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5th Jan '12 3:13:08 AM BowsertheSecond
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''Aetherian Corona'' is a fantasy series created by BowserTheSecond, that originated from a game he used to play as a child.

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''Aetherian Corona'' is a fantasy series created by BowserTheSecond, that originated from a game he used to play as a child.
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Another volume, titled ''Origins'', covers the backstory Aetheria as a nation, as well as the group of royals who founded the kingdom a thousand years before the main story's beginning.

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Another volume, titled ''Origins'', covers the backstory Aetheria as a nation, as well as the group of royals who founded the kingdom a thousand 600 years before the main story's beginning.



* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father and [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite. Over the next thousand years, he has killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]

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* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father and [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite. Over He subjugated an entire island, hiding it away from the next thousand years, rest of the world just so he has killed many civilians could feed of its citizens and stay alive for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.600 years until the prophecy came true.]]
4th Oct '11 9:50:40 PM BowsertheSecond
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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, son of Prince Raktos, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Raktos and his friends.

Volume one, titled ''The Aetherian Prince'' covers Raktos’ plight to save his kidnapped son, travelling across Aetheria to save him.

Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Raktos made during volume one, asking Raktos and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark turn for the series. The Arbiter himself appears at Raktos’ family palace and attacks. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.

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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, Serpens, son of Prince Raktos, Animo, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Raktos Animo and his friends.

Volume one, titled ''The Aetherian Prince'' covers Raktos’ Animo's plight to save his kidnapped son, travelling across Aetheria to save find him.

Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Raktos Animo made during volume one, asking Raktos Animo and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark darker turn for the series. The Arbiter himself appears at Raktos’ family Animo's palace and attacks. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.
18th Aug '11 2:43:05 AM BowsertheSecond
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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, son of Prince Kasa, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Kasa and his friends.

Volume one, titled ''The Aetherian Prince'' covers Kasa’s plight to save his kidnapped son, travelling across Aetheria to save him.

Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Kasa made during volume one, asking Kasa and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark turn for the series. The Arbiter himself appears at Kasa’s family palace and attacks, chasing the group to the south-western forest. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.

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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, son of Prince Kasa, Raktos, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Kasa Raktos and his friends.

Volume one, titled ''The Aetherian Prince'' covers Kasa’s Raktos’ plight to save his kidnapped son, travelling across Aetheria to save him.

Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Kasa Raktos made during volume one, asking Kasa Raktos and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark turn for the series. The Arbiter himself appears at Kasa’s Raktos’ family palace and attacks, chasing the group to the south-western forest.attacks. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.



* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father, [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite, and ordered his father Ophiuchus be assassinated. Over the next thousand years, he has killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]

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* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father, father and [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite, and ordered his father Ophiuchus be assassinated.spite. Over the next thousand years, he has killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]]]
* LightIsNotGood: The Sunstalker clan wield light magic and protect the Light Weaver's resting place until his scheduled resurrection.



* SealedEvilInACan: The Light Weaver hid his spirit inside [[spoiler: the Mask of Endix]] to ensure he survives in time for the prophecy to unfold.



* TinTyrant: The Arbiter wears a full suit of armor, in order to [[spoiler: prevent himself from falling apart, as his rotting body is held together by magic.]]
* WeCanRuleTogether: Atropos tries this on [[spoiler: his son, Talos. He refuses, and takes on Atropos mano a mano.]]

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* TykeBomb: [[spoiler: Talos]] was raised to be a vessel for The Light Weaver.
* TinTyrant: The Arbiter wears a full suit of armor, in order to [[spoiler: prevent himself from falling apart, as his rotting body is held together by magic.]]
* WeCanRuleTogether: Atropos tries this on [[spoiler: his son, Talos. He refuses, and takes on Atropos mano a mano.
]]
14th Feb '11 2:41:37 AM BowsertheSecond
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* TinTyrant: The Arbiter wears a full suit of armor, in order to [[spoiler: prevent himself from falling apart, as his rotting body is held together by magic.]].

