The Adventures of Morlith and Aasgar

Monday, March 3, 2008

Wizard's Snare (part II)

Lorthan was the first to arrive. He took one look at the minotaur, then drew his sword, and started forward. Morlith reached out and grabbed him by the arm. “There’s a pit trap filled with acid right in front of you.” “Acid?” Aasgar said, entering the room. “What’s this about acid?” Urgana arrived... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, February 29, 2008

Wizard's Snare (part I)

The companions were forced to stop by another loud noise, like grinding stone. This time, Morlith and Rhothwin made the explicit effort to count the undead as they passed amongst them. To their dismay, the undead skeletons numbered only four. The first of the skeletons, along with about seven undead... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, February 27, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part X)

A moment later, Rhothwin disappeared from sight, crawling up (or was that down?) the wall toward the ceiling. Morlith squatted down to get a better view, but still could not see the rogue. Finally, he lay on the ground and stuck his head partway through the arch so he had a clear view of everything... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, February 25, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part IX)

The skeletal rodent never hit the floor. As soon as it passed through the arch, it was seized in midair by an invisible force and hurled toward the ceiling. Their was a faint crunching sound, then silence. “Well, that was interesting,” Rhothwin said. “Indeed,” Morlith replied. “I don’t think I’ve... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, February 22, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part VIII)

Soon, Rhothwin was slinking along beside him. The undead stood stock still in the middle of the corridor, forcing the pair of them to move around them. On more than one occasion, Morlith slipped and brought his foot down on the back of a small, skeletal rat. Of course, the diminutive creature could... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, February 20, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part VII)

“You should really apologize,” Morlith said. Aasgar stopped marching. The small army of skeletal rats with its entourage of seven skeletal humans, and a half-troll continued moving until they were beyond the edge of the light. After finally deciding to use the undead creatures and corpses as Morlith... Sign in to see full entry.

Apology to my Readers

****************************************************************** I feel the need to apologize to my readers. I was feeling so burned out, I basically took a week off without adding anything to my blog. Anyway, I feel a little bit better... at least well enough that I can continue my fantasy blog.... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, February 11, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part VI)

The stench was awful: burnt flesh, ash, and rot. The town of Gilrak had met a very unpleasant end, indeed. No doubt the dragon’s doing, Lithana thought. Gilrak, like every other small village and hamlet they had encountered of late, was little more than a smoking ruin. The farmlands around the edges... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, February 8, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part V)

Urgana stepped forward off the path and lifted her hands. “Rise!” she commanded. “Attack!” Suddenly, the room was filled with scratching and clicking noises emanating from both sides of the path. A figure rose out of the moss, poking through the surface like a child leaving the womb. A skull sat... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, February 6, 2008

Beneath the Wizard Tower (part IV)

The entire floor rippled beneath Aasgar’s feet, knocking him to the ground and sending him sprawling across the path. His axe fell almost precisely where he had been standing. Meanwhile, his flailing limbs sent small marble stones skittering away from him to the other side of the path. Soon, there... Sign in to see full entry.

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