Sweetest MotherSweetest Mother8 months ago in Short Stories More Like This
She began running past the hungry flames. Everything was wrong and going downhill as the sounds of swords clashed upon each other as the smoke and flames munching on the air and any furniture that wasn’t overturned and looted. Her dusty blonde hair started to become blacken as she crawled under a burning oak cabinet that covered the master bedroom of the burning hideout. She wasn’t thinking about the pain as flames licked her exposed neck and began to cling on her black and red armor, studded with little steel circles on her shoulder and her legs. The flames hugged onto her as she desperately tried to push a heavy, dark wood with steel-plated top armoire from the secret she kept. Her hazel green eyes looked at the burning room and she forced them to shut. “It’s all a nightmare,” She muttered as she pushed the armoire. Tear began to cloud her vision. “It’s all a NIGHTMARE!”
The ShadowScale"Assassins" He remembered his old Master telling him. "Assassins are the ones that kill so that the innocent don't dirty their hands. They take the contacts anger into themselves and use it to fuel their own blood lust young Shadow Scale"The ShadowScale3 years ago in Drama More Like This
He remembered his lessons, having been trained from birth to work for the Dark Brotherhood. Veezara was born to be here, and all it took was one look in those silver blue eyes to undo him. Years of training went out the window, lectures of being told that being an assassin meant no room for love. Astrid and Arnbjorn might've been able to make it work, but he never could.
Yet every night after she joined one or the other would slip in beside the first and they'd get no rest. Whenever she was out of a mark for Nazir, despite proving herself to be an able killer, he stilled worried greatly. When she returned to him unscratched he gathered her close and wouldn't let go for a while. If his old masters could see him now.
Maybe they would appro
Skyrim - Tale of a Legend: Chapter 7As Nazir and I walk through Dawnstar, I take note of how people seem to cower before my companion. I see people shudder as he walks by, and mothers ushering children either indoors or behind them. I make a mental note to ask him about this later.Skyrim - Tale of a Legend: Chapter 73 years ago in General Fiction More Like This
We pass a shabby looking building at the end of the town, and I hear Nazir mention something about a Mythic Dawn museum being here and also being completely pointless now its abandoned. We carry on walking past the small house and start to walk away from Dawnstar completely.
I know Nazir said this place was on the outskirts, but I couldn't help but feel slight paranoia build up at the thought of people being scared of the very man that's now leading me away into solitary.
We pass around the headland and come to a cluster of rocks, Nazir leads me around them a little more before I can see they open out into a pathway... with a horrific door at the end.
"This, my friend, is the Black Door," Nazir said, pulling me closer to it.
I nearly jumped ou