Just a quick little something I wrote while extremely bored in my Middle Ages class.
This is the end of the last task one of my characters had to go through to become a god. This is the bard from Who's... Going... First? after a lot of adventuring.
This is a journal entry from the bard in Tone Deaf. It reads like a mythology text and it's supposed to.
The title of this story is a running joke at the RP table. It generally panics the players and makes us do stupid things. This is the first time it was used.
This is a poem about the statue created by Pygmalion... if you're not familiar with the story, PICK UP A BOOK!!!!
Okay, after a lot of talk about what muses are and what they do, I came up with this. I couldn't sleep until I got it written. Now, you all get to share the sleep deprived fantasy. Enjoy! Oh, and watch out for the waffle.
I was just talking to some of my peeps about the Hero Cycle (see Tone Deaf) and what kind of people it would be about. Davin in this story is supposed to sort of resemble Sinbad or Aladdin only without being Disneyfied and with some actually noble ideals. It's meant to be something of a prelude to a series of short stories I may or may not put up here being as they haven't been written yet.
This is from the point of view of a mage in a novellette that I'm writing. She almost dies after this.
This is about hellhounds... what can I say? It's October and all of my professors are talking about doom and gloom.
This is a story about true love that becomes a little twisted. It has a happy ending though.
This is the first part of the first chapter of the story I am writing about the mage. It's not done yet but criticism/comments are appreciated.
Have you ever noticed that bards are never really the Hero in any of the great sagas or stories? Well, some of the people who wrote the songs and things about the heroes came to unpleasant ends. I let myself take that road with this story and show the person really responsible for defeating the warlord.
Okay, I re-did the story I got Mod's choice for and here it is. Read and compare. Do the changes make the story better or worse? (Thank you Linda for all your help!)
This is the story of the reason the goddess of magic took her 'blessing' away from the people of Ccchansy.