The Fall of Ithar - Kevis Hendrickson - ebook

The Fall of Ithar recounts the events of the great war fought to protect the last kingdom of Men from the dreaded legions of the Shadow-Kings. It is a tale of epic heroes and fearsome villains. Journey to a time when the gods walked among Men and heroes lived and died by their courage!The Fall of Ithar is a 4,240 word fantasy short story that takes you deep into the past of the magical world of Arva.

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This is a work of fiction. The events and characters described herein are imaginary and are not intended to refer to specific places or living persons. The opinions expressed in this manuscript are solely the opinions of the author and do not represent the opinions of any third-party publishers.

The Fall of Ithar

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Notes on pronunciation of character names:

â is pronounced as u in run.

Garâthos (Ga-RUH-thohs)

ê is pronounced as e in eat.

Garâthês (Ga-RUH-theez)

j is pronounced as y in yes.

Mjôrl-gâs (MYORL-guhs)

The Fall of Ithar

In ancient days when the race of Men had first come into the world, there were the Faranir, the fell gods of old, who had made war upon the children of the world and made them subject to their will. Men, too, fell under their dominion and suffered greatly. In those days, there was born to Garâthês, the king, a son. And he was hight Garâthos. Garâthês raised Garâthos to grow proud and to become a beacon of hope to Men. When Garâthos’ strength waxed, he sought to test his mettle and was of mind to seek the holy sword Valix. For he perceived that with such a weapon he would become a mighty foe to his father’s enemies.