The poor Elf, when he wishes for something it actually happens.
I've had a chance now to go back and visiting his youth, and find out more about how he meet this Phooka. It's not a good relationship at all. I've taken the time to write it all down. Everything in detail. You will find enclosed, three books detailing this poor Elf's early life.
The book I'm working on now (#11) has the Elf and his lover as a couple, but in the first 3 volumes, they were not a couple and were rather a rapist/victim pairing.
In the first volume Quaraun (a young Elf, not yet an adult) encounters an evil Faerie King who is known for his insatiable lust for Elf flesh and is dubbed "The Elf Eater". The Elf has heard of the evil king and has romanticized him in his mind as some sort of fantasy hero, but never thought he'd meet the evil king. The sadistic Fae king, has a reputation of sending his army to surround an Elf village, cut off their resources and contact with the outside world, and then spends weeks, of him and his army, raping, torturing, killing, and eating the poor Elves.
For whatever reason the rather masochistic young Elf starts fantasizing about that happening to his village, and then one day while he's out walking in the forest behind his village... he suddenly find himself surrounded by Dark Fae... vicious soldiers, lead by a wild, savage king, all of them with the heads of Elves hanging from their belts... the poor Elf immediately recognizes this as the evil Fae King and his army, marching down on his village and for the first time is faced with the reality of the fact that the stories are true...
There's a sudden instant of the Elf recognizing that he hadn't really believed the Fae King was real, mixed with the sheer terror of knowing there's no way, he on foot, can out run this army on horseback, but his first thought is basically: "They are Elf Eaters and I'm and Elf, OMG I'm gonna die" and to turn and run... he knows he can't make it back to the village, and he also knows if he runs home, he'll lead them straight to the village, which they may not know about (he doesn't know) so he runs the opposite direction, a dangerous move, that's sure to get him caught, but he's hoping it'll get them thinking the village is the other way and save the village.
Because he knows the forest, he's able to duck away and hide for a few hours. During which time he falls asleep. Not being familiar with Faeries he doesn't realize their keen sense of smell, and so that night he's woken up by the Fae King dragging him out of his hiding place and stripping his cloths off. It becomes a scene of the soldiers stripping the Elf naked while the King watches, and then the King raping the Elf.
At that point, the story takes a POV shift out of 3rd person and into 1st person, inside the Elf's head. I wrote it that way so you suddenly see the Elf realizing this is EXACTLY what he'd been wishing for (keeping in mind in this world NO ONE says "I wish" because wishes DO come true in this world, and rarely does it turn out well) and the it's at this point the Elf suddenly realizes the power of the words "I wish". He'd spent time "wishing" the Fae King would come to his village and rape him and kill the bullies in his village, BUT not kill him.
At the start of the scene the Elf is kicking and screaming and trying to get away, but once he concludes this was something he had actually wished for, he also remembers his wished the King wouldn't kill him, and the Elf just relaxes and goes into this state of thinking "I know he's not going to kill me because I included that in my wish" along with "he's not really raping me because this is what I wanted him to do, that's why I wished for it".
The Elf's no longer fighting and suddenly just enjoying what is being done to him surprises the Fae King to the point that after he rapes the Elf, he doesn't kill him and lets him go, though he's not sure why, and his soldiers comment on the fact that it's the first time he ever let an Elf either live or go free.
The next scene shows the King and his general discussing the event and the King commenting on the fact that he couldn't explain why he let the Elf live, that he felt the Elf had some magic control over him, at which point the King becomes obsessed with stalking the Elf.
They later become friends, but it's a very predator sexually abusing his young victim relationship, you'll see when you read it, and then at the end of it the King commits suicide. At which point the Elf reveals his very Stockholm Syndrome obsession with his rapist/abuser, and becomes a Necromancer to resurrect him as a Lich. But he thinks he failed at this, so he blames his village for the King's death and in a twist of fate the Elf turns around and finally sees his wish fulfilled, by he himself murdering every one in his village. The wish finally comes full circle - the Elf was raped by the King and the King inadvertently causes everyone in his village to die.
