level 55

"Fly you fools"

Age 7 years 4 months
Personality neutral
Guild no guild
Monsters Killed about 81 thousand
Death Count 85
Wins / Losses 5 / 2
Temple Completed at 09/26/2018
Savings 28 thousand (0.1%)
Pet Heffalump Timon


Weapon Schrödinger's catapult +63
Shield shield of dreams +63
Head cover of darkness +64
Body beach towel of doom +64
Arms Kevlar opera gloves +65
Legs mermaid flipper +63
Talisman gravity multiplier +64


  • sword-swallowing level 28
  • electrostatic discharge level 27
  • flying bird level 26
  • swoop of the smith level 23
  • peace enforcement level 22
  • cobweb gulp level 20
  • swear-o-matic level 20
  • awkward silence level 18
  • spoon-bending level 17
  • tin throat level 16




  • Honored Renegade
  • Builder, 1st rank
  • Careerist, 2nd rank
  • Favorite, 2nd rank
  • Martyr, 2nd rank
  • Saint, 2nd rank
  • Animalist, 3rd rank
  • Champion, 3rd rank
  • Hunter, 3rd rank

Hero's Chronicles

Book 1

Chapter 1: The begining

My story begins in a time so far away no one remembers it. I was born in the year 156 in the era of Zul’th. I was born in a family, that rich they owned one third of the town we lived in. We lived a quiet and peaceful life there.

But… at the age of 10 sols, I was forced to train in a different world. My father sent me to Az’gat so that I could complete my training as a Zul’th pawn.

My mother was against the idea of sending me away to another world. She had an idea that the time difference between the worlds could take me to the future… (I don’t really remember what she said). But there was no time to think about that now. After all the wagon to the gate was departing 04:00 BS (Before Sol).

Chapter 2: The Awakening

I woke up at 03:00 BS, I was a bit tense about everything and I hesitated for a second, belived that my role in life was to stay here. The next thing I knew was that I said good bye to my family and that I saw the wagon on the road coming thowards me. My thoughts were all over and for the first time ever, I felt sorrow and envy. I couldn’t understand why I felt envy.. Whom was I envy at? I belived that my questions would be answered in time. The wagon started to move, I hesitated again, wanting to jump out of the wagon. But I keept my cool status. It took about 3-4 hours to get to the portal. And at the time we arrived to the blue harbour, it was already time for breakfast. I told them I was hungry and that I couldn’t pass the tests on an empty stomach. But they told me that I coudn’t eat before the tests and that they needed the stamina I had left for a special task. I thought that they were stupid and that they wanted to test my stamina. After a few hours was it time to leave blue harbour and take the next ship to the portal. The ships were huge and it looked like they could hold over 1500 people.

Chapter 3: The journey to the portal