Pack Bonds It had been six days. The Underforge had echoed with noise for two: at first just the occasional snarl or groan, then hoarse whimpering, and now the rough, sobbing cries of his Shield-Brother.More Like This
He had lasted longer than anyone expected.
Someone had seen something in the woods of Whiterun hold: something that had put the city on alert. The word "werewolf" had been murmured more than once in the past few days. The Companions were careful, of course, to never be seen in their beast forms, at least not near their home: Farkas doubted one of them had been caught. But something had, and it made things...difficult.
Likely, it would all die down in due time, and so long as the Companions were careful not to look guilty, nobody would be any wiser. After all, this had happened before--most recently, when Sondas had first been changed and escaped before they could catch him--and they always managed. It had been worst for Aela: she wasn't like the rest of t
Skyrim FanfictionSPOILER ALERT!!! If you are playing the game Skyrim and haven't finished the main quests with the Companions and don't want to know some secrets about it then don't read. Or you can read just do so at your own risk. Also not everything I mention in this story happens in the game.More Like This
Farkas knew, he knew exactly how he felt about Arelin. It had been almost a year and a half since she had joined the Companions. It'd been almost seven months since Kodlak's death and Arelin's new position as the Harbinger. Alea and Vilkas were uneasy of the decision, even though Alea herself had been there when Kodlak told Arelin that she was to be Harbinger. Farkas on the other hand, accepted it without question. And it had been three months since last seeing Arelin.
He sighed as he looked out over Whiterun; he missed her, a lot. They had become such close friends and even more. Since that year and a half that she'd joined they had gone on plenty of adventures, one that free