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Thursday, December 1, 2016

Prophesy of the Month: a riddle in rhyme December 2016



Riddle in Rhyme: In duty shunted to the shore, To sighted land for coming war... Prophesy of the Month December 2016: from Broken, Book II of the TotKW Saga by D.N.Frost http://www.dnfrost.com/2016/12/prophesy-of-month-riddle-in-rhyme.html
In Broken, 24 prophesies encode the secrets of the upcoming TotKW Saga.


See the full codex at DNFrost.com/prophesy.


Can you decode
the future Tales of the
Known World
?


Gynlen Njyae Dynde VI
1:2:3:4/13, 7:3:2 IX
V 3:1:4:6/5, III:IX


The prince is born on builder's reef
To father's word and mother's grief
In duty shunted to the shore
To sighted land for coming war

His advent clears the palace house
Who dynasty and truth espouse
While prophesy of import lost
Defies the dead at deadly cost

Across the waves the daemons sail
Beneath the waves a bloody trail
As rushes prince to father's side
To sacred truth of time abide.

This prophesy was said 32 years before Broken takes place, and it is referenced within the story as Tirrok explores the circumstances of his birth on his quest to the world of the merfolk. Where is the builder's reef, and what prophesy of import lost do you think this portent heralds?

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  1. This prophesy was said 32 years before Broken takes place, and it is referenced within the story as Tirrok explores the circumstances of his birth on his quest to the world of the merfolk. Where do you think the builder's reef is, and what prophesy of import lost do you think this portent heralds?

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