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"MAY I CUT IN"

The Introduction of Bronson Colt Randolf

Bronson Colt Randolf, strong, intelligent, well-mannered and handsome cousin of Enad the Great, was sailing one day when he received the news of his cousin's death. Though exactly opposite in beliefs and mannerisms, the cousins got along quite well as children. This did change, however, when Enad killed off most of the family to feed to strange creatures.

Upon the death of Enad, by natural causes, Bronson inherited all of Enad's material possessions. These included his lands, his magical devices and books, and all else he owned. The only reason these were left to Bronson is because he was Enad's only surviving relative.

Bronson, having magical powers and possessions of his own, put his and the late Enad's powers to good use. The wastelands and the otherwise disgusting and decrepit man­sions and palaces of his late cousin were soon restored to their original beauty and lushness. Bronson then realized how useful his inheritance could be and set out to put the power to better use.

After Bronson was settled, he contacted T. G. Taft, Adena the Enchantrice, and Jonathan Pierce by mental telepathy to inform them of his rise as new lord of the former lands of Enad the Great. In this way he learned of the competition between them. Bronson was soon on his way to becoming that for which each of the competitors strived.


 © 1984, 

L. Charles, D. Conrad, A. Duncan, Enad the Great, J. Pierce, B. C. Randolf, and T. G. Taft

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