3-Page Previews: Sam Medina’s Darkfell

In Darkfell, a half-elven seer raised by the ogres of the Dark Fells is caught in an ancient conflict between magic and technology when it is discovered that the Fetters of Wizardry are more than just a legend. Darkfell is a blend of epic fantasy and science fiction in a world where magic and technology have, for good or ill, begun to mix. The present storyline goes 70 years into the past to the incident which sets in motion the events that lead to the discovery of the Fetters.

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In Return to Moonshadow, Katarina the Dragonslayer tracks a horse thief nearly to the village from which she was once taken and sold as a slave 12 years ago. Upon arriving at a nearby tavern, she finds a land dragon wearing a saddle and decides to confront the person responsible for humiliating such a noble creature, only to find herself face to face with the legendary assassin known as the Grey Ghost.

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Katarina recruits Gladden and a dragon he’s ‘hired’ to help her liberate Moonshadow, only to find that Gladden’s approach to the problem of a garrison full of Harkad soldiers seems to lack subtlety.

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Katarina, Gladden, and Camber the land dragon head to an old Pelethite combat supply bunker, which had had a curse laid onĀ  its locking mechanism. Gladden decides that this is best handle through careful lockpicking… with an absurdly large sword.

For more information about Sam Medina, Darkfell and more of Sam Medina’s indie creations check out the following links:

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  1. Posted July 7, 2012 at 11:42 am | Permalink

    Sam’s work looks great! Nice to see an indie like “Darkfell” get some coverage and exposure!

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