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Posted by JC Lamont

Prophecy of the Heir
where the dead breathe and the immortal die

The fate of Time rests in the prophecy of a coming Heir -- one who can break the curse of death. The dark lord, Hashatan, gathers the forces of darkness in a murderous quest to prevent his brith. All that stands between Hashatan and annihilation of the Heir's ancestral line is Michael, a vigilante warrior forced to choose between loyalty and love.

Michael (protagonist), commander of the Malakim army, feels torn between protecting the Ancestral Line and influencing Sheolites to defect. Reckless and impulsive, he often allows his heart to influence his decisions.

Gavriel (protagonist), is the brusque-manntered lieutenant commander whose stoic demeano creates rifts between him and his commander. Never allowing his emotions to hinder his judegement, he considers caring for mortals to be an unnecessary grief.

The Prince (protagonist), son of King Elyon and Captain of the Malakim army, appears mysterious and eccentric. Writing dark, prophetic poetry in the seclusion of his private garden, he is devoted to his estranged bride and what he must do to rescue her from both Hashatan and herself.

Hashatan (antagonist), lord of Mortal-earth, is intent on claiming the throne of King Elyon as his own. Fueled by an intense desire to escape his predestined fate, he uses mortals as pawns in his game to attain Shamayim. He will stop at nothing in his quest to prevent the fulfillment of the prophecy and thus his infernal doom.

Marduk (antagonist), commander of the Shaityrim army, is consumed with seeking revenge against Michael for what he deems a betrayal of loyalty and friendship.

This entry was posted on 01 October, 2008 at Wednesday, October 01, 2008 . You can follow any responses to this entry through the comments feed .


JC, your characters seem very interesting. And your one line tag: Where the dead breathe and the immortal die....that's catchy!

So, did you decide to get the tattoo (on your sidebar, you took a poll)?

October 1, 2008 at 10:54 AM

No, I didn't get the tattoo. But not becuase I thought I would regret, but becuase if I get my dream of becoming a Bible Smuggler, i was afraid it might scream: Arrest Me, I'm a Christian!

October 1, 2008 at 10:59 AM

OH yes. A tattoo would do that! I have two big crosses. One on the left shoulder that says "He is risen" then a small cross that looks like two intersecting nails on my left wrist. I don't think I'd have the option to be a Bible Smuggler with those, huh?

I sure like the drawing's beautifuly done.

October 2, 2008 at 9:37 AM

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