Dinlas continues to pursue the thief who stole Hades’ gem and now finds himself deep in the Multi-Verse in an alternate dimension consisting of only a large meadow surrounded by dense forest. From there he discovers a world of different from anything he considered existing, even as an immortal deity. Follow along as he begins to realize there are far stranger places in existence than the Underworld.
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Another installment of the Multiverse as Lillith tries to figure out what is happening in her little corner of the After-Life. Follow her whole story at Graves Publications Mulitverse but in the meantime check out the latest from the link below. Follow Christine and check out the rest of her amazing site.
I continue to be trapped in this unfamiliar place, the Multi-Verse. As I try to understand what is happening I start to realize that things here are even more bizarre than I first realized. Nevertheless, I continue my search for the thief that stole Uncle Hades’ priceless gem.
In the Multi-Verse, Lillith tries to make sense of who Dinlas is and how he came to be sitting in her bar; a living god in a room of dead mortal souls. Read along below as she reaches out for the one person in her travels who she thinks can help her unravel this mystery.
Ancient Greek Mythology meets an alternate after-life
re-blogged from Graves Publications
courtesy of Christine Graves & Graves Publications
A new Dinlas story. It’s the dark Middle Ages and Dinlas has been tracking a group of thieves that stole a valuable ruby pendant, The Star of Charon, from the Nekromanteion. The Nekromanteion is a temple dedicated to Hades and Persephone and Hades tasked Dinlas with tracking the thieves and recovering the valuable gem. After locating their lair, Dinlas corners one of the thieves who chooses to fight rather than talk.