As the Saysuhn of White deepens, Anthea finds herself in Uleaut lands. A young hunter named Tuari tries to teach them their ways, so they might survive in their harsh, frozen land. This becomes the setting for trials and doubts. Each of them questions their purpose even as the Gods give them nudges in the direction they should go. Back in the Broken Crown, Corydon battles with madness and long lost spirits. His general, Illias, begins a campaign of destruction and terror meant to bring the Kerathi to their knees. Iago, the Grand Helion's chief advisor, sits like a spider in a web of spies, trying to broaden the scope of the conflict until it engulfs the entire world. Even the Ox-Men are not still: they labor at restoring Bedros, for he is key in their plans to reshape the world once more, and the cost might be beyond what anyone could imagine.
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