A brief diary entry from an Aquinian soldier in regards to the Wilds.
Blizzards were notoriously common in Alvkhret, though, in the woman’s twenty years, she’d never been caught in one so fierce. Whilst initially she’d relished being lost in a white blanket of cold, she was realizing now that these crude outlines that made up her hands looked were becoming frostbitten. Vivid images of the blacksmith’s wife…… Continue reading Blizzard’s Haven
By Carl Beacker A cacophony of noise rose through the floorboards below; the sounds of crashing music, grunts, and women’s laughter, as well as the occasional moan. Elpis Cindrow hitched up his pants and buckled his belt, pausing as he turned to throw a handful of tiks at the bed behind him. He walked…… Continue reading Red Light
By Josh Aldred 5th day of the Water Moon, 1416 10 years before the Forges ignited The word: Mask is derived from the Mausk species. Culturally, the mask serves as both the individual’s identity and their disguise. They create a mask at a young age and wear it for the rest of their…… Continue reading Plague’s Guise
“The final moments of the warrior were naught but valiant. Against the inferno, he raged and spit and cursed. / But then, in a moment, he was one with Ouros. A deep breath he took and with one righteous strike he slew the inferno.” – The Book of Woe, Samot 4:14-4:15 * * * I…… Continue reading Conviction Reborn