These stories form Beryl's main character arc.
Long ago, Beryl committed a terrible crime, and her sister cast her out of her noble house. But now Astria Trevanei has found a use for her sister's talent with small magic.
It's been a long time since Beryl had anyone to trust. Now that she has crossed the planes, a chance encounter could change everything.
Beryl ventures across the Blind Eternities to a new world, where she meets someone else who knows a thing or two about fire.
Beryl returns home to seek a new understanding with her sister. Astria, meanwhile, has an agenda of her own.
When Beryl is in need of help, the Multiverse's greatest loan shark is willing to offer his services... for a price.
Beryl tries to cut ties with Astria once and for all, only to discover that escaping from her sister's web of intrigue may not be so simple.
Beryl finds help in a most unlikely place, when she meets a planeswalking thief with an uncanny ability to predict the future.
An old friend from Beryl's childhood reappears, and what he reveals to her about the past just might be the key to changing the future.
Unfortunately, the artifacts Beryl needs to stop The Duchess are locked in the Trevanei vault. Fortunately, Alessa Rehn knows a thing or two about breaking and entering.
Beryl confronts Astria, as the future of their world hangs in the balance.
When Beryl appears on Aloise Hartley's doorstep, looking cold, haunted, and alone, Aloise wants to help. But will Beryl let her?
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Aloise's kindness has brought Beryl some small measure of peace, but, when a mutual acquaintance reappears, everything could change.
These stories are not part of Beryl's main arc, but provide additional glimpses into her past and present.
The planeswalking magician, Nasperge, discovers that his old friend, Moira Trevanei, may have a trick or two up her own sleeve.
In an episode from Beryl's past, the scarred woman is reminded of how the rest of the world sees her.
Aloise and Beryl share a moment of peace together as they watch the sky. But Aloise observes something deeper.
On a distant plane, the human cost of war is laid bare.
In a moment of loss, Beryl attempts to pick up the pieces.