From the moment Rory, the leprechaun, decides to get even with Mage Argen Koenig for awakening him unexpectedly, the issue of who will assume the title of the Dragon's Bishop becomes a...
From the moment Rory, the leprechaun, decides to get even with Mage Argen Koenig for awakening him unexpectedly, the issue of who will assume the title of the Dragon's Bishop becomes a mystery. Argen, mislabeled bishop by the venegeful Rory, dislikes the title and wants no part of it. Getting no credit, little respect from those he aids, and harrassment over his lack of parenting skills, he withdraws from what he refers to as the game. Kerrigwen, a Sidhe maiden, will grow up to be an expert healer. Young as she is, she has chosen to cure the sick. The green dragon, Firefly, whose only claim to fame id the flashing scale on her tail, becomes Kerrigwen's companion. What adventures will mature their friendship? Killeen uses her vast Sidhe powers almost casually, for she plans to be a warrior. Battle is her greatest pleasure. Sparrow, her special dragon, becomes her first dragon gatekeeper after he loses his wings in a skirmish. Can a battle maiden match with a flightless dragon function as the Dragon's Bishop? Sterlina, Argen's own daughter, exhibits many powers for one so young, but she is afraid of dragon riding and has no desire to fly dragonback, so how could she be in the running for the title? Is it possible for someone who refuses to select a dragon companion to be Dragon's Bishop? Unlikely as it seems, one of these three must step forward to become the Dragon's Bishop and champion those who have no one to speak for them.