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The Warrior's Creed | The Symbol | The History | The Warriors

The Warriors Creed
We will wait. And watch. And protect.
And serve as first warning on the eve of humanity's destruction.
Then, and only then, Atlantis will rise.
For we are the Warriors of Poseidon, and the mark of the Trident we bear
serves as witness to our sacred duty to safeguard mankind.

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The symbol of the Warriors of Poseidon, branded to the skin of each warrior at his ceremony of dedication to the service of Poseidon, offers testimony to his vow to protect humankind. The circle represents all the peoples of the world. Intersecting it is the pyramid of knowledge deeded to them by the ancients. The silhouette of Poseidon's Trident bisects them both.


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The History

Capitol city of Atlantis, 9600 BC

It was the time before the Cataclysm, forced upon Atlanteans by the greed of humanity. In Poseidon's Temple, in the soul of the seven isles of Atlantis, a group of warriors met with the sea god's high priest. He divided them into seven groups of seven and assigned each a sacred duty and an object of power - a magic-imbued gemstone. Some were to sink to the bottom of the world, shielded from prying eyes and envious lusts by the waters that nurtured them. Others were to join the lands of humans at assigned locations - all high grounds that would protect the lineage in the event of severe flooding.

All would wait. And watch. And protect.

And serve as first warning on the eve of humanity's destruction.

Then, and only then, Atlantis would rise. For they were the Warriors of Poseidon, and the mark of the Trident they bore served as witness to their sacred duty to safeguard mankind.

Whether they liked it or not.


The Warriors

Conlan, High Prince of Atlantis: Read Conlan's story in ATLANTIS RISING. Tortured for years by Anubisa, the evil goddess of vampires, Conlan believes his soul is blackened beyond redemption. But a human empath might just redeem his heart.

Ven, Conlan's brother, titled The King's Vengeance: Chief protector of his brother, the high prince, and leader of Conlan's elite guard, the Seven. Read Ven's story in ATLANTIS AWAKENING.

Alaric, high priest to Poseidon: Feared by all, Alaric's power is unmatched in the history of Atlantis. Doomed to remain alone for all of the centuries of his existence or lose his power and his position, Alaric is chief counsel to Prince Conlan.

Justice: Member of the Seven, never seen without the sword that hangs in its sheath on his back or his waist-length braid of blue hair. A fierce loner and one who possibly has his own agenda. ATLANTIS UNLEASHED

Brennan: Cursed to live his life without emotion, Brennan sees no point to his continued existence but for his duty. Soon, even duty may not be enough. ATLANTIS REDEEMED

Bastien: Thought of as an amiable giant, the nearly seven-foot tall warrior hides his bleak despair under a mask of calm good humor. Forced to commit unspeakable acts in the name of protecting humanity, he is drawn beyond hope of resisting to a half-breed shape-shifter who may be his bitterest enemy. Read Bastien's story in Wild Hearts in Atlantis, in the anthology WILD THING.

Denal: Youngest of the Seven, his charm turns to grim resolve when a vampire attack literally changes his life forever.

Alexios: Captured by Anubisa in the same battle during which she imprisoned Conlan, this warrior bears the scars of her torture on his once-beautiful face and body. And he carries even worse scars on his soul . . . ATLANTIS UNMASKED

Christophe: His fierce ability to channel the magic of Atlantis made him a candidate for Poseidon's priesthood. But his renegade personality turned him from Temple acolyte to warrior. Now he's a deadly wild card in the battle to save the world from the dark forces that assail it. ATLANTIS BETRAYED