Distraught at the king's death, over come with guilt of murdering his people, and depressed at his believed failure at resurrecting the evil King, the Elf becomes a hermit. The second volume has the details on that, but it's the 3rd volume you'll find most interesting and important to dissecting his personality. The poor Elf is insane.
In the 3rd volume the Elf is wandering aimlessly through the woods and doesn't realize he's back at the exact same spot where he'd first meet and was raped by the king. There he finds a tavern which he stops to stay at for the night, only to find it was an illusion built by a sex crazed, psychotically deranged, Elf eating Faerie, who immediately ties him up and starts sexually torturing him. The entire novel is one big long 90,000 word scene of the Elf trying to not enjoy being sexually tortured by the deranged Faerie, and then a 10,000 word rape scene, where the Elf finally gets away, but is quickly dragged back and raped over and over again.
Right at the end of the 3rd book, the Elf is begging to be set free, and the Faerie laughs and says "You get what you wish for" at which point the Elf remembers that seconds before the Screaming Unicorn tavern appears, he had wished for the Faerie King to return and rape him again. He suddenly realizes this is the Fae King, now a Lich Lord, back from the dead and the entire fact of the whole event being one super long rape scene is made null and void by the fact that the Elf realizes it wasn't rape at all because his wish had orchestrated the entire event.
Basically every novel of the series repeats itself in different ways, with the Elf fantasizing about being raped by the Fae King, followed by him actually getting raped by the Fae King, and ending with him realizing he wasn't actually raped by the Fae King because being raped by the Fae king was what he had wanted all along.
It's kind of consent after the fact, because non-consent was the way the Elf had worded his wish, if that makes any sense.
I will continue to visit time period of his life and keep a record of as much of it as I can. If this is the Grand High Emperor as The Gremlin says he is, then we need to learn as much about him as we can. Stopping Ongadada is imperitive and without know why he did it, I don't see any way to stop it. And, we know know he's killed before. The poor Moon Elves, they never knew what hit them. And society believes it was the Lich Lords what murdered to Moon Elves. No one knows the Elf did it. I'm not sure if he even realizes what he did. He did it with a wish. He wished for them to die and they did. Gremlin said it didn't he? Told us the Elf didn't know he was killing people. Told us he wasn't evil and wasn't hurting anyone intentionally. I fear he may be speaking the truth. How do we stop him from killing everyone at Ongadada, if doesn't even know he did it?
I will keep you updated on this, but for now, here are the first 3 volumes I have written detailing his early life. I'm currently working on the weeks leading up to his meeting The Gremlin. I'll send you those when they are finished.
The Adventures of Quaraun The Insane
Volume 11 of 130
The Summoner of Darkness
Full Chapter Index -
About The Novel:
Volume 11: The Summoner of Darkness
Back from the dead, once again with Unicorn in tow, and now with the Thullid priest ZooLock his prisoner shackled in chains, Quaraun is headed back to The Screaming Unicorn Tavern in Old Orchard Beach, but finds himself cursed with endless bad luck, as one thing after another drops out of the sky in his path.
Highwaymen, hellhounds, a turtle as big as a house, fire breathing butterflies, a train station from the 20th century, and a strange glow-in-the-dark demonic wizard with pockets full of sheep, who sits in a red armchair in poppy field in the 1400s reading 1980s spellbooks books by Gary Gaygax.
Quaraun goes head to head against The Gremlin, a time traveling wizard from the future who refuses to allow the Pink Necromancer back into Old Orchard Beach, where since his last visit, an evil Sorcerer named HellBorne has erected a giant cursed lighthouse known as The Black Tower.
ZooLock however has other plans, and while 4 rival wizards tear up the town in a wizard's duel, the Squid Headed Aliens From Neptune's Moon and their armies of JellyFish worshiping cultists arrive in town to preform a ritual that will unleash an Elder Brain Chaos Demon, known as The Sacred Pink JellyFish on the world. Too bad they didn't know she was already in town.
