Raydorn: The Valkyrie and the Frost

An axe that resembles the weapon used by one of the main characters in Raydorn.
The ax of the Frost – Image by Valerii Iavtushenko from Pixabay

Written by Christopher Knighton. Edited by Joe Heap.

Genre: Dark Fantasy, Action. Synopsis: This is a fantasy world, with countries inspired by medieval fantasy, African tribes, and ancient Rome. Here, the adventure begins with a story about a group of outcasts coming together, believing they’re saving the mighty country, Raydorn. Little do they know, heroes known as the Valkyrie and the Frost are but pawns in the petty hands of their rivaling gods.

Firstly, the Valkyrie is a hero of Raydorn, one of its elite warriors among its magical Stormguard. Carrying on her mother’s legacy, she must come face to face with the son of her mother’s killer and desire for revenge.

Then there is the Frost, an outcast among his tribe. His father a fallen war chief, and his mother a foreign outsider. Once a cherished child of prophesized prosperity, now the child of doom. His powers have staved off his death long enough for him to travel to his mother’s homeland of Raydorn, and there he will find out why his mother never returned.

Warning: Raydorn: The Valkyrie and the Frost contains graphic violence in its chapters. There are cultures inspired by others both real and fictional, with an aim for believability and originality. It also contains mild sexual content and a positive view of an open-relationship lifestyle. Above all, we welcome criticism of writing style or how things are framed incorrectly. Criticism of someone’s culture or lifestyle in itself is not.

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Chapter 2

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