The Adventures of Morlith and Aasgar

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Tuesday, July 15, 2008

Lamentations for the Fallen (part IV)

Standing on one of the highest battlements of Fortress Cazrigar, Rhothwin pulled the grey, woolen vestment over his shoulders and wrapped the black, bearskin cloak around his body. He drew himself up to his full height and felt his body relax: he was exposed to a bitingly cold wind blowing down from... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, July 4, 2008


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Lamentations for the Fallen (part III)

When he was finished, he turned to Aasgar and Rhothwin. “It is done. We must go.” Before they could respond, he started marching from the Sepulchre toward the long, winding staircase that led to the upper levels of Orodrin’s keep and the world outside. He had seen enough of this place. The entire... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, July 1, 2008

Ch. 1: Lamentations for the Fallen (part II)

The King, his daughter, the three adventurers, and the soldier stood in a row before two stone sarcophagi and a great wooden bier, deep beneath Fortress Cazrigar in the Royal Sepulchre, a cavern hollowed out to serve as tomb for Orodrin’s ancestral line of kings. The body of Sorcerer King Ardivan... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 27, 2008

The Djinni's Ring: Ch. 1: Lamentations for the Fallen

Rhothwin solemnly bowed his head as King Orodrin placed an electrum necklace and pendant around his neck to denote the fact that he had saved the realm from certain destruction and devastation at the power of Adrinilax. The king’s hands were bound in cloth; it was quite likely that without immediate... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 20, 2008

In the Lair (part VII)

Morlith gasped, vainly trying to keep his eyes focused on Adrinilax as Rhothwin plunged Lorthar’s enchanted sword into the creature’s skull. When he was certain the dragon was dead, he glanced painfully around the room until he located Urgana’s form lying crumpled near one wall. He convulsed and... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, June 17, 2008

In the Lair (part VI)

Lithana dimly heard Princess Irilene chanting somewhere behind her and to the right. She also saw Rhothwin rush to Morlith’s side and smack the mage on the back of the head with his open palm, saying, “Come on, Morlith, we need you. Grieve later.” Then the rogue hurled himself forward at the dragon.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 13, 2008

In the Lair (part V)

Lithana drew her sword as Urgana’s body hurtled through the air above her head. She willed herself to take a step forward, then stopped. She’d seen Adrinilax twice before, once when he had destroyed the city of Daralon, and once again when he had laid waste to the army gathered at Ishard’s Finger.... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, June 10, 2008

In the Lair (part IV)

Father! Morlith thought. The woman’s gone mad. He motioned the rest of the group forward. They spread out as they crossed the room. The man on the throne turned his gaze to Lady Korin. “No, no…” he said, “Irilene, leave me be. Leave this place. The dragon—“ “Don’t worry, father,” Lady Korin said.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, June 6, 2008

In the Lair (part III)

Annoyed, Morlith snorted. “Why the subterfuge? Have we not earned your trust? There have been many times in our travels when we could have used your aid.” “Yes,” she said. “If there had been no other way, I would have revealed myself. Beneath the Tower of Osryn, for example, I almost told you then,... Sign in to see full entry.

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