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Morphosis Warrior

By J.R.Lowman All Rights Reserved ©

Adventure / Romance

Intro

Long ago, when the Earth was young, mortals lived peacefully alongside the Great Gods.

Humans worshiped the mighty Gods that provided them life, for years the mortals bowed down to the Gods sitting atop Olympus.

The Underworld was feared instead of praised. Hades feeling denied of worship for his work took it upon himself to show humans real fear.

Creation of Hell’s First Nine demons proved to require a human host to coexist, and seemed a failure to Hades.

Time continued to pass as Hades left his demon hosts to be forgotten on Earth before trying again to create his army of fear.

Gathering the drifting remains of the once Great Cronus, Hades achieved his goal.

After having been torn apart by Zeus, Poseidon, and Hades several pieces were all that remained of Cronus soul.

Hades, using his power, gave physical form to the many soul fragments in exchange for simply scaring the mortals.

Releasing the Soul Demons onto Earth, mortals were hunted, their souls devoured, and bodies taken over by the Soul Demons allowing them to multiply.

As a response to Hades’ act of war Zeus locked his brother away in the underworld without power before making his own creation.

The Dark Angels.

Zeus created 100 Dark Angels and gifted them with the ability to destroy the growing Soul Demons, sending them permanently back to the Underworld with Hades.

Gifted with individual unique abilities Dark Angels fought to restore the humans and remove Soul Demons.

Feeling confident with his Angels and of the mortal’s survival Zeus stopped all Godly contact with humans, forever.

Millennia passed as the war continued, slowly numbers dwindled between the Demons and Angels.

During their lifetime, each Dark Angel is given one, Sýntrofos, or life Mate to keep blood lines pure and to breed.

Humans and Dark Angels have never been mated together…

Until Now.

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