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By Richard Baker

After 100 years, Jack Ravenwild—thief, sorcerer, scoundrel, and unintentional hero—is published from a mystical confinement, in basic terms to fall into the fingers of the marquise Dresimil Chûmavh, ruler of an exiled drow extended family who sees a chance in Jack.
 
Through guile and subterfuge, the wily Jack escapes the drow to find a brand new international ready in his outdated stomping grounds, Raven's Bluff, a urban both abounding in fortune and probability. regrettably for Jack, he's top at stirring up the latter. His former archenemy the Warlord Myrkyssa Jelan is at huge, and she or he is not the style to forgive and fail to remember. And worst of all, the drow should not performed with Jack they usually suggest to get him back.

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Who’s there? ” the previous servant demanded. “Show your self! ” “There isn't any have to worry, Edelmon. it's only I,” Jack acknowledged wearily. “Master Jack, i urge your pardon, sir. i presumed you have been out for the night, and didn't listen your go back. ” Edelmon glanced on the open closet door and the piles of garments round Jack, yet stated not anything extra. “What is the hour? ” Jack requested. “A little after 3 bells within the morning, i feel, sir. ” “Very good. so long as you're up, please be so variety as to discover a bottle of whatever powerful and a tumbler. i'm a great deal short of a drink to regular my nerves. ” “Of path, sir. without delay. ” Edelmon lit the lamp by way of the door, then moved quickly off to fetch no matter what cordial or brandy he had convenient. Jack dropped his satchel to the ground, and sat down in a chair by means of the closet to tug off his boots. positive white sand poured out of every one as he pulled them off. “How lengthy prior to Tarandor notices my absence? ” he questioned. there has been an opportunity that the wizard didn’t intend to take away him from the wearing case until eventually he stood earlier than the mythal stone and used to be ready to magic Jack again into his encystment, that can be days but. Or he may money on Jack within the morning to brag a bit longer. Now that he thought of it, the rogue virtually wanted he will be there to work out the expression at the abjurer’s face whilst he chanced on that his rigorously ready entrapment had didn't carry Jack for even a unmarried day … yet that after all used to be demanding to reconcile with the will to prevent recapture. “I needs to provide a few cautious suggestion to precisely how i'm going to tell Tarandor of my freedom; reimbursement is due,” Jack mirrored aloud. yet which could wait a number of hours; he used to be all at once exhausted, doubtless from the exertion of lowering and lengthening his dimension a hundredfold during a unmarried day, and he might listen Edelmon returning. a robust nightcap, after which to mattress, he determined. Wizards, shadowy tomes, suspicious fathers … the next day to come will be quickly sufficient to untangle all of them. JACK DIDN’T STIR FROM HIS mattress till TEN BELLS within the morning. He trudged down the steps yawning, completely exhausted through the past due evening and his strange adventures. He’d spent no small period of time mendacity conscious as he grappled with the problem posed by means of Tarandor and his schemes, to little avail. it might be necessary to figure out how precisely Tarandor meant to come back him to his confinement within the wild mythal, yet Jack couldn't reflect on the way to do this properly if in reality the Guild itself sanctioned Tarandor’s severe measures. Wizards can be a bureaucratic and rigid lot now and then, and he couldn't ensure that the Guild may interfere on his facet rather than Tarandor’s. He could possibly locate somebody to function a go-between to dealer a few type of truce with the guild, yet anyone he dispatched in that potential may perhaps simply be charmed or ruled and grew to become opposed to Jack. “Perhaps it's time I retired,” he suggestion aloud as he sat all the way down to his breakfast—now a truly traditional plate of toast with butter and jam and a chilly mug of espresso.

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