An Artificer's Ambition
Namar Brandy is a talented young smith who dreams of expanding his father's business in search fame and fortune. Upon discovering his potential for magic at the Coming of Ages ceremony he sets off towards the academy in an attempt to improve his craft. The success he finds garners the attention of the merchants, the nobility and the other talented young mages, some harboring malicious intentions .
Barlor Brown is a farmer's son, destined for a life of endless monotony. After discovering an immense potential for magic he joins the academy to avoid the life of a farmer. Fascinated with the new world, he works towards the life of an explorer and charting it's vast expanses, regardless of what horrors lie in wait.
So, for those of you who might've already read The Artificer, I'm trying to redo it. (Yes, after only about five chapters.) mostly because I was really unhappy with it. So to anyone reading this, I wouldn't expect quality or quantity. Any crtiticism would be appreciated. And thank you to anyone who bothers to read through my crap.