The World of Paydunor
Paydunor: The Demon Stone
Sera has always been one of the commonfolk, quiet and industrious. But one day she discovers a shocking secret about herself, and realizes that she must embark on a journey that will take her to the very limit of civilization and beyond.
Erik grew up as the son of soldiers in a mercenary city, trained for the battlefield when he was just a child. Now a young man, skilled in the arts of combat, he is ready for the greatest assignment of his life. An assignment that will change him forever in ways he may never understand.
Evan is the crown prince of a kingdom full of demons ruled by an ancient human bloodline. He lives a privileged life of luxury as enslaved creatures tend to his every whim. But his own pride and vanity have set him on a collision course with the outside world.
These three lives converge as Paydunor is brought to the brink of war and plunged into chaos. It is a world of uneasy alliances and desperate betrayals, ebbing tides of love and power, forgotten lies and hopeless truths. And at the heart of it all: the demon stone
Paydunor: An Apprentice Eternal
A Play from the world of Paydunor 6M, 5W, extras as needed Queen Larrel is dying. The King passed many years ago. She never remarried nor had she any children of her own. In an effort to keep peace with the demon kingdom, she agreed to be the warden of her enemy’s daughter, Elisven (Ellie). She took the child as an infant and has grown to love her, as a mother would.
Now with the Queen’s time running out and Ellie coming of age to marry, she has called on the services of a great collector, a necromancer, a healer and an adventurer. Each of these great people have brought their own apprentices, two of which want Ellie’s hand in marriage. While this plays out, the Magistrate, behind the scenes, wants to rid the kingdom of Royal rule and banish the magic of this land.
Who else is in his employ? Is Ellie truly loyal to New Trale or is she bound by blood to the demon kingdom? And who is willing to die for revenge, for love, or for spite?