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Solomon 8th, first ch.Solomon 8th, first ch. by zafroghippo
"Free me!" Cries voices of unwritten character ghosts, whom lay buried beneath a slick top soil of muck. "There's some where, some time for me to dwell my inner worldly soul to, just let me be in existence." They go on saying, muffled nearly to the point of exhaustion.
Though, Time, heard their calls and unearthed a replica of its world. As organisms multiplied and scrambled on randomly, something was trying to keep order. The voices, as they once cried, gave up that luxury as a trade off to visually exist. And so they crawled about, micro inches by millimeter like leaps and cosmic bounds as they sought to learn back, what they considered an unfair deal, to speak again. Fearing the repercussions, the souls of the original pleas dispersed, scattering itself into a millennia that time lost track of.
The world, as we knew it, was a cocktail mixed in and out of vulgar dinners, supplementary steroids, indigenous un-migrating, relentless inhabitants who swore eventual-ality would need a chan
The Exile's ReturnGlass and clay was the only real difference between the city and the country. Verill gazed into the golden sea of his glass, silently hoping he wasn't wasting his time. Mage blown glass was common in the city and the surrounding area, the magi that trained in the city would blow glass to hone their skills. Concentration combined with the right amount of power and the right spell would make a perfect glass, most got it wrong hundreds of times before getting it right... but if there was one thing that was abundant in the world it was sand, and magi in training.The Exile's Return by ReaverWolf
Verill had no skill in the magical arts, but had several devices attuned to him that contained magical power. He mistrusted all magi; one would go so far to say that he hated most, if not all of them. It was rare that a common born man would trust a mage, or anyone for that matter, in this day and age.
A quick glance around the room revealed the reason for the sudden quiet in the tavern. There was a bard on a raised pla
Coffee"Sorry sir, it's chaos up there," Miss. Chestnut smiled apologetically as she entered the room. Her short, poker straight hair bobbed around her slim features. I couldn't help but watch as she made her way to sit next to the poor kid she was assisting this lesson. This lesson always brightens up my Friday. She sat down, crossed her legs, placed her purple slim frame glasses on her nose and looked up at me, twirling a biro pen in her fingers like a bored school girl. I coughed and re gathered my thoughts. A lesson today was dull and repetitive; I couldn't help but loose myself watching her every move, the way she bit her pen lid, the way she flicked her hair out of her face and sometimes I even caught her glances.Coffee by zuko-love-123
I'd set the work and sat down behind the computer screen at my desk; providing a perfect view of her writing. I tried to busy myself with year seven marking but my mind kept wandering. What was wrong with me today? She just looked so beautiful, my eyes caught a group of girls
Empire of the Solstice Ch. 2Chapter 2:Empire of the Solstice Ch. 2 by GarrustheSpectre
The war room in the Emmerian Palace glowed red from the dusk sun, and Yumiko Omega was pacing around the map table.
"Why haven't we encountered any of those pesky 'Keepers' yet?" she said aloud.
She was very uneasy, she didn't like the quiet. Her war dress flowed behind her as she moved. She stopped at the table and looked at the figures who represented her army commanders. She looked up at the doorway and saw Croz standing there. Croz Alpha, if he was the Empress's right hand man, then Yumiko was her left. His charmed eye was staring at her, the red seemed like it pierced her soul.
"You always love doing that don't you?" she asked him.
Croz gave a quick nod her way. He walked over to the table and pointed at the figure on the forest village of Vora.
"If you weren't busy doing 'secret' missions for the Empress, you might be caught up with recent troop movements," she said, irritation in her voice, "Yes, we sent an army to Vora to investigate Keeper activity, no re
Empire of the Solstice Ch. 1Prologue:Empire of the Solstice Ch. 1 by GarrustheSpectre
The Kingdom of Aranya, a peaceful land. At least it was, until The Empire of the Solstice invaded. The Empire is a cruel, tyrannical nation led by Empress Malakia. When she invaded the peaceful land, she forbid the practice of magic and alchemy, from fear that she would lose her rule. It is a horrible time for anyone who lives here. The Empire takes from those who have nothing worth taking. The only hope anyone has of overthrowing this empire is The Keepers of The Flame. They are a secret organization working to overthrow the Empress and her minions, but it is not easy. The Empress's spies are watching everywhere.
The seaside breeze drifted through the town of Hymira, carrying the scent of the ocean with it. A young elf girl was skipping through the streets, a teddy bear in hand, singing a song about a heroic elf. Suddenly she accidentally bumped into a Imperial guard walking down the street.
"Umph!" she cried as she fell back to the ground.
The guard looked down a
Once AgainBoys competing at shooting gamesOnce Again by TheNumberNineteen
Girls eating ice cream and cotton candy
Children staring, awestruck, at rides
Fortune tellers with crystal balls peeking out from a wicket.
It rises slowly, sunlight burning your eyes.
It falls quickly, wind whipping at your face.
It twists, turns, and goes upside down.
I can't resist, so I just bought another roller coaster ticket.
Looking up at the sky I can see
The sun's warm and gentle light.
So much hope and energy fills me
As I take in the beautiful sight.
It's a feeling so wonderful;
I feel like I'm living life.
I can't quit; I can't give up
Despite the hardships and the strife.
As I stop shouting my screams of "YAY",
Everything changes and takes a turn.
The answer is something I can't say:
Is it for the better or for the worse?
Let the flowers bloom.
Don't let go of good memories.
Try and look beyond the gloom
And live to see another day.
Soon, blessings might come
So stretch out your hands.
Surely, you can catch some,
Standing where l
Legend of the Fire's ShadowDeep in the dawn of time, there were many animals and many mysteries to yet be discovered. Between green forests in the winter, there rests a goddess. She was the goddess of fire and shadow, casting night and warmth throughout the land before her. She was of no name, she was of no memory for none of the animals around her knew she ever existed. She was solitary and stealthy, the master who taught the hunters today what they know.Legend of the Fire's Shadow by Neiot
Just east of the great ocean that lied west of all life, the sun set as the light of day grew dim...this was the time for the great goddess to awaken once more. In the east, passing the snowy mountains where Mt. Olympus slumbered, far above the mountain's children were yet another finely carved range of peaks stretching as far as the eye could see, all the way north and south between two brothers, Mt. Rainier and Mt. Baker. These mountains were given the name Cascades, for their wise beauty and