Chapter 1: Appearances Part II of II"So you admit he's back to-" Leander started, but it was Koshei's turn to shoot him a look. The paladin quieted back down, though he did so rather unhappily. He wondered if the mage was ever going to get past the 'introductions' and ask her any real questions. This was a colossal waste of time.Chapter 1: Appearances Part II of II in General Fiction More Like This
"There is a belief that he is connected with the disappearance of specific corpses and prisoners. Possibly for the use of blood magic."
Koshei was careful to stress the word 'belief,' trying to get across to her that they didn't have any actual proof and it was only speculation. Hopefully she would continue to firmly deny the accusations. Honestly, Koshei didn't even care if they were true or not. It was their own business.
"Would you be willing to clear up any of these incidents?"
"Yes, he's back to his voodoo practice," Yarifeth snapped back. There was no secret in that. They had been performing services openly as of late. The accepted ones, at least. "Is that illegal? Shall we go over to the
Chapter 1: Appearances Part I of IIOrgrimmar was hot. Well, it was always rather warm, even in the winter. Something about this day, however, was especially stifling. Perhaps it was this assignment to track down and investigate a pair who had supposedly been practicing an outlawed sort of voodoo. Apparently it involved using blood. Every source, however, had been an Alliance corpse. Koshei could see nothing objectionable about this. A dead Ally was lucky it wasn't torn apart by wild boars. What did they care what the bodies were used for?Chapter 1: Appearances Part I of II in General Fiction More Like This
The 'mission,' however, was not the largest thorn in the elf's side. Slowly, Koshei glanced over at the paladin standing next to him. Leander.
"Looks like they finally split up. She's heading down the drag probably towards the Valley of Wisdom," Leander observed, shielding his eyes with a hand. "Unless you'd rather go after that monster of a troll."
The paladin grinned, elbowing him in the side. Koshei struggled to keep from rolling his eyes. Leander was his superior by tw
Ch 4: AcceptanceThis one is only one part! Also, it's safe for work and mostly just full of derps. -JisukCh 4: Acceptance in General Fiction More Like This
It's slightly plot significant, but mostly it's just us fooling around and relaxing with a "slice of life" type of RP session So I dunno, it may bore you, it may not! -Yapi
Meiles leaned on Jin'thekk's door frame, smoking his thin, long handled pipe as he stared at his son who was working on his crafting at a highly accelerated speed. He knew what it meant the boy was working through an emotion.
"So wat ye cryin' about now?" the older troll asked, taking a puff.
"Get yer ugly face off me doorway, old man," came the reply. "Ye be blockin' me sun."
Meiles snorted and walked away to smoke on his side of the porch. It was as much fathering as he knew to do.
Jin'thekk whittled away the the grimacing idol that stood at half his size. He paused for a moment, and saw those angry eyes looking straight at him. Immediately he remembered the stern look his
Ch 7: Bleed: Part II of IIIThe next part, also SFW!Ch 7: Bleed: Part II of III in General Fiction More Like This
Once he heard Yarifeth say there was something she needed to 'discuss' with him, Koshei could sense a sinking feeling in his gut. She knew, didn't she? As she led him away from the house, he tried to prepare an explanation in his head. How could he possibly re-tell what had happened in a sensible way?
"I'm sorry that I couldn't say good-bye to you in person," he answered. It felt strange to speak in Thalassian. The language felt stale on his tongue. "And if I upset him "
Upset? Had Koshei really been so troublesome for him that he was still bothered, even after all this time? Or was it possible that Jin was thinking about him, and missing him ?
'Stop that,' he thought to himself. 'Why do you want to feel let down yet again? As if the first time just weren't enough?'
"It didn't work out," he finally admitted. "Though I was hoping it would."
He was quite subdued as he spoke, avoiding eye contact and occasionall