The Farmer’s Heir Part 2

The Farmer’s Heir   Prompt: "The evil Emperor has discovered that a child has been born who is destined to end his rule and bring peace to the realm. He secretly arranges to send his best agents to the child's home - not to kill the child, but to ensure that the child's destiny is... Continue Reading →

The Farmer’s Heir

Prompt: "The evil Emperor has discovered that a child has been born who is destined to end his rule and bring peace to the realm. He secretly arranges to send his best agents to the child's home - not to kill the child, but to ensure that the child's destiny is fulfilled."   Baggart was... Continue Reading →

The Outbreak Is Contained, We Promise

Prompt: A zombie outbreak occurs. It was contained and eradicated in short order with minimal deaths. It's been several months, now the government is trying to coax out the various nerds who bolted to their zombie apocalypse hideouts and haven't come back.   When you think of a zombie apocalypse, images of large armies of... Continue Reading →

A Knowledgeable Ally Part 2 [D&D]

A Knowledgeable Ally [D&D] Special Weekly Blog: Explaining My Dungeons and Dragons Inspired World [D&D]   Ms Zaffre opened the door to The Wicked Scepter and walked in with Juniper and Grace following behind. The place was a dark place with a few candles lighting the area. There was a large, open area that served... Continue Reading →

A Knowledgeable Ally [D&D]

Captain Lillian Evergreen Part 2 [D&D] Special Weekly Blog: Explaining My Dungeons and Dragons Inspired World [D&D]   The group of adventurers stood outside of the stables down the road from The Pilgrim's Rest. They stood around discussing what they were going to do next. Riffen had his sights set on finding his close friend,... Continue Reading →

An Almost Perfect Recreation

It was like an echo from the past, or a dream where he was only just now remembering. He recognized everything about the room, even though he was sure he'd never been there before. He knew the paintings on the walls, could name the artists who'd painted them. The only thing that puzzled him was...... Continue Reading →

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