NOTE: Most of this novel will be available as free to read online.
Please Note: The Quaraun Series Is Rated M18+ and you must be 18 or older to buy it.
Most pages on EelKat.com are about writing Yaoi, and thus probably is NSFW; reader discretion is advised.
Why is the Quaraun Series Rated M18+?
Quaraun is a character I play in Dungeons & Dragons. Like most every other novel in the series, this novel is based off the notes taken from an actual game play session.
The Summoner of Darkness is based off the Dungeons & Dragons Campaign: The Murder of the Seven Points by Erik Yaple.
If you are a Dungeon Master interested in running a game using this story, the game guide used is this one here --->>>
List Of Sample Chapters
Available To Read Online:
The Cultists and The Coming of The Darkness
EelKat and The Kats of Planet Ptarmagin
The Moon Elves of Ivujivik
A Letter To Home
HellBorne and The Missing Sacrificial Sheep
The Return of ZooLock
Another Letter To Home
The Half-Elf Thief With Pockets Full of Sheep
The Gremlin's Warning
"I am Very Concerned About Blueberries." - Back At The Blueberry Plains of The Screaming Unicorn Inn
A Field of Fire Breathing Butterflies
A Field of Poppies On The Road To Witch Pond
The Road To Witch Pond (Part 2)
The Road To Witch Pond (Part 3)
Santa's Dead Floating Body
The Pumpkins Are Following Us
A Third Letter To Home
The Abandoned Cathedral
A Piano Fell From The Sky
The Glow-In-The-Dark Sun Elf Who Fell From The Sky
GhoulSpawn and Quaraun Trapped With A Phooka
"Him not hurt. Him just cry baby."
The Pregnant Jelly Fish
The Banshee Sisters: Bean-Nighe and Ben-Neeyah In the Swamp of Death
A Fourth Letter To Home - The Masochistic Elf With Stockholm Syndrome
Stay Wid Us Too Lang, Ya Go Crazy Wid Us
The Black Lighthouse
The River Boat Man-Woman
The Strange Village or I Love The Smell Of Decomposing Bodies In The Morning
Food Fight In a Funeral Home
The Golden Rooster
A Serial Killer at Large
The Summoner of Darkness
Corsets, Elves, and Undead Faeries.
Visiting The Scene of Murder #1 With An UnGelded Stallion
I Never Wanted To Be a Wizard
The Sixth Letter To Home
The Fetishes of Phookas
Back At The Tavern and Still No Shrimp
A Tavern Scene Part 1 - "Ever heard of a chastity cage?"
A Tavern Scene Part 2 - Drunk Elves, Shrimp Dinners, and Dungeon Masters From The Future
A Tavern Scene Part 3 - Quaraun, Unicorn, GhoulSpawn, - Time Travel, Chastity Cages, and Whores
He Kills People With Candy (The 7th Letter To Home)
ZooLock Again - Off To Talk to Merchants About Murder #2
Three Days, Three Murders, & Still No Shrimp Dinners
Tumbling Down Stairs With Slutty Elves and Angry Liches
The Missing Children Bean-Nighe and Ben-Neeyah Warned Of
Explosions From The Sea
A Hurricane Hits The Lighthouse
The Blind Phooka
You Always See The Pony?
Murder #4 & Questions About The Black Tower
Pumpkins, Blueberries, and Shrimp
The Thullids Arrive In Town
Investigating Murder #5
ZooLock's Thullid Cultists
Where Are You Hiding That Horse?
Murder #6 - The Red Herring Murder
Murder #6 - The Real Murder
The First Try At Entering Black Tower
The Black Tower's Garden of Death
The Hostess Twinkie Aisle of Biddeford Wal-Mart
Elves In Chandeliers
Aardsvorkus Muddsburge & The Crystal cave of Time and Necromancy
The Train Station
Back At The Tavern
Mallac and The Murder Weapon
Mallac And The Shambling Dead - No Spell Is Ever without A Price
Why is there an elephant in my bed?
