In The Mirror of Worlds, a small band of heroes embark on a quest to find an ancient artifact while battling dangerous enemies bent on destroying them. banished from
Stub Thunderslayer had no clue about the adventures that would befall him after he was
Crah Trum for insultingthe bullying clan chief Hador.Stub wandered alone through the cities of the land of Tarand in deep forest,heading ever northward toward the SerpentSpine Mountains when he met the half-elf Jaymes. The two formed an unlikely friendship when they were ambushed on a dark night by a band of goblins.
It would not be long before the
twocompanions became embroiled in an impending war between Tarand its northern neighbor, Morvis. Along the way, the ranks of their small group swelled with the addition of other adventurers, each with theirown agenda: Osamu, a pampered merchant’s son intent on proving his worth to his father; Brennus, a mysterious monk following a path set by his god; and Takezo Yofomu, a quiet-spokenswordsman from the distant islands of Tei-Whi who was seeking revenge against the order of assassins that butchered his family.
A call for mercenaries from the lord of Fort
Serpent’sSpine brought the adventurers together and sent them on a mission to investigate reports of goblins at a nearby abandoned quarry. This set off a chain of events drawing the band into a war and inciting the ire of a group of evil mages. After an apparent assassination attempt, the five friends began to investigate, but each discovery only uncovered more questions. Who was trying to kill the heroes, and why? What and where was the mysterious Mirror of Worlds and why was it so important? And finally, who was the maskedsorcerer riding on the beast made of mist?
Solving these riddles proved dangerous, but the quest ultimately brought to light a secret hidden from the world: Dragons had returned to the Oreth for the first time in hundreds of years. Nothing would ever be the same again.