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Running an engineering business is tough, especially when you have to deal with the Halfling mafia!
Gappy Whirligig is an industrious Gnome who has yet to reach the Age of Tinkering.
But, as anyone who lives in the Gnome town of Hubintegler can tell you, things have a way of exploding when least expected. In a flash, Gappy’s life flips upside down, leaving him to make the decision to either strike out on his own or become a 42-year-old foster child.
Gappy leaves Hubintegler’s rules and regulations behind as he seeks to make his mark in the seedy town of Planoontik. His plan is to set up a shop that will fund his ability to build a flying machine he’s calling a “Whirligig,” but Planoontik is turning out to be a harsh mistress (not that kind) and Gappy has a limited budget to literally get things off the ground.
Along with his assistant, an Orc by the name of Shrit, Gappy fights through the red tape of starting and running a business, deals with the local Halfia (the Halfling Mafia), and battles the only competition in town.
The worst part is that his only competitor is a fellow Gnome. And she’s not only conniving, cold, and ruthless… she’s also dreamy.
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