A djinn lamp being moved is an event that causes armies to maneuver and gods to stay up late. But when one is stolen? That's an act of war. Unfortunately, no one knows just who stole it. In the nearby city of Khomen-Te there's a new type of dungeon. A pyramid that sells tickets and has an advertising campaign. Agent Mungo of Gnome Intelligence believes there's a connection between it and the stolen lamp. Fortunately, he knows just the team to handle a dungeon and a missing artifact.
After five years as a city guard, Durham's horizontal career trajectory adds a corkscrew when a misdelivered order assigns him to caravan duty for an eclectic group of Dwarves who hire themselves out as professional dungeoneers. No ruler wants to leave a powerful magical weapon lying about in a dungeon where just any prophesied upstart can stumble across it and use it to overthrow the kingdom. That's where The Dungeoneers come in. Dungeons sacked, artifacts recovered, no job too big or too small. They're not adventurers; they're professionals. With the discovery that Durham may have arrived with a destiny attached to him the Dungeoneers find themselves in the midst of some history about to happen. Will experience and Dwarven know-how be enough to carry the day?
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Cursed gems, snake gods, lost temples, dark jungles and volcanoes. It could serve as a laundry list of things Ruby wanted nothing to do with. Yet now she's on her way, in search of a missing friend and with only a journal of cryptic clues and a notorious band of dungeoneering dwarves to guide her.
Salt-crusted veterans whisper of an island of swirling black fog that manifests in the night. Ships that sail into it are never seen again. One of those ships carried a mysterious relic that can not be allowed to remain lost.
The Dungeoneers take to the high seas to do what has never been done before--sail into the fog and return to tell the tale.
Pirates, sea monsters, smugglers, merfolk and slithery tentacle things with pointy bits stand between the dwarves and the most dangerous challenge they've ever faced.
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