Behemet is a 7ft bi-pedal wolf who goes off on his own science fiction adventure. He ha been given an arrangement with the daughter of a local tribe by his father. At first Behemet wants nothing to do with her but then an unbelievable thing happens. His planet gets invaded by these creatures in silver suits. They are hell bent on finding something that this daughter has. A medallion that once belonged to a race of beings only known as the Star Builders. Soon Behemet was entrusted with this heirloom. Behemet is soon after transported into a totally different world where he learns of an even more diabolical plot. One involving a mask that belonged to long thought legendary god named Damus. A mask is being looked for one that is thought to have the power of the shadows. With his young friend Walter in tote Behemet sets off to find the legendary mask of Damus, before an evil prince named Xavier Yanez Zuniga can get to it. Soon Behemet and Walker discover that Damus made it very hard to get to his mask but the forces of evil are looking for it at all ends. Can Behemet get through these trials of Damus stop the mask from falling into the wrong hands?
A power to see when you will die? Sounds pretty useless, right? Ember had this power all her life. She can see as the seconds of her life fade into the wind. Years, minutes and seconds constantly reminding her that life is not forever. But what if her timer is at zero and she's still breathing? What if the countdown of her life isn't her only power? What if the power that she desperately tried to keep dormant was forced to reveal itself? Will Ember let that power run freely through her veins? Or will she rather choose to continue breathing despite the zero in her clock? "We did it, hun. You can rest now."
11 Students wake up in a completely isolated building, with no way out, and no way to tell the time of day. They are forced to follow the rules of a "Killing Game' in order to earn their freedom, where murdering means a potential escape. From personal tensions and handpicked motivations, will they be able to find a way out before they all drop dead?
Savanto. From the moment of its creation up to its release to the public, players realized one thing—this game was dangerous. A game so massive it was considered an alternate reality by its critics, who could only wonder how software like this could be so complex and so intricate in its design so that players, in two years of exploring its overworld, have only uncovered 20% of its content? Enter Santiago, a young man who ventures into the world of Savanto seeking solace and contemplation after a hard breakup. And so, for the first time ever, a character is created in a place of the world not yet seen by players, in a faraway distant land called Mosasa. But his start is not one of heroism or stardom—he spawns as a slave. So begins the tale of the Warrior Servant.