Fading World is a free graphic novel created by Ellirh Shaan.   

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Chapter III. Dim and Blazing.

Chapter is finished.

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Gertemar, the capital of the Yellow Valley where wisdom, knowledge and hopes gather. Shining city and impenetrable bastion, in filthy recesses of which dwell greed, foolishness and naivety of those who gambled their lives on a chance to find refuge. Are you aware how easy is it to turn your ancestors' treasures into ashes? Or to make a life's wealth out of one measly coin?

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Chapter II. Blooming and Wilted.

What secrets are hidden in darkness-blighted woods of the Valley? Why do people call en'hi "black fairies" and why does fear sometimes grant salvation? This history doesn't have any answers. There is only terror plaguing the one who has managed to leave the darkest thicket, yet has lost there his soul and his heart.

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Notice: full author comments for pages 70-76 are added to the lore page.

 
Chapter I. Living and Dead.

The last ar'the trade caravan of the expiring year almost reached its forest homeland, but sudden and certainly organized enemy assault sends everything downhill...
So whom the right to judge is granted? Who is to decide - who will survive, and who will never get home alive? Blind luck? Fate? Gods? Or, at last, mortals?

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