Submitted by rlds on Sun, 09/22/2019
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The trio of the Globiuz fantasy

In writings everyone strives for better story, but more important is to have the better characters. Memorable factors that drive the novels to the niche of the cinema entertainment are the central figures.

Our friends

Crix, Legen and Binglow are the fantasy characters of the nooks of Globiuz, to be more precise, the folks of Norwin. Some of them are of the Elf type, others of the Paglot heredity and even the Cricken, the dwellers of the Amber Heights. Globiuz knows many races.

Not far from the fringes of Norwin the territory of independent and stout mountains is located, that's what people called it - the Torry Mountains. The region of the Paglot and the Black Dwarf rebels, who were never willing to succumb to the eliciting powers of Norwin and Blasard.

Many years the Torry has sustained its independence against the world of travelers, saboteurs and kingdoms, sheltering the pig-troll and the dwarfs...

The mountains of Norwin

Crix

He is a smart fellow, but humble when time comes to conquer the fear to defend himself. This young specie of the Cricken heredity is a good ambassador, keen collector and an examiner of various clues. He knows the way out of the dead-end, scrupulously sifting through every pebble on his way, he may see the true meaning others hide behind the words...

Binglow

A pigt-roll from the Torry Mountains, he was a good scout, until he was sent once to the pinnacle of the mountains to meet the Black Dwarfs in the First Light. He knew, his hooves were too heavy and clumsy for an intricate scout work. Binglow himself has a corpulent stout, but his benign, child-like character reveals an accurate person, ready to reach his hand to anybody around him...

Binglow Pig-troll Globiuz

Legen

The Green Elf from the North Droop, perhaps the 'darkest' of the bunch. So much of energy and efforts this man tries to exert for simple tasks. Sometimes he is the tendon of the gang, the leader of the intellectual challenges, but strives to keep the balance. Sometimes it's gold that drives him forward, the other time - it's plain despair. But Legen is a friend who finishes it no matter what, because he is surrounded with good friends...

The unification of the characters

When the First Light started, we thought it would be a book of wars, dark times, lost magic... where all will end forever, perhaps, will lead to a different sequel of its own. But the appearance of Binglow in the Torry Mountains, then Uriahn, the Black Dwarf, the Kazool tribesman named Zulta, and finally Crix and Legen themselves, in the final acts of being the messengers of peace, made it all believe in a new craft of the novel.

It all started in the First Light, because it meant to be the first book, but the composition unfolded, scraping out the unnecessary battalia nobody is interested these (or those) days and getting back to roots - to human understanding of the relationship, the value of the journey, and the hidden gems of Globiuz!