Welcome Home Welcome Home.Welcome Home3 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
(Hooray, a Skyrim fic. XD)
A soft groan is the only sound in the large room accompanied by the turning of pages. Crysta just returned to Jorrvaskr from being away on her adventures. It's been a while since Kodilak named her Harbringer of the Companions. Most of the members welcomed her as their new leader while a few find it strange, she was just a new member two weeks before given the title. Njada made it clear that she was envious with the claim that Crysta's friendship with Whiterun's Thane made her a favored candidate. If only she knew what Crysta had to go through with her friends to get the title. It's been over two months since she last stayed in the Harbringer's quarters she calls home. It was late last night when Crysta left her companions, Etrand and his husband, Balimund to have their brief vacation in Breezehome. She had to come back and see her husband. It's far too long. Crysta sighs and takes a sip from her goblet while turning a pag
Imprinted - Chapter 1My Shield-brotherImprinted - Chapter 14 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Lupina walked into Jorrvaskr and found Vilkas and Kodlak were stood with each other. Vilkas looked up at Lupina as did Kodlak.
"Vilkas says you're good." Kodlak smiled. "So this is the task you're getting." Farkas walked through the door then, and Lupina looked up at him. His grey eyes found hers and he quickly aborted and looked up at Kodlak.
"Good timing, Farkas." Kodlak smiled, and then turned his attention to Lupina again. "I want you to go the Dustman's Cairn, and retrieve a fragment of Wuurthrad from there." Farkas immediately objected.
"But Kodlak!" He protested. "It is much too dangerous for her to go alone!" Kodlak looked up at Farkas.
"And that, my son, is why you will be her shield-brother." Lupina looked up at this.
"Shield-brother?" She repeated. "What's that?" Farkas looked down at her.
"I'll explain to you later." He murmured. "For now, let's head to Dustman's Cairn." Lupina hesitated, then nodded, and followed him out of the door.
"So " Lupina sa