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Earth Eternal Expands History

Posted May 10, 2007 by Keith Cross

Earth Eternal Expands History

Iron Realms Entertainment has released chapters 16, 17, and 18 of the history of Earth Eternal, ther fantasy MMO set for releas some tome in the summer of 2007. These chapters detail the journey through Hell by the lich Salamanzar, and the Carpathian Wars.

Recently, in the deepest places of the Earth, where even the darkest and strongest spawn of evil hesitate to tread, Salamanzar had found what he sought: An ancient portal from the Lost Ages, leading to the realm he had sensed. He would leave very soon to explore this new realm and enslave whatever powers he could find there. Abidan was to remain behind and begin raising another army. The recent events had depleted the population of the UnderRealm, having first lost the Vampires and then broken their remaining forces in the war that followed.

With that, Salamanzar set out accompanied by a small contingent of liches. They ventured through the curious and ominous portal to discover whatever they would on the other side. Upon arriving within the new realm, they found themselves on a high plateau and were immediately assaulted by the smell of sulfur and brimstone. Lakes of fire and mountains of ash belching molten rock surrounded them, and the sky was black with roiling clouds of smoke.

Many strange and terrible beasts were to be seen in the plains and valleys rolling with fire, and they were attacked frequently. Salamanzar and his lich-sons destroyed rabid packs of Woe Jackals, and the Beast-like Izariel. They destroyed four-armed hulking monstrous Reavers and fought against magic-using demons called the Rum'el. They learned that they were in the realm called Hell, ruled by great powers that served no one but themselves. Salamanzar in his pride could never have imagined that the Beasts had been here first when the Thunder God Thor led the smith Regnin here to learn the secret of forging dragonsteel.

Salamanzar learned of Dagon, King of Hell, who ruled from his Inferno Fortress and of the great Princes and Dukes under him. Salamanzar rejoiced, for his creator, the Dark God Djall, had whispered to him of this place, and there was indeed great power to be found there. The power of Dagon and the Lords of Hell must be added to that of the Protolich's.

Read Chapter 16.

Read Chapter 17.

Read Chapter 18.

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