The Bloody Prince (D&D)

An Informal Investigation Part 2 (D&D) Jace sat on the table with his crossbow in his lap while Ralph poked at the embers in the fireplace. Riffen was tied up and gagged as his mind went into overdrive. He needed to find a way out of here and worn the others. He feared that if he... Continue Reading →

An Informal Investigation (D&D)

The Titan's League Trial (Part 2)   The group of Sigthyme, Juniper, Tak, and Grace walked away from The Titan's League toward the center of the city. Both Sigthyme and Tak were now members of The Titan's League after a messy trial and gained a bit of notoriety here in Xylon. They hoped that this... Continue Reading →

Words of Rebellion

Writing Prompt: "A rebel leader is captured and thrown into the dungeons. But instead of torturing or executing them, the king asks why they're revolting."   The rebel leader sat on a rusty metal chair with a dark hood over his head. His heart was beating fast and his breath was shaky. He didn't know... Continue Reading →

Wall Watchers

Writing Prompt: "They're out there," He told me. "Fields and fields of them. As far as the eye could see." I wasn't sure what he was talking about. He pointed our to the horizon, and I looked, but all I could see was...   ...a field of tall grass and wildflowers. "All I see is...grass,"... Continue Reading →

Fading Color

Writing Prompt: "You are a human on a spaceship crewed by aliens. As your hair dye begins to fade, your crewmates start to worry about your health."   "Please have a seat, Morgan," Dr. Tell said to me. "Yeah, sure, Doc. What's this all about?" I asked. I walked into the medical bay and took... Continue Reading →

The Titan’s League Trial (D&D)

The Wicked Scepter (D&D)   Sigthyme, Tak, Grace, and Juniper all proceeded to leave The Wicked Scepter and out into the streets of Xylon. They still didn't know where Riffen was taken, but they had a plan. They figured that their best chance of getting a look at the crime scene was for Sightyme and... Continue Reading →

Scarlet Door

This started out as a piece that was partially written by an AI (if confused, check out Hard Decisions (Partially Written By AI) and Technological Partnership (Partially Written By AI) for more details about pieces I've written with AI before), but it kind of came out so-so. I really liked the premise but writing with the AI... Continue Reading →

Divine Protection

Writing Prompt: "On the run from mercenaries, a young girl stumbles into an old Greek temple and in a last ditch effort to save herself, begs for help from whichever god or goddess it belongs to. She didn't expect them to show up in person."   Elena ran through the streets as fast as she... Continue Reading →

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