A fairly big part of Legends of Windemere: Tribe of the Snow Tiger is about being a hero. You might be wondering why this is special since this comes into play in every book. It’s different this time. Several champions, but mostly Timoran, are put in positions where being the good hero will make the situation worse or let someone down. For example, if Nyx lets certain events unfold then it means she is removed from helping a friend. This isn’t about doing the right thing and making everything better. This is about possibly doing something that feels wrong to you and risks something because the ‘right’ way could cause more trouble. You see why it’s so hard to promote this volume? That isn’t one of the 3 questions:
- Have you ever written a hero or read of one where failing to act ended up being the heroic thing to do?
- What do you think of a hero sticking to their honors even if it leads to their destruction?
- How do you feel when you read of a hero failing, but you saw a way out that their code prevented them from pursuing?
This probably makes the book seem a little confusing, but I promise it makes sense within the pages. Read and find out.