Witch in the Woods

Witch in the Woods

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Series: Rise Of The Grandmaster, Book 11
Genre: Lit-RPG
Tags: LITRPG STAND ALONE, Rise Of The Grandmaster
Publisher: LMBPN Publishing
Publication Year: https://lmbpn.com

Making it past the Royals was tough, but the Blue Dagger Society made it to their audience with the King.

Note: This book was previously published as part of the megabook The Eyes of Prophecy.

If only things were as easy as asking him for the artifact and returning to save Eternia.

The King has been cursed by the evil witch Isadora. The Crown Prince agrees to help the adventurers, but only if they can find a way to save the King and kill the witch.

Things got harder for the Blue Dagger Society when they hit level twenty without taking their class change quests. To have any hope of defeating the witch, they must to take the time to finish their personal quests.

Each of the brave adventurers goes off on their own quest to obtain their new class.

New classes for the adventurers mean new skills and abilities, along with even more ass-kicking capabilities. Powered up, the group comes together to take on Isadora in her forest fortress.

If they free the King from her curse, the stone of Immoritis will be theirs and the Goddess Eternia will be restored to power in time to save the kingdom from Vitaria’s wrath.

If they fail, the Kingdom of Eternia and the Etheric Coast are doomed to fall to the Dark Goddess.

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About the Author
Bradford Bates

with Michael Anderle

About Bradford Bates
Bradford Bates is a full-time author, husband to an incredible wife, and father to four furry rescue dogs. He lives in sunny Phoenix Arizona, trying not to melt in the oppressive heat of the summer. When he isn't busy writing the next book, you can find him playing video games, and watching scary movies.

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