This poem was inspired by the Havemal, a story from the Poetic Edda dipicting how Odin obtained runeknowledge and the runes. If you are totally unfamiliar with Norse Mythology it probably won't make much sense to you.
This is the story of a young viking on his first foreign raid. This is the first in a series of short stories I am writing about this character.
The Godhunter and Imril have reached the shores of the Bast Sea. While the Godhunter plans his next move against the Sky Lords, Arin and the Dirge move ever closer, the seer Casia guiding them. I apologize for the lateness of this one. Computer crash and schoolwork formed an unholy alliance against my once-a-month timetable.
In the windswept shadow of the Fallen Moon, two forces prepare for battle.Broon the Immortal marshals his cavalry against the Gifted horde of the Apostle...but the Apostle has no intention of playing fair. With the Seer blinded by his wards, he seeks to end the battle before it begins...This is the second-to-last part in the Fallen Moon series, not including the epilogue. Almost finished! I'll try and post the last two parts more quickly.
Sorrowdale itself has come under attack by agents of the Moon Lord; but the soldiers of the Rebellion, alongside the Women's Council, hope to catch the Acolytes by surprise...Meanwhile, Broon the Immortal crosses the Fields of Glass, seeking counsel from the Sundered Goddess...and perhaps, something else.
Sorrowdale is in grief yet again, suffering the losses of their sons and daughters in war with G'rell. Amidst the pain and sorrow, Sylva Grimhand must come to terms with who and what she is - the Daughter of Lesfyth, a Seer - and with the nature of the young Captain, Gregg, a potential ally with reasons to hold her in distrust...Meanwhile, Rost Grimhand continues his harrowing journey across the northern wastes, to his final, terrifying destination: the Fallen Moon.
A small story about two Rune Wanderers characters, who have a brief romantic encounter.
Just something for my first posting. The beggining of a young girls struggle to free her country from the opresion of the fire mages. 6-29-05
This is chapter 1 of a story. It might be a bit short for a chaper since it's only 2 and a half pages, but oh well. This is the story of a half-demon who is much like an innocent girl. She was created by a powerful wizard who wants a perfect creature for his own purposes. Thank you for placing new comments. (I had lost my comments some time ago)
Translations: parva una: little one Vita est dolor luculentus, forma caecata.: Life is splendid pain, blinding beauty. Nolo capere medicaminem non magis. Sine gravidam tui meam esse.: I do not want to take the medicine anymore. Allow me to be pregnant of you. Non possum: I cannot, I am not able to Bonum: good Te amo: I love you Bonam noctem: good night Just a fun little scene. The characters no longer exist in these forms as I've changed the setting and all. I still enjoy this, however. (For now.) I guess this is more fantasy than science fiction? Part of 100 Variations on a Theme.
Now but two days' journey from the Moon, Sorrowdale's army has become increasingly demoralized and despondent. Broon gathers his captains around the Seer, hoping for some last-minute intelligence. What he gets is not exactly what he had in mind...
Lomadia is an ordinary duchess with an ordinary life. But when the murder Pacifist threatens her home, drastic measures must be taken...
This is the story of a character of mine from an online RPG. It's a work in progress, but I'm adding sections daily.
A short poem about two characters from Rune Wanderers, the story featured here.
Ark Thanh's betrayal of the Rebellion could not have come at a worse time. Gregg finds himself helpless, with no choice but to continue his campaign against the Gifted, leaving the Landing to the Moon Lord. Sorrowdale's survival hinges on the successful activation of the Rune-barrier, and Gregg's patrol must clear the woods at all costs.Broon, however, follows his instincts north to the ruins of Saint's Landing...
Wheee!! Chapter 4!! Almost done... well... actually done, yes, FINALLY! No, this isn't the final chapter. As you might have noticed. Okay, now I'm just confusing myself. Whatever. Read!
This is just a little prologue to a much longer story I'm working on.