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A very vulgar teenaged mage by the name of Ezreth curses up a storm until he finally figures out where he is. Making several mistakes along the way, he creates a massive magical event that shatters the normal reality for the people of Cepha, handing a lucky majority magical powers to play with. Among those mistakes, he tags along with a retail worker who badgers and annoys him about his magic, wanting to learn what he does so naturally.
Afflicted with an ailment of unknown origin which temporarily forces her to behave how a child would, Ms. Vulpine, a mysterious member of a wealthy family with a past of chronicling becomes fixated on Ezreth, wanting to find out who he is and where he’s from. While her new assistant, Sam grows increasingly interested in her as she tries to unravel her boss’s well-kept secrets. Wise to it all, Ms. Vulpine toys with her, giving her halves of puzzle pieces.
Chip, a disturbed highschooler in his final year, wanders through life wearing headphones, ignoring what everyone says. When he is finally given the spotlight he never asked for, he’s forced to choose a path to walk at the forked intersection. Use his newfound power for good or evil. But after he ignores the previous sentence, the author punishes him by putting him in the worst situations imaginable. He must learn to deal with being a main character and the responsibility that comes with it.
See how these three stories weave in and out of each other seamlessly in this unforgiving and brutal world.
Magoch is a dialogue-heavy urban fantasy that offers a true taste of how teenagers behave at the age through realistic dialogue and interactions with others. It’s filled with comedic moments and some subtle Meta humor, making fun of certain aspects of the genre while also attempting to do them better.
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I had two dogs until I finally realized I liked plants better. They come knowing how to sit and stay already. One of the plants I had since I was in the fourth grade and when it almost died, it was the most earthshattering thing that happened to me. Aside from almost losing my legs, but the plant I had for years almost died. I had to dismember it and put the pieces in water. I was so happy when it started to grow roots. Plant II lives on till this day. With much bigger leaves I might add thanks to some plant steroid called carbon dioxide, but its vines aren’t as long as they used to be. I think I’ll keep them short this time.