The Divine Deception

by Thomas Ferkol

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As much as outer states attempt to quarantine the undead "disease" of the miasma, its presence only seems to spread with the fanatical necromancers from Alacastor. Yet within the state, life continues as though little has changed. Under the Congregation of Mortis, Alacastor's structure has been retained, and its living citizen's lives left largely untouched, their ordinary days only intruded upon by the return of the dead and an inability to die themselves. Only at the hand of Mortis can they do so, for it was Mortis' gift to humanity that they need no longer know the finality of death. Mortis, the God of Death, the Living Truth spreads its blessings to the world but only to those who are first blessed by its holy magic...

Annette, a living but "blessed" mage from outside Alacastor, seeks understanding as forces throughout the state manipulate and toy with her in some grand purpose. Her only allies are her silent protector Corvus and the disgraced necromancer Erik as the whole of Alacastor seems to twist and conspire in seeking her favor for reasons unknown, especially to her. Meanwhile the earth below their feet continues to weaken and scar as Mortis' increasingly radiant light casts darker and darker shadows upon it.

(Includes two bonus tracks!)

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released September 13, 2014

Art by Nic Carey
Music by Thomas Ferkol

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Thomas Ferkol St Louis, Missouri

Thomas "Eidolon Orpheus" Ferkol composed music for popular webcomics "Homestuck" and "Bravemule," as well as numerous fan works and commissions for internet content creators.

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