NeoExodus Legendary Tales: The Shield of Ignorance Download
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Scholar Riss Al'adon will not be dissuaded from finding her lost mentor and uncovering the secrets she risked her life to learn. But when Riss plunges into the Wildlands of Bal, she discovers a secret that will shake her to her core, and may leave her wishing she'd hidden behind the shield of ignorance! NeoExodus Legendary Tales: The Shield of Ignorance was written by Joshua Cole and edited by Joshua Yearsley.
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