Argos: Birds of Legend

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Status: Finished  |  Genre: Fantasy  |  House: Booksie Classic
A world where the moon and sun reside on their own sides creating three lands separated by the Light, Dusk, and Darkness. Four strangers embark on a quest to find the birds of legend that are said to be tightly connected to the phenomena.

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Argos: Birds of Legend

Submitted: January 10, 2012

A world where the moon and sun reside on their own sides creating three lands separated by the Light, Dusk, and Darkness. Four strangers embark on a quest to find the birds of legend that are said to be tightly connected to the phenomena.

After stealing a small bag of coins and gems to escape from the city, as the toll of outsiders who've entered is extremely high in order to leave the high walls of the city. Buddas and Squantos escape onto the rooftops of the buildings in the city of Lajarm, residing in the light area, where they slip into a secret crevice in the wall. After introducing his partner, Squantos, Buddas falls asleep where he dreams of the night when his parents were murdered and the man with the emblem of a face with four horns protruding behind it. Awakening he notices the crevice where he slipped through is being breached and before having a chance to react hands are upon him. After talking to Dunts, the General of the Lajarm Guards, Buddas escapes with Squantos as he scales the wall surrounding the city and with Squantos, jumps down into the moat where they both receive minor injury as the walk to a small town in the Dusk lands. During their stay Buddas haggles with a gem seller for a few extra coins and is tangled in a fight inside the local Tavern.

Also, the quotations "" around the text of Buddas and Squantos mean that they are not speaking aloud but in their minds with a form of telepathy they have, over time, came to understand.
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