"Kcuf! Kcuf! Kcuf! Kcuf! Kcuf! Kcid a kcus! Kcuf!"
Another Night, Another Murder (Murder #7)
HellBorne The Evil, Lord of Black Tower
"My first thought was, where would a three year old put your bag of holding?"
The Oozing Plate Of Sugar Cookies Bludgeoned By The Courageous Alien Being Chased By A Bloodthirsty Crazed Celebrity Chef
The Map of The Town
Elwin and The Town Full of Dead Children
Glimmer Monks wear nothing underneath their robes...
Can Unicorns conceal themselves amongst normal horses and pick them off in secret?
The Thullids Are Gathering Around The Golden Rooster
A Bag Full of Pickled Jellyfish
Back At Black Tower
The Bottomless Pit
I'm HellBorne The Evil, Lord of Black Tower, of The Castle of Blood and Death
Necromancers Don't Wear Pink
BoomFuzzy's Evil Army of Blood Thirsty Marshmallow Tutti-Frutti Fuzzy Wuzzy Fluffy Bunnies
The Cult of The Sacred Pink Jelly Fish
The Pregnant Jellyfish and The Murdered Half-Elf
The Wrath of The Pink Necromancer
Back To Black Tower Again
The Ptarmagin Kats of Space Dock 13
On Board The VISION-D8
Elwin Again (The End?)
Did You Know?
The Summoner of Darkness is the first time The Gremlin, EelKat, Lyxiana, Bela, and Spriggan (all characters from the original 1978 edition of Friends Are Forever, Volume 1 of The Twighlight Manor Series) make appearances in The Quaraun series.
While most of the Quaraun series is written with Quaraun as the only point of view character, EelKat, the primary point of view character of the Twighlight Manor series, alternates with Quaraun as a point of view character in Summoner of Darkness.
The novel tells 2 stories side by side, with all odd numbered chapters telling Quaraun's version of the story in the 1400s, and all even numbered chapters being written as letters from EelKat in the 1980s to her sister Lynxian.
EelKat is a 4th wall meta breaking narrator.
Answering Reader Questions:
GhoulSpawn's Sheep Explained
A staple in every story that features GhoulSpawn, is his glittering technicolour herd of sheep, that gather around him to listen as he reads Dungeon's & Dragons manuals, while sitting in a red armchair, in the middle of some field.
I own the red chair, btw, which you see me sitting in in my BookTube videos while I read. You can see it in this video here:
The 2 most common reader questions asked about GhoulSpawn are:
- What the hell is it with the sheep? They don't serve any plot point and seem to be there for no reason at all. What the hell?
- Does GhoulSpawn have sex with his sheep or not?
The first story to feature Gremlin as a main character was The Wild Years, published in 1987. In this story he is a member of PETA on a mission to shut down Procter & Gamble, after encountering a local sheep farm that supplies lambs for Iams dogfood. In the slaughterhouse on the farm is a conveyor belt, onto which baby lambs are herded, then dropped into a grinder where they are chopped up while still alive.
If you have a stomach strong enough to view such things, you can see BOTH the Proctor & Gamble animal by-product grinder and McDonald's hamburger making grinder in this video here, which shows it being used on baby chickens and baby cows.
(The chicken grinder shown in this video is P&G's Iams dog food processing plant and the cow grinder seen here are Mcdonald's hamburgers be made for you.)
Please be warned, this anti-war, human rights, and animal rights protest video shows EXTREMELY GRAPHIC real life footage of poachers, slaughterhouses, human trafficing, KKK attacks, beheaded ISIS victims, and children killed by landmines.
VIEWER DISCRETION IS STRONGLY ADVISED!
Back to GhoulSpawn, the series' resident uber extreme animal rights activist...
