Welcome to the hellscape, a harsh landscape rife with prejudice, where demons prey and possess the living.
Once considered just a myth The Scarlet Church has risen, waging war against the Eurchurch. It's up to the Stray Dogs, a ragtag group of criminals, a healer, and an enigmatic practitioner who's intentions lay shrouded in mystery, must risk their lives on the frontlines to discover what The Scarlet Church is up to.
After one man dies in the real world, he wakes up to find he has transmigrated into Red Riding Hoodie, the worst novel he ever had the misfortune of reading.
As he awakens, he's greeted by the Re: Life System, who tells him his "account" is now bound to the character Hal Schuyler, the original hero of the novel (who is petty and a huge asshole). He realizes he has to change the story to avoid being killed by the main character's sometimes friend, Alaric. But the System has other ideas, not allowing him to act too out-of-character to avoid derailing the plot.
Growing up as a wolf shifter with no pack was hard for Anlon O'Connor, harder yet was having a grandfather who did not want to give you any clues to your past. Having been raised by his grandparents. Anlon only knows bits and pieces of his past, something that made him and his wolf feel incomplete. Now his grandfather has passed and the most handsome of strangers has appeared. Will the stranger answer his questions about the past?
Hope is a rogue. But that doesn't mean he's bad. Not that the world cares. All they see is a demon trying to corrupt the world. But behind that is a gentle soul who cares about his family.
Elliun doesn't care if a tiefling has a soul. A demon is a demon, as far as he's concerned. But when a palace he has been hired to protect is burglarized, he soon finds that not every demon is a monster.
Jonathan Davenport, Alpha of the Homestead Pack, must not only take on those responsible for the disappearances of many Lycans but also the North American Lycan Council. With this uphill battle leading to all-out war, will Jon find the help he'll need to survive the heat of battle and the boredom of politics?
Prompt pieces in a high fantasy setting:
Teague Imlach is a young wizard. He's been brought up isolated on the mages' island since he was a toddler and is a bit awkward as a result. Now he discovers friendship for the first time. There is much to unearth from a person's past as you get to know them, especially if they have seen war, the edge of the known world, and lived a full life before you were even born.
And maybe there are different kinds of friendship.
Rumors of a traveling doctor spread like wildfire throughout Bosefestung, and Arden Grey finds it harder to maintain a humble presence. He gains the attention of the Templar and Mages Hall, half the nobles in the city, the city-state's Guard-Captain, and the city's Underground. Since when had serving the sick and wounded become so complex?