Tales of Awreythia - Chapter ITales of Awreythia
by Matthew Killmer
The morning sun burned away the fog of the swampland surrounding Raventown. The wooden village was built upon stilts to keep its citizens protected from the vileness of the underlying swamp and its denizens. Shops began to open and the townspeople walked went about their way across the wooden walkways. The town was mainly populated by half-Elves descended from the Elves that came from the Great Forest of the south and the Men that came from the lands of the north. The one exception to this was a singular young Dark Elven woman—Laeylafey Oudiina.
Laeylafey was situated upon the platform in the center of the town's courtyard, tied to a post as punishment for her crimes, to give an example of what happened to lawbreakers in Raventown.
Laeylafey was an oddity in Raventown, not just in her being a Dark Elf. Her grey face was patterened in traditional tattoos that framed her features and a scar slashed ov
Doctor Who - ''One Day'' - Chapter 12Chapter 12
Clara sat on the bench in her and the Doctor's cell, watching the madly frustrated Time Lord pace back and forth like a caged lion. Occasionally, he would nervously glance at his wristwatch and know that with each passing second that ticked by, his granddaughter was in more and more danger.
"One hour, sixteen minutes, and five seconds we've been stuck in here!" he remarked with great upset, slamming his fists against the concrete wall. "Stuck in a deadlocked, magnetically sealed room with no screwdriver, no psychic paper, and no bloody way to get out and save Susan!"
Clara eyes widened, a bit startled at the Doctor's sudden outburst.
"You're not the Doctor," Clara said, backing into the corner away from him. "Who are you?"
The Doctor's expression suddenly shifted into one of genuine concern for his companion.
"Come on now, Clara. You know who I am," he said with a nervous smile. "Time Lord with two hearts from the planet Gallifrey, zoomin
Aravis Sedrayne - Character BioBorn on Azura's summoning day of Hogithum as the single child to Balyvan Sedrayne, a trader from the Imperial City, and Orvvana, an Ashlander shaman, Aravis witnessed the Oblivion Crisis of 3E 433 at the age of seven. At twelve years in the year 4E 5 when the Red Mountain disaster ravaged the island of Vvardenfell, forcing the Sedrayne family and thousands of other Dunmer to take refuge in the land of Skyrim.
Aravis and her parents found a new home in the Gray Quarter of the old Nordic city of Windhelm. The family's new life was cold and hard. Balyvan and Orvvana earned their gold as merchants selling goods. Aravis however, was able to make coin by honing her skills as a talented thief, and in doing so help support her struggling parents.
Balyvan was furious with how little regard the lives of the Dark Elves in Windhelm were treated and decided to gather a group of Dunmer men to rally a protest for the rights of the Elves. However, as soon as the city guar