The Fantastically Underwhelming Epic: of a dead wizard and an average bard

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George is a legendary hero… wait, no.
George is an incredibly powerful sorcerer… also no?
Okay, fine.
George is an unremarkable human bard who made a promise a long time ago.
A promise that set him on a path to find the remains of Simantiar, the greatest wizard who ever lived.
Though all that was left were bones, Simantiar was still very much alive and quite… underwhelming.
This is their story: The Fantastically Underwhelming Epic of a dead wizard and an average bard.

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