The Adventures of Morlith and Aasgar

Wednesday, December 19, 2007

Beyond Reach (part II)

Morlith looked first at Urgana sleeping peacefully, and then Lorthar who looked almost like a corpse. We certainly won’t be moving them anytime soon, he thought. He glanced at the sky. It was an hour or two past noon. “Well,” he said, “We’ll set up camp here. Aasgar, Rhothwin—you do the usual. Lady... Sign in to see full entry.

Tuesday, December 18, 2007

Beyond Reach (part I)

Morlith sat on the ground, cradling Urgana’s head in his lap. Tears streamed down his face and he choked back a sob. As much as he was angry with her for what she had said, he could not bear the thought of losing her. The assassin’s blade had pierced the priestess from behind. Rhothwin, being an... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, December 14, 2007

Bloodseeker (part V)

The dagger tumbled end over end into the trees toward what looked to be little more than a dark shadow. However, with blinding speed the shadow reached out and plucked the dagger from the air like a young boy playing ball. The shadow detached itself from the side of the oak tree which had shielded... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, December 10, 2007

Bloodseeker (part IV)

“She worships Dethrin,” Rhothwin said, leaning against the trunk of a nearby birch tree. “You should have expected as much.” “Did you?” Morlith replied. He still sat on a large boulder, but had turned so that he might cast an occasional glance at Urgana. An occasional glance and an occasional glare.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, December 7, 2007

Bloodseeker (part III)

Ashin Karr flitted from behind a tall hemlock to a ditch overshadowed by thick ferns and other shrubs. He heard the sounds of bare feet walking through the undergrowth. Three Ildreth passed a mere ten feet from his hiding spot. He could have killed them, of course, but that would have stirred up all... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, December 5, 2007

Bloodseeker (part II)

Colonel Oppens looked up at Lithana Khan and her two compatriots standing before him in the tent. The colonel sat at a desk holding a sheaf of parchment in both hands. He was a thin man who, when standing, was a scant few inches over six feet. He wore a thin black moustache and had a head topped... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, December 3, 2007

Bloodseeker (part I)

The companions regrouped on the northern side of the Ildreth village. By this time, much of the southern half of the village was burning. They took only a moment to congratulate each other on the success of the rescue and escape. It was Rhothwin who announced that Merkin Drun had been killed.... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, November 30, 2007

Amidst the Coils of the Ildreth (part VIII)

Ashin Karr stopped at the edge of the Ilthwayne Forest to study the trail he was following. Much to his chagrin, he realized that this particular trail was made by only two people, not four. He did a second survey of the almost unused campsite. There were two more trails. One consisted of a solitary... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007

Amidst the Coils of the Ildreth (part VII)

Rhothwin moved quickly. Using his short sword, he cut through the bonds that held Urgana. With her hands free she was able to undo the bonds on her feet and the gag in her mouth. Rhothwin moved over to help Aasgar, while Urgana helped the Lady Korin. The Lady Korin was normally an attractive... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, November 26, 2007

Amidst the Coils of the Ildreth (part VI)

Urgana watched in horror as Merkin Drun collapsed, blood dripping from his ruined face. It happened so quickly she barely had time to sense Death move in to claim him. The man convulsed once, then lay still. Her Lord’s presence faded, His prize in tow. Gurgling in anger, her mind raced through a... Sign in to see full entry.

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