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* TinTyrant: The Arbiter wears a full suit of armor, in order to [[spoiler: prevent himself from falling apart, as his rotting body is held together by magic.]].]]
14th Feb '11 2:41:33 AM BowsertheSecond
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* AvengingTheVillain: After Crux was overthrown, his son Endix tried to carry out his father's wishes against Ophiuchus. He failed, [[spoiler: though his descendants, the Sunstalkers continue to campaign against the Aetherian royal family to this day.]]



* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father, [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite, and ordered his father Ophiuchus be assassinated. Over the next thousand years, he then killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]

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* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father, [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite, and ordered his father Ophiuchus be assassinated. Over the next thousand years, he then has killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]



* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler: Serpenter and Parthena.]]

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* LukeIAmYourFather: [[spoiler: Talos is the son of Atropos.]]
* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler: Serpenter and Parthena.]]
* TinTyrant: The Arbiter wears a full suit of armor, in order to [[spoiler: prevent himself from falling apart, as his rotting body is held together by magic.]].
* WeCanRuleTogether: Atropos tries this on [[spoiler: his son, Talos. He refuses, and takes on Atropos mano a mano.
]]
5th Feb '11 5:57:25 AM BowsertheSecond
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3rd Feb '11 4:32:37 AM BowsertheSecond
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* CompleteMonster: The Arbiter. He kidnapped a child solely to antagonize the father, [[spoiler: murdered his brother Serpenter out of spite, and ordered his father Ophiuchus be assassinated. Over the next thousand years, he then killed many civilians for their soul energy to sustain his own life force.]]
3rd Feb '11 4:17:05 AM BowsertheSecond
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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, son of Prince Kasa, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Undying Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Kasa and his friends.

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Set on the island kingdom of Aetheria, Belphos, son of Prince Kasa, is kidnapped by the minions of an enigmatic villain called “The Undying Arbiter”. This kick-starts a series of adventures and conflicts for Kasa and his friends.



Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Kasa made during Volume One, asking Kasa and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark turn for the series. The Undying Arbiter himself appears at Kasa’s family palace and attacks, chasing the group to the south-western forest. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.

Another volume, titles ''Origins'', covers the backstory Aetheria as a nation, as well as the group of royals who founded the kingdom a thousand years before the main story's beginning.

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Volume two, ''Sunstalkers'' is about Lord Talos, a friend Kasa made during Volume One, volume one, asking Kasa and his friends to help find an artefact called the “Mask of Endix”. However, Atropos, patriarch of a clan called the “Sunstalkers” has his sights set on the mask, as well as the Aetherian throne.

Volume three, ''The Undying Arbiter'' takes a dark turn for the series. The Undying Arbiter himself appears at Kasa’s family palace and attacks, chasing the group to the south-western forest. The group escapes, and set out to discover the true identity of the Arbiter.

Another volume, titles titled ''Origins'', covers the backstory Aetheria as a nation, as well as the group of royals who founded the kingdom a thousand years before the main story's beginning.



* AllThereInTheManual: ''Origins'' covers the backstory of Ophiuchus and Serpenter. [[spoiler: As well as Penumbra's descent into madness and becoming the Undying Arbiter.]]

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* AllThereInTheManual: ''Origins'' covers the backstory backstories of Ophiuchus and Serpenter. [[spoiler: As well as Penumbra's descent into madness and becoming the Undying Arbiter.]]
* CloudCuckoolander: Talos.
* LiquidAssets: [[spoiler: The Arbiter absorbs soul energy, which is how he has survived for a millenia.]]
* StarCrossedLovers: [[spoiler: Serpenter and Parthena.
]]
3rd Feb '11 4:08:10 AM BowsertheSecond
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Another volume, titles ''Origins'', covers the backstory Aetheria as a nation, as well as the group of royals who founded the kingdom a thousand years before the main story's beginning.



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* AllThereInTheManual: ''Origins'' covers the backstory of Ophiuchus and Serpenter. [[spoiler: As well as Penumbra's descent into madness and becoming the Undying Arbiter.]]
3rd Feb '11 3:59:03 AM BowsertheSecond
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