Revenge of the Drow

Drow, also known as Trow, Dark Elves, Black Elves, Dökkálfar, and Svartalfar, were first documented in literature by Sir Walter Scott's "Letters on Demonology and Witchcraft, Letter IV. (1830)", and based on Norse mythology and folklore of the Orkney and Shetland islands. Behold Dave Brynlund's adaptation of his original sci-fi/fantasy screenplay, "Revenge of the Drow" - the tale of Felyn, sole survivor of a mysterious race's genocide, who vows revenge upon the evil royal family and legendary swordsman responsible for the death of her people.