Dragon Torrick - "Flame" - Large 19" Premium Heart Shape Cushion
Cuddle up to this soft and cushy cushion while enjoying television, reading or sleeping. This luxury cushion is exceptionally stylish, adding an accent of class and personality to any girl's room.
The cushion case is made of 100% polyester fabric and is fully customizable with your photos, graphic and design. With dye sublimation printing, images will be transferred directly onto the case and colors will remain vibrant even after multiple washings. Comes in a cute heart shape, this custom cushion is filled with polyester fiber for premium comfort.
- Cushion included
- Filled material: 100% 3D polyester fiber
- Filling weight: 300g
- Cushion case material : polyester synthetic suede fabric
- Approx. dimension: 19" (L) x 16" (H)
- Zipper Closure
Note: Cushion come vacuum packed. Please hand fluff cushion to retain its shape once opened
Within every Razi, is their “sym”. A sym is like a “spirit animal” and is usually determined by whatever animal comes “naturally” to a Razi. Most times, a sym is discovered when a Razi is either in danger or desperate. It is like an “internal defense mechanism” for them.
Torrick first became his when he was thirteen and jumped out of his window in The Domorda Castle. His mother’s sym was a dragon. He often shapeshifts into this form rather than his own sym, the raven. In the books on several occasions, he had to carry others out of a situation, rather than becoming small and elusive. However, after the end of The Final Battle of The Dark War, leading into the events of Book Two: The Prophecy of Elements, there is an ancient Enchantment that will reveal a miracle of magic. Who was it that cast this Enchantment? Did he/she know Torrick’s mother? If so, was this all part of their plan?
Read the books to uncover the secrets!
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Reading sample: vocal.media/futurism/the-end-of-before
- The Deity Jewels: Part One, The Prophecy
- The Deity Jewels: Part Two, Omen of Demise
- The Deity Jewels: Part Three, The Final Battle
Artist: Jordan Ivey
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