A Rising Knight: Vol1, Issue 2. A year has passed since Vlad took up the mantel of the Wraith and he has become Infamous. Now he's looking for something more and has to make a deal to get it.He was a killer by fifteen, a warrior by sixteen, a revolutionary by seventeen, a legend by eighteen, he won't live to be nineteen. The story continues. A year has passed since Vlad took up the mantel of the Wraith and he has become Infamous. Now he's looking for something more and has to make a deal to get it.A Rising Knight: Vol1, Issue 2 - Negotiator is a free full second issue from the first volume of an anthology short story series chronicling the journey of a half wizard living in New York. The first volume covers the start of the three journeys he will take to becoming the most hunted wizard in history. Taking place one year after the events of issue 1, Negotiator Introduces us to the wider world around Vlad and the role he plays in it.Back matter in the full version features a galley containing sketches by the author and cover artist as well as full versions of all three variant covers.Excerpt:Sending Rocco told him something. A negotiator like him was going to try and work out the best deal he could. He wasn't stupid enough to try and force something through. Not with Vlad anyway. What it meant was that while the Head of the Thorned Rose might want something, she wasn't willing to deliberately antagonize him to get it. If he said no, it would be dropped. But if he did that he would lose the chance to acquire the record. Or, at least, the chance to acquire it without starting a war between himself and the syndicate."And what price does your Head think would be equitable?" Now that he'd given him a way out, Rocco visibly relaxed. Stuck between a Knight and a Head was not an enviable position."The Head would like you to retrieve an item from the personal residence of Glendon Wolfchain.""You mean she wants me to steal something out of lord councilor Glendon Wolfchain's private collection in Flamméternelle. I'm not a thief Rocco." Not a professional one anyway. Trafficking Ash was one thing, but theft was something else. Not that he had a moral objection, but it was a better bargaining position act like he did.
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May 22, 2012
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