Illuminatus Calafrax’s Lux Splendor address, Pentateuch, 6014: “Even in the darkest voids of space, far from the nearest orb, the Light Invisible shines, especially on this, the day when the Prophet made the unseen seen. Fear not the diminishing glow of photonic rays. Rest in the knowledge that the Inexhaustible Source burns ever on, unto even the Untrod Night, unto even the Farthest Day, unto even the Nearest Morrow. Kindle thy ship’s furnaces! Set course to the Dark Places, that thee may truly see the Light!”
Merry Lux Splendor to the ancestors of Urth!
(Still looking for a present for that special Fading Suns fan? Ebooks are instant and don’t require last minute shipping. Guiseppe Alustro’s “My Time Among the Stars” makes the perfect, theologically approved reading!)
James Portnow has a nice reminiscence about Emperor of the Fading Suns, HDI’s classic strategy game set in the Fading Suns universe. Check it out below.
We’ve lowered the price of our Fading Suns short-story anthology The Sinful Stars: Tales of the Fading Suns. Now you can read a wealth of stories set in (and outside of) the Known Worlds for only $4.99!
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Also available: My Time Among the Stars: The Collected Alustro’s Journals (Tales of the Fading Suns). Go to Bill’s site to see all the buying options — and you can download a free sample!
Alert the Town Criers Guild! Please spread the word far and wide! Don’t leave Alustro alone in the Dark Between the Stars — bring a lantern to the Dark!
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