Skyrim Warmaiden. Chapter 7.P.O.V of Aleena.More Like This
Back in the main room, I got to ask Farkas for any job he could find me.
“I have many, but one is of pressing matter.”
“Then I'll take this one.”
Farkas smiled and showed a chair to me, “Ya need to sit here, drink with me, and talk to me about what is bothering you.”
“I know you better than you think. Shield sister.” He replied, siting me down and giving me a tankard of mead.
Lydia motioned to me that she'll wait by the doors.
Farkas drank about half his tankard before looking at me, “So, what's it all about?” he asked.
“It's...” I began, looking at the mead like it was a pure water lake. “It's about my...” I was nervous enough to see the mead motion in the mug because of my trembling grip on it. I felt the look of Farkas on me, I can't talk to him about it... I took a deep breath and continued, “It's... Vilkas... that's just... I just came back, of course I wa
It Started On A Fredas...~I~More Like This
The sun was shining, birds were singing, woodland animals were frolicking, and water was running merrily down the stream and into the lake situated between the great pine forest and the snowcapped mountains. It was truly a beautiful day.
At the top of one of the three towers of the manor home – Lakeview Manor – stood the Dark Elven woman, blonde hair gently ruffled by the light summer breeze. She smiled happily, imaging a swim in the lake later, happily freezing the slaughter fish and sending them flying over the waters like skipping stones. Maybe afterwards, she would get that illusion book her brother had given her and read it atop the library tower by the light of that enchanted pink glow ball her uncle had sent her.
It was so very nice that they could be one big happy family!
Jolinar Telvanni neglected to remember how Brandyl and Neloth would argue over trivial matters and how things tended to catch fire when the