Ki-axi is the spirit of the dwindling forests of her world. She protects that which cannot protect itself.
Dungeon and Dragons
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The planet Minides is littered with the detritus of a civilization long gone. The inhabitants live alongside these ruins unaware of their origin. When a mysterious woman falls from the sky, ancient beings awaken with renewed purpose. From beyond the stars, a war is coming.
Long ago, a civilization was bent on reaching for the stars. Unbeknownst to them, dwellers from afar, more advanced and powerful, kept watch in intergalactic silence.
Who struck first remains a mystery, but the war that ensued came swiftly and so ruthless with spite that it struck down the lesser evil in the blink of an eye.
Cast down and defeated, the lesser race retreated to a place once called home. On the brink of extinction, they surrendered to desolate times.
Over tens of thousands years, the destruction of their world has passed into legend. The inhabitants have forgotten the circumstances of their downfall, forced to rebuild in a pre-industrialized society.
The watchful eye has not forgotten. As these civilizations meet again, so begins STARSEED.
On The Run
When a mysterious accident claimed the life of his mentor, Robin was blamed and forced into exile. He wanders the countryside as an outlaw trying to understand what happened on that fateful day.
Kimbana is one of the last members of an ancient cult specializing in the art of healing. The practice involves a ritual that requires a special type of flower as well as the ‘breath of a dragon’. The ritual produces an artifact capable of healing any ailment.
Naturally, this power is widely sought after. Almost all of the remaining members of the cult have fled into hiding and their numbers have dwindled over the centuries.
The Candle Dragon
The door of the abandoned shack burst open. June rushed in quickly followed by Robin who shut the door behind them. June surveyed the interior. It was dark inside with the exception of a faint flickering coming from the next room over. Robin darted to the window. June went to investigate the flickering light.
“How strange…” said June. She was staring at a creature on an old wooden table. It was a small, scaly thing with a long neck and tiny wings folded against its back. The tiny lizard was arranging candles around itself lighting them in turn with its fiery breath. “What is it doing?” she asked.
“That’s a candle dragon,” said Robin glancing over his shoulder. “You find them in abandoned homes and camps. They like to make nests out of leftover candles. They light the wick and lay their eggs in the hot wax.” He turned to look out the window. “I think we lost them,” he said. “We should take shelter here tonight.”