DAO: Not Falling Apart Pt 2Morning at Denerim Palace came with roars and the sounds of chairs hitting the flag stones.DAO: Not Falling Apart Pt 24 years ago in Introductions & Chapters More Like This
"GONE?!" Alistair bellowed at one of the palace guards. "What do you mean, gone?!" He demanded, throwing his arms out in frustration. He was at breakfast, with Arl Eamon, Teagan and Kellar. All his other guests had departed back to their own places of accommodation. Normally Isha joined him for breakfast today she had not appeared as she normally did. At first Alistair had thought she was angry with him and avoiding him, but had asked two of the guards to summon her anyway.
She was his Chancellor, she had a job to do. It did not matter whether she was happy with him or not.
That was when the news had been delivered. Her door had been unlocked and many belongings had disappeared. The bed had not been slept in, the fire place was undisturbed. She had not been in her room.
Hearing the news Alistair had risen from his chair at such a speed, the chair had fallen back and crashed onto th
From Nightmares to DreamscapesFrom Nightmares to DreamscapesFrom Nightmares to Dreamscapes4 years ago in Short Stories More Like This
A whimper, then a long moan, filtered through the campsite, causing more than a few of those trying to sleep to mutter ungracious words. When a sharp cry split through the night air a few moments later, Alistair growled and stalked out of his tent to Kaylahna's, shoving open the canvas flap.
"By Andraste's flaming sword could you two please keep it down " he trailed off as he finally took a look inside the tent to see Zevran holding the sleeping warden in his lap, the elven woman curled up into as small of a ball as she could, her body shaking and straining from the nightmare that gripped her in its razor sharp claws. Zevran looked up at Alistair, while running a comforting hand over his lover's arm and back, his eyes dark and haunted.
"Kaylahna, bella mia, she has been having these nightmares quite often lately. They've been getting worse the closer we get to Denerim. I can usual