Anthony J. Sava III was born in the late seventies on a hot summer night.  Ever since he was a child, he had a love for dragons, knights, and chivalry.  His introduction to the LEGO castle line helped that love blossom into the world now known as Ikros.

     Anthony graduated with a MIS degree from Texas A&M University, and is currently the webmaster of Studio Sava.  He lives on the Gulf Coast of Texas, where he is soon to marry his Fiancee' Christina.  They hope to settle down in Texas somewhere soon.
     Throughout college, Anthony worked on Ikros, first as a small novella, writing only a few chapters.  Then, after rediscovering his childhood LEGO collection, he began illustrating his story.  The few chapters became many, until all forty chapters of the Chronicles of Ikros were complete.  With the beginning of a new story, Ikros: Chaos Skies, who knows how far it will go.

     Anthony draws his inspiration from a lot of sources, books, movies, life experiences, but it is his family and friends that keep him going.  As he always says: "Ikros could never have gotten as far as it has if it weren't for the people who read my stories.  The fans are what keep this thing alive, and my family are my biggest fans."

      As for all that LEGO, well: "I get a lot of questions about the size of my collection, and about my free time.  I don't have a lot of either, to tell the truth.  As for an actual size to my collection, well, I'd have to guess I have around 40,000 pieces.  That may seem like a lot, but compared to some of the other guys out there, it's nothing."  

     Another question many people ask him is 'Why?'  Why make Ikros, why spend your time with all that LEGO, can't you spend time doing something else, something more productive?  "Sure, I could spend my time doing other things, there are a lot of different hobbies out there.  But you know, there are a lot of other things out there to do that are a lot worse.  At least building with LEGO and writing stories doesn't hurt anyone.  And besides, how many other people can say they're only grown up when they're not at home?"

     Will he ever produce the Kingdom of Ikros into a book?  "A book?  Yeah, I've thought about it a great deal.  In fact, I've started re-writing the Chronicles to be in a more book-ish form.  I don't know if I'll ever get it done, or if I do if I'll ever send it into a publishing house.  If I ever get an offer, though, I'll be sure to take them up on it."