ⓘ Children of the Rune

                                     

ⓘ Children of the Rune

Children of the Rune is a Korean novel by Jeon Min-Hee. The novel is set in the same world found in the online video game Talesweaver, but has a different storyline. The world first appeared in a Korean online chatting program, 4Leaf. It has two parts, the first is Winterer, and the second is Demonic. The third part is "Blooded". Currently being published in "Kakaopage" This website is not available out side of Korea.

                                     
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