The Kobi family was in the habit of selecting beautiful girls, and an occasional boy, for use as sex slaves. Once they were too old to be much desired, they were instead used as subjects to teach spells to the Kobi boys. This had been Valencio’s ‘work’ for seven years now, after he’d tried to strangle his owner, Narzu-Han.
All through Arabia and Asia, the world of wizards knew and feared the powerful Kobi family. Adil, Ahjmed, Yiko, Hicham and the young Fighter, Iyad – their very names struck terror. But they made a mistake when they tried to extend their territory to include the Western world. The great wizard, John Bellamy, was not renowned as a Fighter and seldom interfered in matters of law-keeping. Yet he was more powerful than any other. When John Bellamy interfered in the affairs of Kobis, things began to change.
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