Temperance Ch 1Maerciless shifted against the frame of the North Gate. The midsummer sun beat down on the top of her head, and for once she was grateful for the envelope of cool air that seemed to follow her wherever she went. It was still hot, but it was bearable. The pandaren Dawn Watchers that she traded stations with were forced into pockets of shade, and she noticed them taking shorter shifts to escape the midday heat. She did not begrudge them seeking their personal comforts: although the tension between the Horde and Alliance was growing thicker every day, it was centered along the southern edge of the continent, in the Krasarang Wilds. With the elimination of the Sha that had infected the Temple of the Jade Serpent, the atmosphere in the town of Dawn's Blossom had gotten much lighter as of late. Maerciless yanked at the bottom of her breastplate in irritation. She was not fooled by the lack of action. She could feel it in the air, and she could tell the other officers did too. Something big wTemperance Ch 119 hours ago in Drama More Like This
Lessons from HeroesA dusty box of cartridges under the TVLessons from Heroes5 days ago in Traditional Fixed Forms More Like This
Controllers always tangled, and you’d get on to me.
One day when boredom struck me all those years ago,
You put in Ocarina, little me in shadow’s tow
While I watched with wide eyes as you put on a show.
We rode on valiant steeds, and captured many poes
I met the Twilight Princess, and conquered many foes.
There were fairies and heroes, swords to spare.
When the Princess needed saving, we were always there.
Courage, Link taught me, can come from anywhere.
Once again when boredom struck I found an old green case,
I became a Knight of the Republic, and I slid it into place.
Companionship, exploring and fighting Malak’s tyranny,
The utter shock and fear, as I learned that Revan was me.
Redemption, Revan taught me, can set the tortured free.
At Christmas time I pleaded, another story please!
The Jade Empire, you promised held adventure’s key.
I became the Last Spirit Monk, and gave a joyful cry!
Only to face betrayal, and watch
Chapter 1: Six Years LaterThings have never been the same since the Cataclysm. The fall of Deathwing brought peace. Though, I say peace subjectively. The lands are still ravaged by war and corruption, but the world breaker himself had finally been broken. My father went off to fight Deathwing and succeeded. However, I miss my father. My mother died giving birth to me twenty-four years ago and father was the only parent I had left. He had taught me everything: how to hunt (even though I had never killed anything); how to forage; how to survive. He even helped me catch my first pet. A white tiger who I named, Coraan. At the time, Coraan was distant and unloving. One morning, I found a letter in our... my mailbox, telling me I had "come of age and was to report to Ilthalaine in Shadowglen, immediately." I casted it aside at the time. My father always wished for me to go meet Ilthalaine. Telling me it would be a "great experience" and the world needed me. I didn't understand at the time, how could I wChapter 1: Six Years Later3 days ago in General Fiction More Like This
WoW Fanfic Caer'thas and Gurutha, PART 2NOTE: I do not own anything from World of Warcraft and its creators (Blizzard Entertainment / Activision Blizzard). This is simply a fanfiction written from my time within the game with the characters I created within the game.WoW Fanfic Caer'thas and Gurutha, PART 21 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
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Caer’thas considered himself infinitely lucky that it was Gurutha who had chosen to stalk him and not a male orc. He watched his reflection with disgust as his features turned green and gnarled, twisted and tusked. He didn’t doubt the sheer strength behind an orc – he’d been around them long enough now to know their power – but he certainly didn’t want to be one. Their appearance was nothing short of barbaric. At least the females were somewhat pleasing to look at.
He needed to be an orc for this particular conversation. Once the spell was finished casting he would be a simple novice orc warlock seeking to speak with the leader of the Burning Blade. Thankfully, the effects of the spell were no
WoW Fanfic Caer'thas and Gurutha, PART 1NOTE: I do not own anything from World of Warcraft and its creators (Blizzard Entertainment / Activision Blizzard). This is simply a fanfiction written from my time within the game with the characters I created within the game.WoW Fanfic Caer'thas and Gurutha, PART 11 week ago in General Fiction More Like This
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“Tch. I don’t see why you give these cretins the time of day,” Gurutha said with open disdain as she eyed the orcs creeping around the Cleft of Shadows. She was almost ashamed to belong to the same race. “They wallow here in their own pride until someone with more power comes along and puts them in their rightful place. It’s pathetic.”
“And where would that rightful place be?” Caer’thas replied, humor evident in his voice. She flashed him a large, tusked grin.
“Beneath my boot.”
“Do not forget that I am one of these cretins that you so dislike,” he stated. Her grin faded. She had half a mind to point out that he was not an orc, but an elf. She knew tha
Chaz2 Ch.6The trip to Ponde was uneventful. I didn't really expect anything. There was nothing going around. I'm not sure, if I have ever said it, but even if I did dislike cultists, they sure made things more interesting. Peace was boring. Some blood needs to be spilled to keep things interesting.Chaz2 Ch.61 week ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Anyway, only problem on the way back was when Filno's parents objected to us when we wanted to pick up some sheep from some farm to eat. Something about stealing being wrong? I didn't really listen to it and we did kind of ignore them.
Once we were close to Ponde, Filno and I disguised ourselves. I wasn't exactly sure, if anyone important still lingered at Northlands to keep things in check, so I didn't want to take chances someone being placed to watch when Filno or I happened to come around. I really couldn't bother meeting people like Thobias. Also more importantly, I didn't want anyone linking us to Filno's parents. They were supposed to be gone.
“This place has grown a bit since the last ti
Recruitment DayPoor Austin! Sent to the recruitment block of the Undercity's War Quarter. A thin rotter at the desk holding a long black quill looked up. "Austin Webber, your time has come to serve in the N.U.B.!" Austin stepped forward, his bones shaking from despair. "Yes, that is me...What is it officer?" The officer handed Austin a curved longblade used by the Forsaken Deathguard. "Welcome to the fold, Victory for Sylvanas!" Austin gulped, wondering what was to come of his new fate...Recruitment Day2 days ago in Drama More Like This