This was a very real farm and a very real machine which I had seen when I was 8 years old, and was the reason I became an animal rights activist and a vegetarian. This aspect of GhoulSpawn's character, his being a vegan animal rights activist with a vendetta against P&G is based off my own life. (If you did not know, I am the founder of the real world Procter & Gamble Boycott and many of the Twighlight Manor books were written specifically for the boycott, thus why a character like The Gremlin took centre stage.)
Readers came to know that if Gremlin was in the story, so too would be references to the evils of Procter & Gamble, Iams dogfood's horrific sheep grinding machine, and mysterious disappearing sheep, along with his random ramblings against McDonald's, Burger King, and other giants in the animal abuse industry.
Unfortunately for GhoulSpawn, he's often rambling on deaf ears, as Quaraun, Unicorn, and others from the 1400s, have no way to comprehend the future atrocities being described by the time traveller. The reactions of people from the 1400s varies from thinking GhoulSpawn is a raving lunatic (thus why he is dubbed "GhoulSpawn the Crazed") to people understanding that he has seen something which has horribly upset him and feeling pity for him, but not really being able to understand exactly what he is talking about.
And then, when he can't get people to listen to him, he starts pulling sheep out of his pockets, not realizing that back in the 1400s he's surrounded by superstitious people who view magic, Wizards, and such things as evil sorcery and people practicing them as witches to be burned and destroyed. As a teenager from the 1970s, GhoulSpawn has as much trouble comprehending the 1400s mind as they have comprehending him.
As no one but GhoulSpawn can get anything out of or even see anything in his pockets, he can safely stuff sheep in his pockets and then innocently stand there while people run around like mad trying to figure out where all the sheep are disappearing to. He'll stuff another sheep in his pockets every time no one is looking and will continue to do this until the entire herd is gone/in his pockets. At which point he'll then jump back in his 1974 AMC Gremlin, fly back to the 1400s and set the sheep loose in green pastures.
GhoulSpawn has a particular affinity for Cotswold sheep, and his habit of stealing/rescuing sheep and taking them to the past, is used as an explanation for why Cotswolds were so very overpopulated in Medieval times, yet today are considered an endangered species.
Over the years it became a running gag in the series for other characters to bully and tease Gremlin claiming he had a sex fetish for sheep. However, GhoulSpawn does not have sex with his sheep and often seen deeply upset over the accusation. Because most people in the 1400s do not believe GhoulSpawn is a time traveller from the future, they say that he made up his story of rescuing sheep from "the gambler" to cover up habits of beasillity. Quaraun and Unicorn remain two of the only people to believe GhoulSpawn's story as he has taken them to the future and they have seen the things he speaks of for themselves.
The reason for GhoulSpawn's obsession with sheep, is a secret he rarely reveals and is known only to his closet friends: while the series often bills him as a half-Elf, leaving people to assume in also half-Human, is is rather instead half-Demon, specifically he is an Uruisg, which is a Scottish Sheep Demon, a man with the upper body of a man and the lower body of a Cotswold sheep.
In keeping with the actual Irish, Welsh, and Scottish folklore about Uruisg, GhoulSpawn is somewhat of a trickster and causes chaos to ensure whenever he is around. Also like the actual folklore he is a notorious thief and pickpocket, compulsively unable to control his urge to simply pick up and take every shiny object he sees.
Who Is GhoulSpawn?
This is the first time GhoulSpawn appears using the name GhoulSpawn. In previous volumes he was using the name Glinta instead.
In the Twighlight Manor series he is known as The Gremlin.
Quaraun's teenaged lover GhoulSpawn is a "natural born" Sorcerer. He is a half-Elf/half Demon.
GhoulSpawn's father was an evil Demon who commanded an army of Ghouls. Because of this, he was known simply as "The Ghoul".
GhoulSpawn's mother was a Sun Elf whom had fallen in love with The Ghoul, but was forbidden by her family to have contact with him. She in turn ran away with her Demon lover, thus causing a war between Elves and Demons.
The Sun Elves tell a story of how their Princess was kidnapped and raped by the Ghoul, thus she gave birth to the Spawn of the Ghoul. Though his mother named him Glinta, she died while he was still very young, and his Elven kin, took to calling him GhoulSpawn as a way to brand him not one of them.
