“'Crach Ffinnant' The Prophecy”—It’s 1375 and the Welsh people have been “long chastised, ridiculed and ruled by the English...their hearts, heavy with doom. A great prince is waiting in the wings, not yet ready to rule but well placed to do so. He knows not at this time the destiny written for him but will awaken to come forth when the heavens decree, leading the down-trodden people to freedom.” A dwarf named Crach listens respectfully as his master relates the prophecy but wonders what it has to do with him, “a small man in a much bigger world!” That’s when his master, an aging wizard named Llwyd ap Crachan Llwyd tells Crach his apprenticeship of ten years is over and he must go on a long journey to the land of the accursed English where he will ultimately serve the future prince of Wales and fulfill his destiny according to the prophecy. Crach panics and protests.
“Calm yourself, Crach,” Master spoke softly. “Do you honestly think I would send you on such a journey without all that you need to do what you must do? Keep your eyes on the heavens. A solution exists for every problem and it’s always a simple one. Justice always prevails. It is the way of all things!”
The world of Bri’al is a very dangerous place to be as wars are raging all over the planet. As the wars escalate, no place is safe, not even the Temple of Light in the Boiling Seas. This previously impenetrable fortress was once home to the strongest warriors and brightest wizards known to Bri’al and offered sanctuary to those in need. Now it lies in ruin. Among those visiting the temple during an all-out attack is the sister of Milea Sirus, Sorceress of Selvast Forest. Milea receives a sudden and distressed communication from Maya through the mirror but it ends abruptly.
Milea knows she has no time to waste in getting to her twin. However, her mystical means and other speedy forms of travel are cut off and she has no choice but to travel by boat. This journey is risky in itself and normally would take months. However, Milea obtains a mystical ship that can get her to her destination in weeks. Now, she must find a daring captain to travel to the Boiling Seas and face unknown dangers along the way. However, little does Milea know that finding the captain is the very least of her troubles. The Voyage is an epic and thrilling adventure which proves even a sorceress will need to get by “with a little help from her friends