Rise of the Dragon
The Drian'Mar are an ancient people, with blood hundreds of thousands of years old. Their task, given to them by the gods, was always to protect Humanity from the Cossculdi.
Drian'Mar means Dragons blood, and Cossculdi means children. A race that calls themselves the children of the dragon. Their purpose in life, to destroy all intelligent life. They believe that there are two ways to ascend to the right hand of their god. Dying fighting for him, or by cleansing the universe of all intelligent life.
The Drian'Mar are constantly pushed to the brink of extinction. Their very way of life prohibits them from ever becoming strong enough to stand toe to toe with their ancient enemy. But one young Druarch (Prince) has a plan, a dream, a hope! Unfortunately, the instincts of the Drian'Mar Patriarch are stronger than hopes or plans. That young Prince is killed by his own father. However, his death, may be what makes the Patriarch see the truth, despite instinct hundreds of thousands of years old telling him otherwise.
That young Druarch is cloned, given memories and knowledge, and sent to the last of the ancient races to be trained and grow.
ValonahrrDrian'Mar has a chance to do what no Drian'Mar has ever done. A chance to change and create an Empire that MIGHT be able to stand against the children of the dragon.
Book Four The Hunters of Children.
Even the mighty Drian'Mar know that they need allies if they are to face fleets of Billions of Cossculdi ships. Unfortunately, the Cossculdi seem to have allies of their own. The Lethroa, the supreme race now appear to be loosely allied with the Cossculdi. How one race that demands the subservience or death of all Lesser races accepts the Cossculdi as allies, is only a single puzzle that must be worked out as the Drian'Mar make friends and gather allies as they prepare to take the fight to their ancient nemesis....