Stormtalons is an epic fantasy setting, and will have an epic lineup to go with it. Hundreds of novels, novellas, short stories, and gaming materials are planned for Stormtalons, and so this page has been created to help those who like to know what came after what else.
A general rule for Stormtalons, though, is that there is no real “way to read” Stormtalons. The books and short stories take place all over the world of Asmer, with a wide variety of characters from all walks of life. As such, there is very little “you have to read this before this, and this only after this”. But there are exceptions, like trilogies or other planned serial works, short stories associated with novels, and role playing game adventures tied to specific works.
This page will show not only the chronological order of release for each piece, but will also break out those trilogies and ongoing series from the wide variety of media that we will be producing for Stormtalons. Links to each work, including those sometimes hard to find short stories and one-off gaming modules, will be included.
And since TEGG works will never go out of digital print, you will always be able to find the content you want!
So rest assured in the knowledge that you have a ready map to the world of Asmer and all the glorious fiction coming your way in the coming years!
Words of Unbinding
by Ed Greenwood
Tanthalas is a crowded, stinking, dangerous place, but to Dustra, it’s home. And all of the world she’s ever known. She serves old Launtelle, an old woman who sells secrets for a living. And when you know too much, enemies swarm to you like moths to a flame. One of them is THE Big Foe, watching from afar like a malevolent stormfront: the Heirophar, the mysterious and all-mighty archwizard. Or is he? What does Launtelle know about him, that may doom her, and Dustra along with her? And who is the local vagabond everyone calls “Tavern,” really?
by Gregory A. Wilson
Book One of the Gray Assassin Trilogy
For ten years the assassin Grayshade has eliminated threats to the Order of Argoth, the Just God. The Acolytes of Argoth are silent and lethal enforcers of the Order’s will within the sprawling city of Cohrelle, whose own officials must quietly bow to the Order’s authority while publicly distancing themselves from its actions.
Now it will take all of Grayshade’s skill, intuition, and cunning to find the answers he seeks…if he can stay alive.
The Pirate King’s Daughter
by Dileep S. Rangan
Book One of the Jayasudhera Trilogy
Captain Gaita Chadbaram, of the deep water raider The Cat’s Paw, captures a merchant trader foolish enough to sail without flags of protection. On that trader, a strange monk fouls the air with foreboding and menace.
Little does Gaita know that she and crew will soon have to fight for the survival of a kingdom that will brand her as the Pirate King’s Daughter.
by AJ Hare
When a merchant in Tanthalas falls on the wrong side of…well…everybody, what will he compromise to survive?
The Ghost in the Stone
by Richard Lee Byers
Sarth Copperhorn thinks his young life is over. The most savage killers in the lawless city of Kordrove just murdered his family, and now they’re after him. When he hides in the half-buried ruin of an ancient castle, his odds of survival seem slim indeed!
Explore the ruins of the ancient port of Kordrove, meet one of the mysterious Hooded Ones, and see what happens when a wharf rat gains assistance from an unlikely (and not quite alive) source!
Flesh and Artifice
by Jaleigh Johnson
An artificer and a smuggler team up on a quest to save a dying wizard who tells three very different but equally fantastic versions of his life story. He could be mad, or a liar, or both. In order to heal him, the companions must travel to a mysterious isle where the most dangerous magics are sought and discarded, and the only law is survival.
What is the secret of the crow-winged madman? And will they be able to forge the Aerudaunt and find the key to saving him?
“The Tower of Egizii”
by Lesley Donaldson
A young man finds a mysterious Sroonyte priestess near tower ruins. Will this lead to freedom from his life of servitude, or just seduce him into a harder one?
The Queen’s Scourge
by Chris A. Jackson
A man held in thrall by magic and a woman’s thirst for power.
A woman for whom avarice and rule are as vital for life as breath.
He strives for freedom, she for domination.
Cymbra Laraklaea would rule the city of Tanthalas through manipulation of the great merchant houses and covert piracy. Captain Kefril Longbright and the crew of the corsair, Scourge, are her secret and unwilling weapons. The corsair was named after the former captain’s nine-thonged lash, wrought of the flesh and sinew of Dragons. Cymbra claimed the scourge, not realizing that it instills draconic avarice and thirst for power in its wielder. A stroke of that lash binds the victim to the wielder’s will. Cymbra claimed the scourge, as well as Kefril, whom she wields as deftly as the enchanted weapon that never leaves her side.
“An Act of Faith”
by Sarah Ceilann
Does faith just die, or is it killed?
And can it be revived?
When a jaded former priest of Rheligor encounters a young woman who needs help, he will find out just how dead his faith really is.
by Brandon Crilly
When a scholar had an unfortunate encounter with the Stormtalons, it changed him, awakening his Gift. Now his proteges are desperate to keep him hidden from the Heirophar, a desperation only increased when a ruthless noblewoman from their past finds them and threatens them with exposure…unless they perform a certain little task…