Chronomancer and the Time God: Death of a Paradise
Chronomancer and the Time God: Death of a Paradise
“Evil times haunted Zarethea.” So, the bard’s tale begins…Over a millennium since the God Wars ended, the world of Zarethea remains a battleground. Though the gods no longer walk the land, their discordant theocracies continue the war the deities once started. The Chronomancer, a mysterious sorcerer of unknown origin, threatens to plunge the world into a state of chaos and bloodshed by reviving Rael, the dark god of time.
 
Aleister, a young sorcerer from the magical kingdom of Mystas, finds himself tasked with preventing Rael’s return and saving the war-torn world. To succeed, he must lead three rival priests of warring theocracies on a mission to reach the mythical city of Cockaigne. Along the way, he must somehow prevent the kleptomaniac priest of freedom from robbing the party blind, restore the confidence of the fallen paladin of order, and help the peaceful priestess of neutrality discover her inner strength.Yet, inside Cockaigne, the mysterious paradise of eternal youth and joy, Aleister’s true test awaits. For beneath its seemingly peaceful façade dwells a divine evil which even Aleister’s powers might not be enough to stop.

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Genre: 

  • Adventure

Age Level: 

  • Any Age
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The story opens on a tranquil scene as a figure paddles through the rain. The person in question, a girl who goes by the name Alethea, arrives at a town near the water. She gets out of her boat and is greeted with hugs, kisses, and general appreciation that she has arrived—it turns out she is a bard. After being wrapped in blankets and showered with love, she is encouraged to tell a story, but not just any story.

In Chronomancer and the Time God, people live in a world filled with magic—where spells are flung, wine glasses fill of their own accord, and illusions are summoned. In this extraordinary land, one extremely talented man is sent on a quest for some of the wrongs he has committed in his lifetime. However, this is no ordinary quest. It is a quest assigned to people who are too well-known to be executed in the town square, but whose crimes cannot be disregarded like they could if it were just a stolen apple.

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