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Explore the world of Alagaesia as a 3D recreation inside ‘Minecraft’ (a building and creation video game)

A group of dedicated Inheritance fans and Minecraft building pros have embarked on an epic journey: creating the world of Alagaesia, based largely off of Christopher Paolini’s illustrated map and descriptions found within the book, in the popular voxel building video game, Minecraft! The project’s lead, known as “Nomadic Penguin”, was kind of enough to

“Awakening”: Experience the moment that started it all for Eragon and Saphira, illustrated for the first time! #Eragon10th

Every fan can agree that the scene in which Saphira hatches for Eragon and the pair become bonded is hands down the most iconic scene in the Inheritance Cycle. One artist, Eumenidi on DeviantArt, decided to illustrate this scene in a piece titled “Awakening”:While in a style we rarely see associated with official artwork from

“Amid the Ruins”: Relive one of the most iconic Inheritance Cycle scenes in this stunning graphic novel-style experience

An amazingly talented artist by the name of Eumenidi on DeviantArt recently illustrated one of the most memorable and awe-inspiring scenes in the Inheritance Cycle: when Eragon and Saphira first visit the ruins of Vroengard Island in the Inheritance chapter “Amid the Ruins”: Relive the scene from the book alongside this beautiful graphic novel-style artwork:

The Gates of Death: Eragon, Roran, and Saphira search for Katrina and the Ra’zac deep within Helgrind (fan art)

The above fan art, drawn by an unknown artist, depicts the opening moments of Brisingr in which Eragon, Roran, and Saphira search deep within Helgrind for Katrina, who they later discover is being held prisoner by the Ra’zac and Lethrblaka along with her father, Sloan. “And though Eragon risked discovery by his ghostly investigation, he,

The weapons of Alagaesia: Learn more about these mystical weapons and items, and view them for the first time ever!

Battles have been fought and won — and sometimes lost — in Alagaesia using mystical and unique weapons for centuries. Rhunon, the renowned elf responsible for the creation of the Riders’ blades, is a prime example of the type of individual it takes to craft these exotic weapons of death, destruction, and occasionally salvation. Similarly,