the rest, resulting in minimal contact between nations. However, this belief system was growing less and less popular among the younger generations, especially for Tavren, a Trytus species, and the prince of the water kingdom of Azuris. Despite his father’s protests, Tavren fell deeply in love with a commoner from the neighboring nymph kingdom, and chose the beautiful nymph Lilias to be his wife and future queen. Because of his “dishonoring of tradition”, the Trytus elders and officials lost their respect for the newly wed prince. Two years later the King fell ill and passed away, and as soon as Tavren took the throne, the kingdom divided. Those who saw intermarriage as harmless fled from those who sought an end to the disrespect of tradition, and war broke out within the kingdom, even within the King’s own warriors. As the battle continued, the new King Tavren and Queen Lilias took their two-year-old son to the nearby nymph kingdom of Kyndileaf to ensure his safety, and then returned to fight. But as the war escalated, the Queen lost her life. The King - in his devastation and grief - abandoned his people and fled, but feeling great cowardice, the King was too ashamed to face his son, in fear of the boy resenting him. So, the King hid in the forest, watching his son grow up from a distance, never knowing whose blood he carried. As for Azuris, the people who stayed selected a new king and the kingdom became stiffly religious. The people’s value for tradition outweighed their desire for happiness, so they lived on in their pursuit of perfection, not sure if an "acceptable" alternative even existed.
The school was build during the dark ages, but at that time it was a castle. A castle full of dark magic, dark creatures, and an even darker secret. But the most interesting thing about the castle, is that no human remains we're found inside. There were no beds, no food, no plates, and no furniture. The only things remaining were animal bones that were not from the Animal Kingdom we know of.
Millenniums later, the castle was refurbished into the mysterious boarding school it is now. Several unique students have just freshly enrolled in the school that semester, and begin to unwind the secrets the school holds. From the overly creepy head master, to the small changes in staff every few months, the new students need to figure out what is going on, who is behind this, and who, or WHAT, they can trust.
The Princesses' lives had never been easy. Courtesy of the curse inflicted upon them since the day they were born as triplets.
They each got demons living inside them, tailing them anywhere, and whose sole purpose is to make their lives a living mess.
As if that was not enough, they each had to hide their curse and get married to complete strangers in arranged marriages the king and queen subjected them into, for the sake of the kingdom.
How will things play out?
Will their curse came in handy after all?
What about the mysteries that were about to lurk around the castle?