THE MORKU DO I HATE, AND THEM WILL I DESTROY! Eldarendar, the terrible Heir of the Rings, has Ten of the Eleven that he needs. The Ring of Wisdom waits for him, beneath the Cidatel of Fairyland, guarded by the demonic Dweller in the Darkness, kwn only as He that Dwells Beneath. And after this is obtained, the Dark King still waits for the Heir beneath Lamentation Mountain. A mysterious archaeological dig is being carried out at Bialowieza Forest National Park, with an unusual amount of armed guards. The Guides are suspicious, and as it turns out, rightly so. Commanded by the sinister and philosophical Shadow, they are actually agents of the American government, in quest for the fabled kingdom of Nordomba and the sapphire mountain upon its' borders, said to have existed right where the Forest w stands. Except the Forest is flat and swampy, and t at all mountaius. All of it has been explored at some time or ather. The only conclusion is that preternatural powers have concealed it from the world. Into the broodings of the agents march an army of Gardun-Houldu, led by the Sea Riders and the Eldarendar. The agents are greater than they, and take them all captive. Holding them in their scientific hells, the agents carry on dehumanizing experiments upon t only the Sea Riders, but the Heir as well. And you wonder why Eldarendar hates Men, the hateful Morku. When he obtains the last Ring, he will unleash the Wrath of Eldarendar upon the world of Men. Activating his imagination, Shadow breaches the barrier, laying bare Fairyland to the ravages of techlogy. Though the Elves and the fay-creatures put up a terrible fight, the power of Men is greater than they. TO KILL THE WORLD!
James Farrell is a local stonemason, farmer and writer in NW Connecticut. He has constructed mythologies for New England and redacted both Norse and Finnish mythologies, among his many literary undertakings. Currently his written works total 98, though this number will likely change as the years pass. Homeschooled, he is known to local children as Wizard and is chiefly renowned for being the only person in town to wear a straw hat in summer. Nicholas Farrell is currently in the seminary, having resigned the writing of his mythology of the Houldu to his brother James.