Chapter 2 ALECK

Chapter 2


(Lord of iLLumr)

Aleck Rivera finished putting the floor of the Cathedral down and stepped back to have a look. He was proud of how the lands were coming together nicely and glad that his neighbor Seraphina was easier to get along with than the neighbors on the bordering lands.

He had worked very hard on this territory and it showed. The land of iLLumr was mystical and very beautiful. It had been Aleck’s dream to create a land for all mystical beings. A place of peace where one could come and rest or just enjoy the beauty. Mere words could never describe the feeling of serenity the land of iLLumr gives you when you are there.

There are colorful trees that glow in the night and day, trees that sway in the gentle breeze. There are sparkling waterfalls, magical mushrooms, and a Cathedral with a floor that reflects all. The textures and colors are glorious.

There is a dance floor high in the sky for the merry makers, and a drum circle on the ground for those who want to be one with the earth. Indeed, iLLumr , in itself, is a mystical kingdom.

     Aleck gazed down at the mirrored floor looking at his refection. His hair was to the middle of his back and as dark as the night. His eyes sparkled of blue and he was tall and slender, but yet muscular built. He was a very handsome man indeed and all the ladies from kingdoms around competed for his attentions but these competitions were all in vain. His heart has been given to a lady from a far away land. He missed his Lady, but that is another story.

      Aleck was not immortal, but he had the ability to live a very long time. He had been adopted by Galidor, wizard of Valaxzar back before the Dark Vampyres had taken over the land. Upon the death of Galidor, he had found refuge among the people of iLLumr. The people there learned to love him and had made him their Lord. It is there that Arakax, the mighty warrior who no one could defeat, taught him how to battle. Arakax and Aleck became very good friends and were like brothers.

With the powers of wizardry and the skills of battle, Aleck was a very powerful man indeed,  beyond his own comprehension, and his destiny was just beginning.

   He had thought long and hard about joining his people with Seraphina’s people. He knew that uniting would make both sides stronger and save on resources. With the evil darkness that had come upon all the lands from kingdoms around, it was important for his people to grow their forces. 

He walked to the entrance of the Cathedral and looked out across the lands. He thought about what needed to be done with the groups and how he was going to organize everyone’s role to where the force of the groups would be the most strong. The Darkness was becoming more powerful with each passing day. He had no idea how he was going to even begin to defeat this powerful mass of foredoom, but with the help of the Royale Vamprye/Dragons.. now at least he has more hope than he had previously. He looked over to the castle and saw Seraphina standing there and he waved. She returned his wave and then she turned and walked back inside.

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