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Issue Details: First known date: 2009... 2009 Lady of the Lamp
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'On the borders of the Forest of Keak a mighty warrior and a host of Templar knights are readying for battle. At their head is a ruthless warlord who has devoted his life to the Quest. Jean de Lusignon has travelled the world tirelessly searching for the Holy Grail. Now Jean offers an ultimatum to the noblemen who rule the forest. Surrender the Grail or every living soul within their woodland realm will be branded a heretic and suffer the consequences of a bitter war. Prince-Bishop Arnulf calls a conclave in the Castle of Montsalvasch to prepare a desperate defence of the forest. But neither Jean de Lusignon, nor the Prince Bishop are all they appear to be and both sides are busy conjuring spirits to do their bidding. Meanwhile, out in the isolated fortress of Shelton, Kayfa has had a terrible, prophetic dream that has left her deeply confused. As clouds of war gather to darken the woods, she immerses herself in a study of the Grail. At last, she comes to realise only one woman stands between Jean and the terrible awesome spirit of the Grail. She is the Guardian. Lady of the Lamp.' - Publisher's blurb

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