A continuation, apparently, of the first chapter. I love how this one's coming along! Hardly anyone's read it... comments and critiques are always welcomed.
No, I didn't really have these dreams. And for the life of me I can't remember why I wrote this, but I thought it was an interesting contrast to some of the other things I have posted so here it is.
This is a poemI wrote about an NPC in our Vampire campaign. He´s an Elder who got so much used to hiding his true self with shadows that he barely is able to feel anything now. The only one who can break through this mask is his beloved childe.
A short story involving my own FFRP character Tristis and my husband's FFRP character SoulStealerDei, this is an incident that happened quite awhile back in which Tris felt somewhat obligated to restore her lover/nemesis after his body was destroyed saving her life. More stories about SoulStealerDei can be found at http://elfwood.lysator.liu.se/libr/b/i/bitterashes/bitterashes.html Hmm, for some reason I lost my Mod's Choice star... Darnit.
This is part of the first chapter of the book I have in the works...will finish it as soon as possible!
Don't go into the woods at night. Especially if you're a beautiful young maiden.
Its a kinda strange story...it's my short story for school so there's not fighting...its just about this girl who guards this giant Norse tree thing that supposedly holds the whole Norse world. . . I shoulda put the wolf in it but instead there's a big pretty bird... (p.s-I spelled the name wrong too..) And beware the somewhat sappy ending...its the best way to rope teachers
i have no other title for it... it's kinda a stupid title... eh. oh well. poem! em.... inspired after reading the first two books of the OTORI TALES. those good books man!
A short story, very different from my usual bent. *shrugs* kinda melancholy...
The Grand Finale, the Great Climax: After the terrible disaster has struck, and all his plans have shown their ultimate consequences, Murkha makes a final gambit to save himself, his world and his companion. But will the desperate plans of a single over-proud magician be enough to stop the incarnation of the Nameless? And even worse: What will happen if he should succeed? EDIT: I have been informed that the small line included in a magical formula needs to be translated. It's in Sylvan (self-made lingo), and reads roughly like this: 'We give pattern to they who have no pattern. I dance sorcery on them and upon their life' More or less. For more info on Sylvan, don't hesitate to ask.
The story keeps up with the theme from the last chapter, adding more interest to the story in general I'd say. The reader learns who the dark stranger was, and what has become of Rollins.
Ive always liked prologues, they can leave you on such cliffs. Anyway, this is the introduction for my first story (yes! There will be more...), In The Shadows. It didn't really take me long to finish, but hey, I like writing. So read and enjoy! Oh! And comment, please?