The Thief and the Red Mandolin

The Thief and the Red Mandolin follows the parallel stories of two people, Hastiand, a traveling bard that carries a cursed, talking mandolin, and Satchel, a young thief-for-hire out on his first solo job.  Through the evil, talking mandolin he carries, Hastiand hopes to redeem past sins. In turn, the being trapped within the mandolin depends on Hastiand’s help to one day break free of its prison. When Hastiand inadvertently kills a man, a bounty hunter named Amon begins tracking him. But, Amon’s reasons for pursuing Hastiand go beyond mere reward money.

Satchel’s first solo job, stealing a scroll and a spyglass, goes well until his employer attacks him, but Jarek, Satchel’s gruff mentor, intervenes and saves him. Satchel and Hastiand’s paths cross in an explosive encounter when Hastiand tries to take the scroll.  This event acts as a catalyst, sparking a journey that takes Satchel across Tirian to discover the truth behind these strange items, one that will test Satchel’s mettle as a man. Meanwhile, the White Knight, bent on shaping the world to his liking, moves in the background to acquire the items for his own twisted means.

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