This post was supposed to be the conclusion to Kaylirr’s story. I was however unable to create a good story out of it. Instead, I’ve decided to combine all three parts into one short story, and upload it like that. I am revisiting Kaylirr’s story in the near future, but he will be a part … Continue reading Kaylirr’s Yin & Yang Part 3 – Conclusion (Draft)
“Keep up, David, we still have a ways to go before nightfall.” The man up front was dressed in clothes that were designed with the philosophy that one could never have too many pockets. And each of those pockets was filled with something or another. There were pockets for food, a pocket for a water … Continue reading Uncovering the tomb of Danahsereth.
Loneliness My name is Faye. I am a thirty-year-old priest in service of the goddess of dreams. I have the ability to enter the dreams of those who pray to her and resolve that which is causing them anguish. `Quiet, Faye, there’s somebody here.’ I look at Arthur, who is sitting on my left shoulder. … Continue reading Dream Chaser Faye
`Alright then, be careful on the road.’ The guard let their small caravan through without much issue. Security was tightened significantly after the recent events that had taken place in and around the Celeran Canopy. The atmosphere had changed completely during the dreary winter that Kaylirr spent mostly bedridden. His wounds were serious and he … Continue reading Kaylirr’s Yin and Yang – Part 2
`You ready, boss?’ Sairoc was standing next to the wagon we were supposed to protect. The people we were with were already on the carts, and the horses were all drawn in front of it.`Ready as always, buddy.’ Kaylirr picked up his swords and put them under his belt. Their company of mercenaries was hired … Continue reading Kaylirr’s Yin and Yang
It was a late evening in early October. I was called over by the owner of a large mansion several miles south of the city. According to the man, there were strange sounds coming from the large open fields behind the mansion. The fields were not owned by anyone in particular, but until recently, no … Continue reading Down the rabbit hole.
`No, no, no. You’re doing it all wrong, Elena.’I can already see Monk Kiriak walk towards me. `Here we go again,’ I say under my breath.`What was that, dear?’`Nothing, Monk Kiriak, just a sigh of frustration.’`Not with me, I hope,’ the monk grinned. I honestly have no issues with Monk Kiriak, he is a very … Continue reading Firedancer Elena