Heya! The second installment of Children of The Forgotten is now out. Ladies and gentlemen, I give you The Crucible
Children of The Forgotten: The Crucible
For his first tour of duty, newly commissioned ensign, Cornelius
Coleman, arrives on Ara to lead a platoon. There he finds life on the
rebel planet precarious at best; not only does he need to worry about
death by Arian Rebels, but he must also contend with the chaotic native
climate and—perhaps more importantly—the risk of getting fragged by his
own platoon, for Ara is on the imperial frontier where respect is law
and danger is everywhere.
Higher up the chain, Grand Commander Yhoto has troubles of his own.
Under his direction, the war against the Vrilkist is going poorly above
the confederate planet of Klandine. He knows the battle is lost, and
while logic tells him to retreat and regroup, pride and the risk to his
legacy prompts him to stay the course. As a consequence, tens of
thousands of imperials are being sent to the slaughter, despite the
pleas from his subordinates to pull the forces back.
Both Cornelius and Yhoto have obstacles to overcome; failure to do
so successfully may end in their deaths and that of the empire itself.
And little does Cornelius know but the failures Yhoto is cultivating on
the other side of the universe will have a devastatingly profound impact
on his own immediate future. He will be put through a crucible of fire
and death; if he makes it out he will be stronger than he ever was
before; if not…
Long Live The Empire
Where The Ascent was the calm before the storm, The Crucible is the storm. And speaking of The Ascent, it's currently free for the next day or so.
Children of The Forgotten: The Ascent
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