Nora Stel read my first try at Connor and Binjii, and made an excellent point that they really are not realistic pirates, so I gave them another go, I think this one is better.
A poem about a drow male who is slowly dying while his female, who was enslaved to him for centures (yes, a very strange occurance) considers the situation.
A world no one knows, in a time no one has visited, two goddesses walk the planes of existence, punishing those they chose, and saving the few they choose for immortality.
The first part of Gwenievere's story, which is going to go along with Rosie Sanderson's Arthyr story...if she ever writes it!
Kana and Corte come face to face with the dreaded Phoenix Goddesses
A new story about Robin Hood and Maid Marian as young people growing up. It is not really how Robin and Marian met, but then it wouldn't be an original story if it was, now would it? This story is to be written in diary form, and these are the entries from early May. More to come.
Based off of a wiki at Elftown, this is a story about two Drow who are brought together (much to the female's dislike) in a destroyed City they wish to remake as their own.
This is a poem based on Penelope from the Odyssey. Now, if you're immature and can't deal with the idea that in the ancient Greek world it was acceptable for women to have women as lovers, I suggest you don't read this. And grow up.
Two pirates aboard a ship learning to get along and dealing with adolescence in their own ways.
Over 200 years in the future, a darkness falls over the earth, accompanied by a monsterous race who's goal is to destroy mankind.