Harem Heroes: Heaven’s Gold Spear / Chapter 39- Aftermath


When last we left our heroes, Silas had overcome them all. With grit and tenacity, the elderly elf had taken both the Sands of Plenty and the Chalice of Eternity to the mysterious island nation of Olgrad. However, to secure victory, Silas had left Bernice behind.

How are our heroes dealing with their defeat? Did they even really lose?

Harem Heroes: The Heaven’s Gold Spear / Chapters 25-27


David, currently able to be in two places at once thanks to the Potion of Shadows, has just consummated his relationship with Ophelia and Delilah, and sold his soul for love. Marriage, in other words. But he’s unsure about the idea of polygamy, and needs further persuading by his new bicorn wife.

Meanwhile, David is also attempting to help the other Monster Army team retrieve the Chalice of Eternity before his former ally and friend Bernice takes it instead. But Aurora, the Queen of Winter is close, and her body still aches from Annabelle’s lead arrow.

Harem Heroes: Heaven’s Gold Spear / chapters 22-24


David is now firmly on the side of Monsters, having fallen out with his former ally Silas. The parting was not amicable. Delilah’s plans for him have finally been put into action, and David will soon realize that a demon’s plots are not easy to escape… if he even wants to.

Harem Heroes: Heaven’s Gold Spear / chapters 18-21


David and Silas confront each other. Ophelia takes Delilah’s deal to make her more powerful and seductive. The attack of Vasherton is close. Cold winds blow, and the hunt for the Sands of Plenty and the Chalice of Eternity begins. Its a race between the 78th division of the Overlord’s army, and Vasherton’s leaders.

Harem Heroes: Heaven’s Gold Spear / Chapters 13-17


Delilah sends Annabelle the Cupid to coax the local Ice Queen from her Summer Palace to bring an early winter to Vasherton. Meanwhile, David is captured and thrown into prison for collaborating with the Monster menace. Luckily, Delilah has sent him some help, and John Vasher Jr doesn’t share his father’s ideals.

Blackstaff


-Written for the Kikimora/Satyros contest a while back. This is the story of a Kikimora who wants to be an adventurer, encountering a drunken acquaintance, scheming mages, annoying Shoggoths, dark gods and far too many adverbs along the way-

“How the hell did you manage to get kicked out of a Bacchus temple for being drunk and disorderly?” Susan tried not to sound too impressed, but this really was a special feat. The temple was legendary for not giving a shit.

Kalista leaned forward, still swaying a little. “You ever hear of something called ‘Feeblemind’?” She asked with a grin.

“You mean that thing the Chaos worshippers drink for their rituals?”

“Yeah, that’s the stuff.” The cocky look on the Satyros’ face was replaced by confusion. She scratched her ear. “How’d you know?”

“You told me. You said you’d have to be insane to drink it.”

“…I did?” Kalista asked, looking distantly to the side in thought. Eventually she just shook her head and regained her cheerful composure. “Well, anyway, I was getting bored of the temple’s wine and fancied a change. So I got this bottle of the cultist’s stuff and thought it sounded like one hell of a party. Can’t really remember the rest…”

Susan sat upright with her eyes widened in horror. “You actually drank that stuff? Do you even know what’s in it?”

“Well, no.” Kalista said, downing the remains of her pint. “I wouldn’t really want to, either. I get the feeling it’d just put me off. Fancy another drink?”