500 years after the banishment of wizards, the kingdom of Valheigh faces the unthinkable: the rediscovery of wizardry and the return of the legendary evil known as the Jinn.
Prince Rune Beowald returns to Valheigh to claim the throne but runs into an old adversary: Avery (now going by the name Arklomene), the man who Rune blames for his mother’s death.
Seeking revenge against Rune for the actions of his father, Arklomene unleashes the most horrific curse of Jinn legend: Rune must kill the woman he loves or die himself at her hands.
- Archive, The - the authoritative history book of Valheigh, actually a collection of volumes. The people of Valheigh unquestioningly accept everything written in the Archive as true.
- Beowald – pronounced \ˈbā-ə-ˌwȯld\ - one of the seven noble Houses of Valheigh, and the one currently holding the throne.
- Jinn, The - pronounced \ˈjin\ - evil wizards that ruled before the Purging.
- Purging, The – the time when the Jinn were banished from the world, roughly 500 years ago.
- Valheigh - pronounced \val-ˈhī\ – the kingdom bordering the Wizard Wall.
- Wizard Wall - the wall that imprisons the Jinn.
The Technology Behind Rune
CC Rogers illustrates Rune: a Tale of Wizards and Kings using DAZ Studio 3 and Photoshop Elements 9. She assembles pages using Comic Life 2. Special thanks go to the artists who create the high-quality content (such as models, textures, morphs and shaders) that make this project possible.
About the Writer/Illustrator
CC Rogers is the wife of a supportive husband, the mother of two wonderful children and the creator of the webcomic Rune: a Tale of Wizards and Kings. A software engineer who fell in love with making 3D art using DAZ Studio, CC recognized that she could use DAZ to make sequential art. In 2008, she collaborated with Diana Laurence to make a short comic in the Bloodchained universe. From 2010 to 2012, she wrote and illustrated Rune: a Tale of Wizards and Kings, which is now available as a graphic novel.
E-mail CC Rogers: riverfiction at gmail dot com.