I really like this series but this seems to be dead
What's on your mind?
Khan is basically just a rip-off of Azog from the hobbit. they were even killed exactly the same way and shared the title of leader of the orcs. they both had white skin and share similar nicknames. Azog is known as 'the pale orc' and Khan is 'the albino orc'.
But I'm gonna say Khan is superior because Azog didn't have a dragon and dragons make anything ten times better.
Unless you're being eaten by one.
Then its not so great.
I would like to get a group of people who like or dislike this series in order to talk about it if anyone want to just let me know I would love to talk on discord.
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Just started reading the book Summoner: The Novice. would like to edit and write new wiki pages, as they are lots of missing or incomplete pages.
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I've read this book like 2 years ago and kind of forgotten about what happend but I still remember how amazing the story went :)
So I’m new on this fandom and here goes a small short story of how I read the series because I am bored. So I was asking what my friend was reading and she told me that she was reading a book series called Summoners. A few weeks later I had read the first book and I had read the whole series a month later. That was a year ago and now I am trying to reread the series online on a website. Also please comment if you know any Summoners fanfics. I’m also wondering why this fandom is so slow versus other fandoms I’m on for other books. Thank you for reading this very long post!
I read this series 3 years ago, but I'm re reading. I love Sylva and Othello, and I really think an rp of being a summoner would be fun! I also think Fletcher shouldn't have turned out to be a Raleigh. Idk, i just feel like it would be good to have him as a true commoner with summoning abilities. And what's his fulfillment level? Ik he has Athena and Ignatius, which makes it high than 10. But anyone know for sure?
Hi, I love this series for its well built world and solid hard magic system. It allows for relative ease if you wish to expand upon what was given in the books. I've done a lot of roll plays with this series and I find myself often making new demons to that end. so much so that I have developed system for determining reasonable levels, mana, and organization for it. I just fond this wiki and was wondering if anyone would want me to share it here.
I think we should do a roleplay. let me know in the comments if you don't know how this works.
I found this place finally.
Only took 3 weeks of looking
Or I’m just stupid
But anyway I read the summoner books 3 years ago, have re read them several times and have played a dnd campaign about it.
I think I've found a plot-hole in the books, remember how there was a Mite that had its legs removed and was put on the top of a staff? It's mentioned in the book that it's a wild Demon, not a summoned one. but then, wouldn't that mean it would dissapear back into the Ether?
I'm pretty confident that this is a Plot-hole, but if I've missed something, feel free to tell me :)
As mentioned in the title, im building a D&D campaing based in "The Summoner" universe. I'd like some help in listing key locations for the party to visit, balancing deamons , and making an overall fin camapign. Any help will be appriciated.
I an also accepting requests to join the game which has no set time or date, but will probably be Late on Saturdays in the GMT timezone.
Hey everyone i'm designing a summoner series based dungeons and dragons campaign and wondered if you had access to a map of the ether as we know it. If not i will have to try and draw one myself and i'm rubbish at that. Any help you can give would be nice.
i am look for more information on how the charing stones work anyone a have ideas/info?
i know it stores mana but :
-do battle mages keep touching it to keep the shields up?
-do they use a plate of wood ( other materials) with the shield symbol on it?
-how does it look? how do you think it looks?
i know its more of an opion that im asking but i just want to know
Before I begin, consider yourself warned, THERE WILL BE SPOULERS. In chapter 13 of the battlemage while flecher and his friends are still trapped inside the ether, flecher and sylvia stumble across some ruins with statues of god-like figures. My theory is that these were the first summoners, and is a tie in to maybe another series (i hope). Anyone else have a different take as to thr significance of this portion of the book?