Henry and Jason led normal lives in Seattle before they were abducted to another world. Their kidnapper, the vain, self-styled god, Dolos, refuses to send them back unless they can accomplish an impossible task. Oddly, Dolos doesn’t seem to care if they succeed or not.
Luckily, Henry and Jason studied Historical European Martial Arts (HEMA) on Earth. Unfortunately, a Japanese-American EMT and a geeky IT programmer don’t have many other useful skills on a sword-and-sorcery world like Ludus.
Stranded in the middle of nowhere on an alien world, the friends have no real direction and only a few possessions, including magic-granting orbs from an apathetic god. Undaunted, the two begin their insane adventure to return home… but basic survival and eventually paying rent will have to take priority.
After being laid off from his IT job, Blaise Corvin became a full-time science fiction and fantasy writer. He is best known for his Delvers LLC series, and his passion for the GameLit genre of fiction, in which most of his books tend to fall. Known as the Magnificent Bastard of GameLit, Blaise became a writer for the same reason that so many do: he was frustrated at not finding the types of stories he wanted to read. So, he began to write them himself, only to find that many other GameLit lovers wanted to read his stories too.