TWO DESTROYERS is a novel written by Eric Jackson. The first book is in a completed state and ready for final edits / publishing.
- One without magic;
- One that is an undying abomination;
- One that will cause the destruction of the world of Pange.
When Derrek Graymer finds himself cast into a world of magic, falling suns, and a goddess who grants him the power to cheat death itself, he must find a way to save a world that deems him a monster with nothing more than a rag-tag band drawn together by common threads: the Kingdom of Geldbane, its absentee king and the events surrounding a recent war between Geldbane and the desert nation of Dendarg.
The Main Party
- Derrek Graymer The Main Character
- Naida Holderin The Protector
- Tartagin Tolten The Travelling Priest
- Zammela Glemeis The Magician Extraordinaire
- Helgando Hush Barrington The Mercenary
- Kristoph Rupandil The Erdaki Nobleman
The Nations of Pange
- Geldbane — Fire and Water
- A stalwart nation based on progress and expansion. Geldbane is a Monarchy from the first days of written history in Pange. It is best known for it's sturdy cities and massive population. Their Crest is two dragons, one green one blue.
- Dendarg — Fire and Wind
- A recluse nation steeped in tradition and honor. Dendarg is a Republic set in the searing desert. They are well known for their unmatched Honor Bounds, master swordsmen known for their skill and temperance alike. Their Crest is a Black Scorpion.
- Erdak — Wind and Earth
- A once powerful nation sundered by a devastating natural disaster that wiped out a vast majority of it's population. It's people are known for their talent in the arts and natural beauty. Erdaki has become synonymous with grace and beauty.
- Aquan — Wind and Water
- Norill — Water and Earth
- Yulos — Fire and Earth
- Margus — Earth and Fire
- Fallen Hero: Many of the Dimanagulus before Derrek were this.
- Functional Magic: All humans in the world of Pange can use magic to a utilitarian level with two elements. It serves as basic technology an convenience in the world as well as some basic living condition improvements.
- Fire: Warmth — Purification, gets over diseases / ailments
- Water: Sustenance — Filtration, impurities can be flushed out of liquids.
- Wind: Communication — Filtration, impurities can be separated from the air.
- Earth: Sustenance — Hardiness, resists diseases / ailments
- "Groundhog Day" Loop: When Derrek dies, he is sent back to the last goddess statue he passes. This is the primary factor besides his lack of magic that identifies him as a Dimanagul.
- Trapped in Another World: Derrek is transported to a world called Pange. When the story begins he finds himself in the country of Geldbane.