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Trent Rowen believed giving up smoking was suppose to be a healthy life choice and that he needed all the help he could get, but he began wondering after the nicotine patches began giving him extremely colorful dreams. Having vivid dreams while on nicotine patches is not unusual, but waking up bruised and battered after battling the minions of Dorga, the Fish Headed God of Death, was not something included in the prescription drug’s warnings.
Trent’s friends begin worrying about their buddy’s state of mind as he starts recounting visits to a dark and sinister world, where at the Crossroads Café he meets with a girlfriend long believed to be dead. Their skepticism is strained when Trent begins waking with items from his dream worlds. Worrying about Trent’s sanity turns to worrying about his life as strange and menacing denizen begin entering their own waking lives.
Private inquisitor Jak Barley is ready for some down time after battling Ghennison Viper Mages, being attacked by piss dragons, and fighting off priests of Dorga the Fished Headed God of Death. That is why Jak was not a bit amused to have a scruffy mage insist that he is to be one of a group of questers decreed in an ancient prophecy that must cross the icy Alf Mountains to foil the return of the Old Gods. To do so meant using a map all too heavily dotted with “Here Be…” warnings that read like an “Idiot’s Guide to Monsters.”
And why are Westian Lizard Wizards targeting young red-headed maidens and who is behind the numerous and bizarre attacks upon Jak? Once gain Jak finds himself saying, “I hate adventures.”