Welcome to the worlds of Mirrortac

Mirrortac is a erfin – one of the race of furry cat-like people who live in the valley of Eol at the base of the Mountain At The End Of The Earth (Mateote). His days are rather ordinary until he discovers a mysterious sword in the woods and soon after meets an other-worldly stranger who tells him to go on a mission to save many worlds from an encroaching evil. Despite his own doubts and misgivings, Mirrortac is forced to follow his fate and that of his people by leading them across the mountain and into another world. This is just the beginning …


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