Light of the Holy Dream ch.1Light of the Holy Dream ch.12 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
On a beautiful sunny day in the Redridge Mountains, I had found an unconscious Blood elf, named Ximka, on the shore of Lake Everstill, Being a person who hates to see people suffer; I rescued him and decided to nurse him back to health. However, my stepfather, a high elf named Thernar disliked it. He tried so hard to be rid of Ximka, but failed every time.
It has been a month and a half since, and I felt that after healing of both natural and magical, Ximka should be well enough to go from being bed ridden to being able to walk around a little. He stumbled at the first few guided steps, but as soon as I let go and let him walk on his own, he collapsed to his knees and held his side in pain. I quickly knelt down beside him and muttered a healing spell before helping him over to a large boulder to rest against. Ximka slumped against the boulder and let out a long sigh as he slid down to sit on the ground. He let his golden hair slide into his face as he bent his head down "I'm
Sedsha: A Change of SpaceSedsha: A Change of Space6 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
“Are you sure you want to go through with this?” Sedric asked “once I begin, there is no going back…” he added as he crossed his arms across his chest.
Vaesha took in a deep breath. For two-hundred years she has been a vampire, carrying her creator’s blood within her, even through her death at the hands of a Black Hand assassin. It took her weeks to wrap her mind around the idea of giving up her feral blood to become a pure blood vampire. What held her back was the thought of losing her non-existent tie to Vincente Valtieri. But after thinking deeply on it, she finally decided to go through with the transformation. Her eyes met with Sedric’s before nodding,
“I am ready…” she murmured.
Sedric uncrossed his arms and stood straight,
“Good, now stand still…” he muttered before he doubled over, transforming into the form of a Vampire Lord.
Once he had taken the form, he raised a clawed hand to pull Vaesha to hi
Sedsha: Meeting the Manic AmbassadorSedsha: Meeting the Manic Ambassador7 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
There was a frantic knock on the door, earning a sigh from Vaesha who had just sat down to enjoy her daily cup of blood. She pushed herself to her feet to go answer it, looking to Sedric with a raised brow as he just remained where he was, his jaw against his hand and a book in his lap.
“Don’t worry, I’ll get it!” she snapped.
Sedric rolled his eyes and sighed, turning a page of the book. As Vaesha placed her hand on the door, she felt a familiar presence. She groaned and yanked open the door, moving out of the way as a Bosmer with bi-colored eyes and bright white hair leapt towards her, a wide grin stretch upon her face.
“Ouch!” groaned the Bosmer as she landed on the stone floor, Vaesha standing behind her with her arms crossed, biting her cheek.
“Hello Vyri…” she sighed as she closed the door.
The Bosmer moved fast, grabbing Vaesha in a back-breaking hug, Vaesha struggling to break from her grasp,
“Oh, how I missed you Vae
Sedsha: A Change of AttireSedsha: A Change of Attire7 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Sedric sighed as he sensed Vaesha’s presence behind him; she was leaning in the doorway of his room, the usual smug look on her face. He finished lacing shut his crimson shirt before turning to face her,
“What is it that you want this time?” he asked.
“For someone who is trying to stay off the radar of the Dawnguard, you sure dress like a prime target…” she replied.
“What are you implying?” he asked in a sharp tone.
“I am talking about the fact that you get to still wear the Royal armor of Clan Volkihar, but I had to change my attire to something that doesn’t scream ‘Hey I’m from Dementia!’… That’s unfair you know,” Vaesha answered, crossing her arms over her dark blue tunic.
“It is not because your choice of attire screamed Shivering Isles,” Sedric replied with a sigh, reaching for his leather cuirass “It is the fact that you walk around showing all of Sky
Sedsha: Vaesha's Dazzling ReturnSedsha: Vaesha's Dazzling Return7 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Sedric awoke to a clunking sound. With a groan he eased an eye open to see that it was about midday, he sighed and sat up, rubbing his eyes to look for wherever the sound came from. To his astonishment, he saw the cause of his rude awakening; it was none other than Vaesha. He smiled at the comical scene in front of him; Vaesha was hunched over one of his trunks housing his many knickknacks, occasionally tossing out an article of clothing and muttering incoherently to herself.
