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Nahast - Lands of Strife Art and story by Al-X Melchor

The story of young swordswoman Derrexi Tzelan, charged by the Empress to train a new branch of the Hawk Maidens in the city of Beldatz, a place in the middle of a shadow war between forces as ancient as time itself.
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Nikita Malha's Review of Nahast - Lands of Strife
Nahast begins immediately with intriguing characters and delightful hints of the story to come.

I'm not a picky person when it comes to webcomics, but I think even some of the most selective readers would be drawn into this one. Nahast begins immediately with intriguing characters and delightful hints of the story to come, not to mention good writing and beautiful artwork.

Alex Melchor has stuck a hook right in my most passionate theme ... mythology, and given it a fresh spin. Strikingly original and yet with hints of existing-culture myths, it's a different and exciting new world that brilliantly outshines the overused theme of fantasy mythology. The fact that it's a full-page, fully coloured comic doesn't hurt either.

This one is already flying, and I'm looking forward to more of it.

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