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Voyage of the Mourning Dawn
Eberron: Heirs of Ash, Book 1
Marcella Rose Sciotto
Spieldauer: 10 Std. und 24 Min.
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young street thief finds herself embroiled in a quest to find a powerful super-weapon thought lost during the final days of the Last War. She's never known anything but the dingy streets of her own city, but she is taken in by the crew of the airship "Mourning Dawn" and soon finds herself in strange lands filled with wonders and horrors beyond her wildest dreams.
Ashrem's Legacy...a powerful relic of the Last War lost for ages. Now it is found. But will it bring about the world's salvation or destruction? As the heirs of Ashrem struggle to gain control of the Legacy, the ultimate end to their quest may be taken from them, as the great dragons of far Argonnessen enter the struggle. On a far distant shore, the fate of the world will be decided.
Some say it was a super weapon, some a portal to other worlds. Whatever the truth, all know that the Legacy disappeared on the Day of Mourning. But now Ashrem's heirs have unearthed clues of the Legacy's whereabouts, and the hunt is on. Some want to use the Legacy to bring about a new age. Others want to destroy it before it shatters the fragile peace in a world that is trying to put war behind it. But others find their fate caught in Ashrem's Legacy, and in the frozen lands of the far north, they'll have to find a way to stay alive before they can save the world.
Leigh Tiller has just been kidnapped. The beautiful, ineffably cool New York socialite is being held by a group of mentally ill terrorists who've demanded millions in ransom from Leigh's wealthy father. There's just one problem: Kip Tiller doesn't want Leigh back. He wants her dead. And he's hired The Serologist - a psychotic, patchwork-scarred hit man - to make sure it happens. Leigh's unlikely savior is Laser Mechanic, the coolly brilliant leader of the guerrilla art collective, Strategic Art Defence.