Clearing his throat, Sedric eased himself out of bed holding a dagger he kept hidden under his pillow behind his back, gaining Vaesha’s attention who slowly straightened herself before looking over her shoulder.
“And, just what are you doing on this fine day?” he asked in a joking tone.
Vaesha grinned mischievously,
“Oh you know… looking for stuff…” she replied.
“What kind of stuff?” Sedric asked with a brow raised.
Vaesha pushed herself to stand, turning to
Sedsha: Vaesha's FantasySedsha: Vaesha's Fantasy6 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Vaesha and Sedric sat in the dining room of Proudspire Manor, enjoying their evening cup of blood. After swallowing the rest of the contents of her goblet and wiping away the excess blood from her mouth with a handkerchief, Vaesha gazed upwards at Sedric who sat on the opposite end of the table, enjoying his blood and balancing the goblet between his long fingers as he usually did.
“Say Sedric," Vaesha said to earn the Vampire Lord's attention "I'm curious, what did you look like before becoming a Vampire?" she asked.
"Sedric closed his eyes and took a deep breath, stroking his beard a few times before looking to Vaesha, setting his goblet down neatly upon the table's surface.
"Well, that's an idiotic question..." he muttered "I looked like this when I became a vampire, exactly the same as you see me now..." he added as he intertwined his fingers together to rest his chin upon them.
"No, I mean what was the color of your eyes?" she asked "Mine were almost as blue a
Sedsha: A Late Night SurpriseSedsha: A Late Night Surprise6 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
Kaisha sighed as she sat at a table of the eating area of Dawnstar Sanctuary. Rebuilding the Dark Brotherhood has been tough with only two speakers and her, the Listener. She had been going through days with massive headaches leaving her groaning in pain and rubbing her temples to help soothe her head.
“What’s wrong Kai?” asked a silken voice.
Kaisha looked up and saw the newest addition to the Brotherhood, Sedric. She smiled slightly as an acknowledgement before placing her cheek against the table, sighing heavily.
“Nazir and Babette just aren’t enough, Sedric…” she replied.
Sedric raised a brow,
“What do you mean?” he asked “Are they not following your tenets? Not doing the contracts correctly?” he asked once more.
Kaisha raised her head, her chin resting on the table,
“It’s not that…” she replied “It’s hard to run this guild with only two speakers and a listener… I tried as
Sedsha: Finding a HobbySedsha: Finding a Hobby7 months ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
As Vaesha sat in a chair in the living area of Proudspire Manor, She watched as Sedric paced around the manor like a caged Saber cat. He has been growing more restless with each passing day. He paused in his pacing and moved to lean against the windowsill, overlooking the Sea, in the direction of Castle Volkihar.
“What’s wrong Princess?” Vaesha asked.
Sedric sighed sharply,
“I don’t like being cooped up!” he replied “I spent the last three Eras cooped up inside Castle Volkihar because of Harkon, and now I am cooped up again in this tiny manor against my will!” he added, turning a sharp gaze towards Vaesha.
“I’m not forcing you to stay here you know…” she replied “You are free to come and go as you please… You are the one who decides to stay here…” Vaesha added, flicking some hair over her shoulder.
Sedric sighed sharply,
“It’s not my fault that I don’t know what to do!
Welcome to AleroniaWelcome to Aleronia3 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
They call it Aleronia, a World in the midst of a great blue nebula; the world is the youngest of the Nebula, as for it is in need of having the sky mended by the Ancient race that watches over all worlds. The race bares the name, Celestians, though in their ancient tongue, they are the Alekyr, which means Ancient.
The Alekyr created Aleronia for an experiment on how the separate races got along, but they made a mistake, they created the race of humans. The humans had genetics from every other race, but they did not put the most pure gene for fear of them being too powerful. The humans started out as any normal race, but without the pure gene, the gene of the Alekyr; they became corrupted. They embedded fear into the other races and caused a great war that resulted to the extinction of several races, When the Alekyr intervened, they saved seven of the once ten.
The humans were isolated away from the surviving races on their own continent; The Alekyr then left their posts and resumed in