Tales From Crigmis

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Tales From Crigmis: Rise Of The Shadow Lord, the first novel in the series by Amelia Nichole, follows Sidarani Sihara, Lord Jaden of the House Veersea and Awesome Possum on their adventures on the planet of Crigmis. Crigmis is an inhabited planet in the Triangulum Galaxy some 3 million light-years away from the Milky Way.

On this website you will have access to:

  • Short stories about the past, the present and the future of the planet of Crigmis. These are stories set on the same planet, but often about completely different characters.
  • Character bios will be available as characters are introduced in the series.
  • Deleted scenes! Movies are not the only form of media which has deleted scenes. These canon scenes will not make it into the finished novel for a variety of different reasons but will be available online for your reading pleasure.
  • Maps, culture information, and more!

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