Dragon Torrick - "Flame" - Pencil Case
Keep your stationery essentials organized in a unique personalized pencil case. This pencil case is sturdy, lightweight and most importantly, customizable with your own photos, images or design. The pencil case is made from durable polyester to withstand everyday use. It is a fun way to express your personality too! Create a funky pencil case for you and your little ones.
- Made from durable polyester fabric with zipper closure
- Black waterproof fabric inner layer for added protection
- Double sided printing
- Image imprinted using dye sublimation process to ensure everlasting effect
- Handmade pencil case can avoid the white borders in finished products.
- Dimensions: 8.75" x 4.25"
Position of the zipper in product designer may vary from the actual product. If you have a specific request,please feel free to contact our customer service representative for assistance
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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