I was studying for my final English exam, and I got bored. This is the result. A bit of poetry, which is something strange, as I generally hate poetry.
Tulomon and Iliva have finally been reunited, but there is still one gaping difference between them. What will they do?
People can see the Pyllare, the power within every plant, animal, and person. People can see the Pyllare even with their eyes closed, so few ever open their eyes. But Nevin Sylesta is different. He does not contain the Pyllare. He can not see the Pyllare. And then he meets one like himself. (Another quote story! The quote was 'Let's commit suicide together.' The quote was given to me by my sister. I don't think this quote was ever in a story.)
Cardea's father is from the 25th Century. Her mother is from the 2nd century. Cardea lives with her father, in a time of AIs, drugs, and law-breaking teens, of which she is one, but sometimes wishes she could live in her mother's much simpler time. Then something happens that questions everything Cardea previously thought, and she is forced to change. (Based on the sentence 'You are my Chosen', given to me by a friend. The first of a long list of 'Quote Stories'.)
This is the fourth chapter of my story 'The Shifters'. For anyone who has been following the story, it's starting to get much more interesting, especially between Rince and Ari...
A loud boom sounds as the world is destroyed in a mage-blast. Now, the mage Ashra must go back in time and end the war that cause the blast. But to end the war, she must destroy the army, and that can be difficult. And she has her family again. How will she live, knowing when and how they will all die?
A light, humourous tale of an exiled dark elf, who meets with a happy-go-lucky halfling. The two mismatched companions travel together, despite the halfling's tendancy to try to get them both killed.