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Dragon Rider

By: Timothy Ellis
Narrated by: Kevin T. Collins
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Bud is back, and he's finally in the Keerah war!

It is thought that back in the far past, the Dragon Host pillaged the galaxy. But something must have happened for them to lose everything they were.

Now they have a champion.

Someone who knew he had to bring back two genocide populations of dragon kin. A mage who leveled up in power by doing so.

The Imperium learned a hard lesson, and is moving forward. And Bud isn't as angry now.

The Keerah war goes on, and the dragons need training. But it seems there's one important thing needed to establish a true Dragon Host.

There needs to be a Dragon Rider.

©2023 Timothy Ellis (P)2023 Tantor

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