The fourth dawn is here in all its crimson glory.
Some more Dialogues in Fantasyland. See 'Dialogues in Fantasyland, part I' for description.
The poem enters its second major part: The Crimson Tear (the first one was called 'The Rose of Ladark'). The gloom of the Forest of Baruk is cheerful in comparison to the devistation of Ladark. Atleast here your greatest fear is a giant jaguar...
The first chapter of a story I'm writing. Nothing more to say right now.
Dispair grows within the maze of the Forest of Baruk, and back in Ladark the past few days seem friendly and happy in comparison to the current evloution of events.
A snippet about Colin and Queen Ellena. This takes place some time after Wyvern's Project One.
Part three of 'Two Paths.' We meet Dominic d'Boniface, at war on behalf of his brutal father the Duke, against peasants in rebellion.
Most of us know how the princesses or Prince suffer when enchanted. But what of the poor peasents who tend them. This is my take on the common mans Garret the farmer suffering when he finds his girl Leeanne maid of the princess is a victum of the princess's enchantment.In the story Sleeping beauty all with in the castles walls slept. In other Brothers Grim the peasants suffered like wise.
Sidrok questions his new allies, yet does not hestitate to jump into battle against the Estates. This cycle is the last of this update, as the rest are not yet typed.
Cycle Seven: What happens when those who preach a more egalitarian way are just like those who they over throw? The Nordya are unforgiving. Interlude: A new dawn arises from a flaming pyre.
Unexpected captors, or are they friends? Confusion and beatings occur in the camp of the County Nordya. The quest for power corrupts...
I had to write this story for my Literature class in Grade 10. I really just whipped it off, even faster than I did the English story, 'Forgotten.' A bit more background to this is needed, I guess. The assignment called for me to write an excerpt from the beginning of a chapter that is supposed to belong to a literature era, with the choices being: Victorian, Elizabethan, Romantascist, And something else. I chose Victorian, which it is claimed Charles Dickens was the embodiment of. So, the lord and lady are not there only to attempt to mock the upper class, but to attempt to mock my highschool principal (A Mr. Livingstone. I bear no liking towards that man, I'm afraid) by making the lord have similar characteristics, and the model industry via the lady. Written by: Julian Greene with Harold Worthington, and possibly Bentwood Wentworth the III
Here is the start of a novel that's not supposed to be good enough to publish. It's a silly little story for me to write.
Li quickly increases the oppression of the Nordya, creating ghetto-like subcities reminciant of Nazi-Germany and contemporary Israel-Palestine, though his crimes are more reflective of what one may see in Braveheart. Sanity fades...
The Fourth dawn has passed, yet peace still evades the embattled Nordya. They decide that an embassy is necassary to besiege the gates, which are still held by the forces of Great House Ni'ya. Li, meanwhile, has no sanity remaining and is caged in his central palace.
A short story of woman who has the responisbilty of a king thrust upon her
Dyian Caronas travels to Mariek to join a new faction of the country's rebel movement. Unbeknown to him, he is already being followed...