Skyrim Fanfiction-Waking Tides (Chapter 1)Three figures move through the woods, silently and efficiently. They're tracking someone, and have been for days. The leader stops them when she finds a blood spot. She crouches down and removes her glove. He hand glows purple as she waves it over the blood spot. A copper taste fills her mouth and she tastes it before standing. "Orc," She says and looks to the west. "There's a fort nearby, we should check it out."Skyrim Fanfiction-Waking Tides (Chapter 1)4 hours ago in General Fiction More Like This
The two others follow her as she leads the way through the woods, where they eventually find a Fort. They instantly know that something went wrong when there's a dead bandit's body laying at the entrance. The first follower examines the body and finds the body mangled by crater-like mark in its ribs. "Blunt weapon, a club of sorts," He says. "Same over here," The second follower calls out. "The hell?" The woman mutters as she examines a dead archer, his bow lays af few inches from his fingers. She crouches down to examine an arrow sticking out of his head.
Chapter 2: The Other Adventurer"Sofie, Ma'isha!" I yelled from my bedroom.Chapter 2: The Other Adventurer8 hours ago in Humor More Like This
"Yes, Ma?" Sofie said, as she and Ma'isha came to the door.
"Do your chores now please." I said, glancing in the mirror.
"Yes Ma." They both said, hanging their heads and walking out. For the past few days I'd been feeling quite upset. I was easily angered and easily annoyed. I didn't know what it was. Suddenly, someone knocked on the front door. I jumped up and went to the door. I opened it, and wasn't sure what to make of what I saw. The person standing at the door was a young man. A Dark Elf like myself. He wore the ugliest Elven armour I'd ever seen but he seemed quite shy. He was carrying something behind his back.
"Does Poet live here?" He asked, looking down at his shoes.
"Maybe. Who are you and why do you want to know if she lives here?" I asked, standing up to my full height, which, admittedly, wasn't much.