Descendant of Blood by M Sinclair

Descendant of Blood by M Sinclair

Author:M Sinclair [Sinclair, M]
Language: eng
Format: epub
Published: 2019-11-02T16:00:00+00:00


“Fucking shit,” I cursed because immediately the room shook as if it was caving in and everything seemed to explode out into motion. We somehow remained exempt as tables and dead bodies were flung around through space, in a twisting maelstrom. And we sat right in the eye. I cringed as Nova’s body shook and her head snapped back. A spill of words tumbled from her mouth, words drowned out by the storm swirling around us.

Everett’s magic held them together but the man looked pale as a…well, ghost. I know. I see the irony. I swallowed my protective instincts to surge forward because, fuck, I had no idea what death magic would do to my healing magic.

There was a delicate balance when it came to mage magic. Mostly because it was so fucking diverse. For example, an alchemy mage, like August, had a far more broad skill set that allowed him control over matter manipulation in both the physical and mental realm.

On the other hand, you have certain types of mage magic that are specific to an extreme. Blood mages, the inspiration of many mythos including vampires, had canines that became sharper upon the activation of their magic. Not only do they drink blood, allowing them later to perform certain spells, but they could also sire and control it.

The six other types were within that range of specific to more broad. Time mages, so rare that currently only one existed, had the ability to jump back and forth to any point of time within their current realm. Sometimes their magic also showcased itself in the form of foresight.

Metal mages had the ability to manipulate metal on any level and were gifted in the creation of weaponry. While more specific, some of the best blacksmiths had derived from their sector of magic. Healing mages were similar in that they were often gifted chemists, scholars, and doctors. Able to heal the supernatural community with a touch of their hand, they could also bring them back from the brink of death. It was a burden and a blessing to have that much insight to those around you.

Naturalistic mages were essentially the closest a mage can come to being a shifter. They had the ability to communicate with animals and shifter alike while in any form. In some cases, depending on the power level the person exhibited, they could shift into temporary animal form. Then you had ink mages that were essential to furthering the mage community. They were rare not only in talent but in their numbers. They had the ability to create spells of protection and other useful wards. If they had ink they had power. Finally, elemental mages could manipulate the elements - everything to fire and water to ice and electricity.

However, none of those, aside from maybe time mages. compared to this. The raw death magic in the air was potent and lethal, especially to someone like myself. Necromancers, like Everett, were the mythos that inspired the Grim Reaper. They


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