The padded feet of Armun sounded thunderous within the cramped passages of the caves. Around him, darkness fell away into nothingness as he held his torch to the ceiling in an attempt to illuminate more of his passage. Armun had been drawn to the caves by a single, unrelenting force. Treasure. He had heard stories … Continue reading The Brickmakers
Lord Halmar heard the shriek of metal as it was pulled from a scabbard. On an instinct, he quickly reached down to his side, unsheathing the dagger he held on his side, stumbling towards the rough stone wall with surprise. He hit the side of the building with a surprised grunt, falling to the ground … Continue reading Aufora: Icebound Keep, Chapter 3
Jual sat silently. Below him, the great hall of Castle Sunkiss was filled with activity. High officers of the Grand Order of Pelegrin sat around tables set out with exquisite food-- Roasted lamb and duck were served on plates of silver that were already overflowing with cooked vegetables and warm loaves of soft bread. But, … Continue reading The Banquet at Sunkiss
Ian had stood in Kingsridge Square for a few hours, and nothing all too interesting had occurred. He and his friend Brom Reinford were both city guards, although Ian had ascended to the rank of corporal, making him the technical leader of the squadron. Their assignment to the square typically meant one thing-- waiting. Waiting … Continue reading Aufora: Icebound Keep, Chapter 2
Surrounded by monsterous mountain peaks, the city of Tarrin stood firmly. The town was small compared to other locations that had been assigned city lords, but it was an important position nonetheless. The main avenue cut through the center of the town, ending at the base of a large hillside. Horse-drawn carts clomped down the … Continue reading The Rush of Tarrin
The lives of characters such as Ian Whitecrest, Brom Reinford, Lord Halmar, and others are revealed in what I hope to turn into a novel-length piece, to be released in chapters. This is a newly edited version of the story, and the ones that were released prior are of worse quality.
The world seems far too unblanaced for the likes of some.