The Adventures of Morlith and Aasgar

Wednesday, October 31, 2007

The Ilthwayne Forest (part III)

Almost immediately he tripped over a root in the darkness. He went down face first and barely caught himself with his hands. Cursing quietly, he scrambled to his feet. Need light, he thought. He uttered a word and snapped his fingers. A glowing ball of fire, no larger than a clenched fist, burst... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, October 29, 2007

The Ilthwayne Forest (part II)

“From what I’ve heard they are uncivilized barbarians,” Rhothwin said. “Barely more intelligent than a goblin.” “Well, regardless of what lurks beyond those trees, we’ve all agreed to face it,” Morlith said. He patted his horse on the rump. “Come, we should set up camp. I’ll hide the fire.” “I’ll... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 26, 2007

The Ilthwayne Forest (part I)

The next three days passed with little event while Morlith retreated inside himself to contemplate those last few moments before Jan-rath died. The centaur chief had cast a curse upon him with his last breath. Morlith had felt its power settle upon him like a mantle woven just for him. It had taken... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, October 24, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part VIII)

“Alright everyone,” Morlith said, mentally preparing himself to work his magic. “Get ready.” Aasgar stepped toward the approaching troop, placing himself squarely in their path. He pulled out his axe and held it before him, the butt of the weapon firmly planted in the ground. Rhothwin strung his... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, October 22, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part VII)

Two hours later, the companions were circled around a small campfire licking their fingers and disposing of the bones of a pair of prairie dogs Aasgar had caught with a dagger. Conversation was light and friendly. Urgana and Morlith shared many a glance and a smile. They sat closely together, and... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 19, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part VI)

The sun peaked above the horizon, slowly revealing itself like a great yellow-orange eye. Morlith plucked up his courage. “Every sunrise is unique. Every one is beautiful… much like you.” She looked at him, appearing slightly puzzled. “What was that?” “I said you are beautiful.” “You truly think... Sign in to see full entry.

Wednesday, October 17, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part V)

Morlith and Urgana scaled the fence with relative ease, not so Aasgar. The dwarf was dressed in heavy chain armor with plate leg guards and a heavy helm. He made two short-lived attempts to climb the wooden cross-beams but fell back on his rump both times. Finally, with a grunt of disgust he pulled... Sign in to see full entry.

Monday, October 15, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part IV)

Rhothwin skulked back toward The Cage while just several yards away a great melee among the centaurs had been engaged. As a rogue, Rhothwin’s eyes adjusted to the sudden darkness more quickly than that of his other companions, and probably even more quickly than that of the centaurs. He paused at... Sign in to see full entry.

Friday, October 12, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part III)

Lithana parried the sword blow from the goblin warrior. Dressed in the skin of a great boar, the creature was an imposing sight. Its blood-red skin peeked out through various openings in the animal-skin, and its muscular arms were exposed as it worked its heavy broad sword. It had a broad chest and... Sign in to see full entry.

Thursday, October 11, 2007

Curse of the Dying Chief (part II)

The centaur warriors looked back and forth amongst themselves, clearly troubled by Shad-jan’s offer to the chief. Many shifted their weight from side to side and pranced about in one place as Shad-jan continued speaking, “As for you others, I will not hold your allegiance to my father against you. I... Sign in to see full entry.

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