Goliath and Brazeedas

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  • Published: 25 Feb 2013
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Goliath had his city torn to shreds after Brazeedas of Athens stole it's resources. He embarks on a quest to take revenge, enlisting the help of his friend Septimus. But with the Gods watching and not in their favour, why did Brazeedas attack Sparta? And what secrets does his wife have? Monsters and fairytales roam as the Gods unleash hell on the one who doesn't pray...


1. Athens and Sparta

Brazeedas’s beautiful, sweet, village was full of laughing children and joyful people, was buzzing with life, whereas Goliath’s town, a wreck of decapitated houses, ash flying around like wasps, and overall buzzing with the darkness and despair of a defeated army, crushed and sewn into history as everlasting failures, was hostile. Blood leaked out of slit throats, and the wounded lay dying in despair and pain. Temples had fallen, and the Gods did not care for the town that was hurt, but only for the so-called hero with the easy life of beauty and gold. Goliath would take what Brazeedas took, and give him what he left behind.

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