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The Pan's Jesters are here to bring you in the fantasy world of Edomius.

This is a world where peace and harmony exist in a distorted fashion and only for a mere few. Mighty warriors, demons, seductive vampires, twisted monsters, corrupted priests and regular human beings live together, fighting or making alliances in the hope of changing the fate of this planet.

If you want to know more about the fate of Edomius and the heroes/villains that live there, follow us and we will bring you in the most horrifying, adventurous and extreme fantasy story that you'll ever read!

Until now we only published the chapter 0, "Monstrous Genesis" which is divided in three stories.

 You will see how our heroes became what they are and read the very beginning of their adventures.

We will publish some free stories, that you can read and downlad here!

DOWNLOAD CHAPTER 0 PART1 HERE FOR FREE!!!

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If you enjoyed the part 1 (Tortuga) and would like to read the complete chapter 0 contact us to buy the full PDF.

Our new exciting short story "Werewolves Origins" is out!!! Read or downlad it now for FREE!!

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WEREWOLVES ORIGINS

FREE DOWNLOAD!!!

To celebrate the reunion and rebirth of Pan's Jesters and completing the

Chapter 0 "Monstrous Genesis" !!

Here is the legend of how the werewolves of Terram Lunae appeared in Edomius!

A 8 pages short story written in 2015 and realized in 2022!!

 

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Extras

Only for the most curious and directly from Pan's Jesters old archives we proudly present  you "the first steps of Jolly Poisson".

 

Read online some of our very first works that have nothing to do with the world of Edomius.

Read here the short adventure

"To walk the prank  of death means freedom"

written by our good friend and amazing writer Iannis Aliferis (thehouseofwriters.com).

Arts by Federico Arceri.

Dated 2013.

On the left you can read "Cacciatori di Demoni" (demons hunters), a short story by Federico Arceri.

Written in italian and dated 2008.

 

Here you can read the lengend of Pan's flute

"Il flauto di Pan" by Federico Arceri.

Written in italian and dated 2008.

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