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Wulfric the Wanderer

Charles Moffat created his "Wulfric the Wanderer" character in July 2007 as a Sword and Sorcery alternative to his heroic fantasy character Wrathgar. While both characters are barbarians from the Baarstammderstark tribe in the Snowfell Mountains, the style of storytelling between the two characters and their plots differed dramatically. The biggest difference being that Wulfric is a time traveler who bounces between different time periods of Korovia in order to either find his way back to his own time, or to try and find his beloved Tahira.

The first two stories were published out of order chronologically, but starting in 2020 Moffat has been making a concerted effort to publish more Wulfric stories in the correct order. Starting with "Portal of Destiny" he begins with an origin story to tell how Wulfric became a time traveler in the first place.

The Wulfric the Wanderer series follows in the tradition of Sword and Sorcery short stories similar to Conan the Barbarian, and Moffat's work in the genre is influenced by Robert E. Howard, Marion Zimmer Bradley, Robert Jordan, Andrew J. Offutt, Edgar Rice Burroughs and others.

Wulfric the Wanderer

Portal of Destiny

Released May 1st 2020.

Paperback 24 pages / eBook 18 pages.

Wulfric the Wanderer's origin story: Wulfric has grown weary of hunting in the Snowfell Mountains of Korovia and decides to head south, looking for danger and adventure. What he finds however is a portal that takes him back in time to when legendary warriors walked the land, and when great dragons ate warriors like himself as a snack.

Portal of Destiny - Large Print Trade Paperback, $3.99

Portal of Destiny - Kindle eBook, $0.99

The Cult of the She-Bear

Released January 1st 2021.

Paperback 122 pages / eBook 52 pages.

Wulfric the Wanderer has traveled back in time to Korovia's Stone Age, when it is on the cusp of the Bronze Age. He has earned the trust and respect of the chieftain Ko Margus, and Wulfric has accepted that he is somehow destined to be trapped in this time period for the time being. But trouble is afoot. The priest of the tribe doesn't trust him and is growing suspicious. Worse, the tribe is being splintered between those who worship the tribe's horse god and a cult within their ranks of those who worship a she-bear goddess.

When the tribe finds megalithic carvings of bears in the side of a mountain the two sides begin to bicker about whether to destroy the carvings. Wulfric decides to investigate the nearby caves and the cave art within, finding more caverns that delve deeper into the mountain. What he doesn't know is that the bear carvings outside are magical wards that prevent a demonic entity inside the mountain from escaping. If the carvings are destroyed the entity will be freed and it will be able to feed once more...

The Cult of the She-Bear - Large Print Trade Paperback, $5.99

The Cult of the She-Bear - Kindle eBook, $2.99

Shifting Shadows in Iztark

Coming March 1st 2020.

Paperback 62 pages / ebook 29 pages.

Wulfric the Wanderer has defeated the dark wizards inhabiting the Ivory Tower of Iztark, but upon exiting a strange old man approaches him with the promise of riches if he can assassinate the dark wizard known as Merchant-Lord Phrax Al-Amun. But Phrax's palace and harem full of women is guarded by more than mere mortal guards and the wandering barbarian-turned-assassin will have to battle his way through all manner of dangers and distractions.

Shifting Shadows in Iztark - Large Print Trade Paperback, $5.99

Shifting Shadows in Iztark - Kindle eBook, $2.99

Black Monoliths of Al-Kazar

Released September 7th 2012.

Paperback 41 pages / ebook 25 pages.

Tahira, Wulfric's great love, is dead and the barbarian from Korovia decides to strike out on his own. His journey brings him to a Quinian trading post on the coast of Al-Kazar... But what he encounters there however is black magic and 'Black Monoliths of Al-Kazar'. Forced into slavery Wulfric the Wanderer must unlock his own rage within the dark abyss of his soul.

Black Monoliths of Al-Kazar - Large Print Trade Paperback, $5.99)

Black Monoliths of Al-Kazar - Kindle eBook, $2.99

The Unbreakable Arrow

Released September 1st 2020.

Paperback 35 pages / ebook 31 pages.

Wulfric is hired by a priest to steal an ancient magical arrow from a dragon, with plans to use it to kill a demon. Wulfric doesn't trust the priest's motives but agrees to steal the arrow...

The Unbreakable Arrow - Large Print Trade Paperback, $5.99)

The Unbreakable Arrow - Kindle eBook, $2.99

Wulfric: Portal of Destiny

Wulfric: The Cult of the She-Bear

Wulfric: Shifting Shadows in Iztark

Wulfric: Black Monoliths of Al-Kazar

Wulfric: The Unbreakable Arrow

Untitled Future Projects

Moffat is working on more Wulfric short stories that will be released in 2021, 2022 and 2023. Check back in the future to see more releases.

Last Updated: February 23rd 2021.