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Category Archives: War of the Soulhers
I do not know what day it is… I do not remember the last time I saw Maleeka… She is with the farmers now… Plotting against me… I know it… Some farmers still come to the Inn… They must think I am stupid for not knowing their plans… I pretend I don’t know… I listen to what they say and I prepare for my attack… Continue reading
This entry is part 6 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ JournalPage 6 was ripped out of Vikas’ Journal…
This entry is part 5 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ Journal…graska ve ik mostiem flaro… 10th day for Loria, 637 A.P. I couldn’t sleep again last night, so I had a look in the cellar…. The … Continue reading
This entry is part 4 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ Journal21st day for Havani, 637 A.P. The man came today as expected, and I told him the Inn was not for sale. He sneered, mumbled … Continue reading
This entry is part 3 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ Journal11th day for Havani, 637 A.P. Well, its been over a month, and we’ve both been busy working around the Inn. Most of the rooms … Continue reading
This entry is part 2 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ Journal14th day for Paoleas, 637 A.P. Maleeka: thank you. Though I’ll be busy working on the Inn over the next couple of months, I will … Continue reading
This entry is part 1 of 7 in the series War of the Soulhers: Vikas’ Journal14th day for Paoleas, 637 A.P. Vikas, To say that we’ve been through hell would be an understatement, yet today I feel something I’ve not … Continue reading
The soldiers began to swing their swords systematically at the dwarves. Dugar’s shield came right up to deflect a blow heading towards Piknen’s chest. He followed this by smashing his shield into the soldier’s face, with an immediate upward arc from his hammer, right between the legs. Although he heard a crunch, Dugar noticed the soldier didn’t react to the pain of the blow and instead continued to fight. Continue reading
Suddenly, a tremor rumbled through his cabin, causing everything to shake violently. Flasks and pots fell to the floor, some crashing into small little pieces and, at the end of the room, Herman’s large library tipped over, causing a barrage of old dusty books to fall to the floor. The wizard himself almost lost his balance, although he managed to grab hold of the wall. Continue reading