GhoulSpawn is an interdimensional time traveller, because he is unable to remain in any one time, place or dimension long, because he was born in the Hell Dimension, which exists outside of the realm of time and space as we know it. The Ghoul tried to escape the Sun Elves by going to the distant future (1974) and leaving his half-Elf son and the boy's mother there to live among a band of LSD addicted hippie Humans whom drove a 1974 AMC Gremlin.
The Sun-Elves eventually found their missing she-Elf and brought her back to the 1400s where she belonged, but she refused to leave her half-Demon son behind.
After his mother's death, GhoulSpawn was made a servant to his High Elf step-father and full blooded Elf step siblings, all of whom abused him and treated him like a slave. He grew up constantly being told he, because he was only a half-Elf, was unloved and unwanted and should have been killed at birth, resulting in the very low self esteem he has.
Neither Demons nor half-Elves are considered welcomed members of society, both being forced to live in small tribal groups on the outskirts of civilization. Both are often stoned to death or hung if they dare set foot in a city.
GhoulSpawn being both a Demon and a half-Elf is doubly mistreated by the majority of the world's population. He takes to travelling with Quaraun because Quaraun simply accepts GhoulSpawn as he is and is not bothered by being seen in the company of either a Demon or a half-Elf.
There are several instances when people try to bully GhoulSpawn and Quaraun (a high ranking full-blooded aristocratic High Elf) is quick to stand up for him, protecting and defending the half-Elf. Quaraun is often classified by other Elves as "insane" simply because he is willing to be friends with a half-Elf.
GhoulSpawn has a speech impediment which lessens when he is relaxed and grows worse the more nervous or frightened he becomes.
Around calm laid back characters like Quaraun, GhoulSpawn speaks without difficulty. However around domineering, headstrong, or bullying characters such as Unicorn or HellBorne, GhoulSpawn develops a stutter, making it difficult for him the get to the end of a sentence.
Because he is a Demon, GhoulSpawn was born with natural magical abilities, making him a rare "natural born wizard" or sorcerer.
GhoulSpawn is typical of a Sorcerer in the Quaraun series, in that he has Demon blood, was thus born with a Demon's natural ability to cast magic on some levels, has taking to self-teaching himself how to control the magic powers he was born with, is outcast from society because of his link to Demons, and is generally not well thought of, even though he is not in any way evil, and is in fact the only part of the cast who could be considered anything close to being a Hero.
Being a time traveller, there are times when Quaraun encounteres both GhoulSpawn and his future counterpart Gremlin in the same novel.
This is the first novel in the series to feature multiple versions of GhoulSpawn in a single novel.
GhoulSpawn remains one of the most hated and most loved characters in the series. People who dislike him, absolutely despise him and have gone so far as to request I remove his character from the series entirely. While people who love him, often cite him as their favourite character and often request I add him into more stories more often.
For the people who don't like him, I'm sorry, but he remains one of my favourite characters of the series and he's not going anywhere.
For the people who want to see more of him: there are plans to make changes to several stories in the series to include him in the future editions, more often.
You can find out more about GhoulSpawn here:
Did You Know:
Summoner of Darkness
was written on location at the real Witch Pond?
Meet The Real Witch Hole Pond:
If You Want To Visit Witch Hole Pond For Yourself, Here Are The Directions To It:
(Address is: Witch Hole Pond, Carriage Road, Mt. Desert Island, Acadia National Park, Bar Harbour, Maine)
Interview With EelKat
While Walking On The Real Road To
Witch Hole Pond In Bar Harbour, Maine
A Real Turtle In Witch Hole Pond:
A Bald Eagle Bathing In Witch Hole Pond:
And the swamp just before the pond...
Driving Park Loop Road Around Witch Hole Pond...
And climbing Bubble Rock Mountain overlooking Witch Hole Pond...
This novel was originally written in: 2014 - 2016