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The God of Death invites you to listen his long lost diaries -- The Apocrypha of Azazel -- which tell the (true) history of your world through a series of fantasy novels that feature mythical creatures, magical weapons, tragic heroes and dastardly villains (including Azazel himself!)
Book I is a 7-chapter PROLOGUE that serves as the introduction to the "Apocrypha of Azazel" book series. In this book, Azazel tells (what he claims is) the true story of the creation of the gods, the universe, our world, and even mankind!
(Book II, Chapter 1) Azazel races up the Stairway of Infinity as he tries to escape from Illusia.
(Book II, Chapter 2) Azazel recalls the terrible tortures he endured at the hands of BaalZebub during his last visit to Illusia.
(Book II, Chapter 3) Azazel tries to reach out to Gwar (The God of War) to enlist his help in finding the dagger Dagaal.
(Book II, Chapter 4) Azazel comes up with a plan to secretly use the Drokka to find Dagaal.
(Book II, Chapter 5) We are introduced to Hacktor Derkillez - the heir to the throne of the Drokka of the Rhokii Mountains.
(Book II, Chapter 6) Kon-Herr Drokka Baldur III talks with his son Hacktor - and realizes how much Mirkir has warped his mind.
(Book II, Chapter 7) Azazel shows us a meeting of the Drokka High Council, during which Prince Hacktor tries to convince his father to let him make war on the Derrka to gain control of Blackwood Forest.
(Book II, Chapter 8 & 9) Azazel gleefully watches as Baldur makes a tragic mistake with his lover Gawain; later the God of Death proudly witnesses Hecla enlisting the help of Hacktor to in a secret pact to trick the the king.
(Book II, Chapter 10) Azazel shows us a vision of Hecla, as the princess is tormented by memories of a past abuse...and the thought that it might begin again.
(Book II, Chapter 11) Princess Hecla tracks down Baldur's runaway bride Gawain, while Azazel reveals backstory clues that Hecla knows nothing about...
(Book II, Chapter 12) Hacktor Derkillez is crowned Kon-Herr Drokka - the High King Under the Mountains!
(Book II, Chapter 13) Azazel circles back to explain the events that occurred prior to Hacktor's coronation - including a terrorist 'attack' by the Priory of the Myz on The Twin Towers.
(Book II, Chapter 14) We learn about The Well of Wyzdom and how Azazel acted as The Spirit of the Well to influence Hacktor Derkillez into beginning The War of the Ghast.
(Book II, Chapter 15) Azazel details the creation of the magical blades The Ghast and The Grim - the two most powerful weapons ever forged in the history of our world!
(Book II, Chapter 16) Azazel tells us how Hacktor Derkillez obtained The Ghast...and The Grim from the legendary Drokka weapon smith Hef Fastuz.
(Book II, Chapter 17) Hacktor Derkillez begins The War of The Ghast - unknowingly leading his people onto a path towards destruction as his reign becomes sullied with protests from a starving populace.
(Book II, Chapter 18) Gwar, the God of War, learns about The Ghast and shows up at the Kingdom of Rhokii Pass - intent of destroying Hacktor Derkillez and the entire Drokka people.
Book II, Chapter 19 - The War of the Ghast changes dramatically when Azazel creates a new race of killing drones - the Myz Warriors!
Book II, Chapter 20 - Kon-Herr Hacktor travels to the kingdom of Chaldea to meet with the aged scribe Grak who reveals a shocking revelation to the king about the relationship between the Drokka and their hated rivals.
Book II, Chapter 21 - Hacktor Derkillez leads his Drokka army out to fight a final cataclysmic battle against their hated rivals, hoping to final meet AND destroy his arch enemy Garrick of The Golden Hand - Marduk of all the Derkka!
Book II, Chapter 22 - With his rival near death, Gwar, The God of War, approaches Hacktor Derkillez with a mind to torture and then murder the great Kon-Herr, yet lo, Hacktor makes a last valiant effort to destroy the gods!
Book II, Chapters 23 & 24 - The War of the Ghast concludes and we discover how Azazel surreptitiously acquired The Ghast from Gwar...only to lose it to Baal-Zebub!