A writing experiment I did as a one-off—an exploration of part of the world through the lens of a scientist living in a future centuries after the story takes place.
HOT and SWEATY lumber negotiations with Diana (gone trading)(gone sexual)(Queen called)
Rowan ventures out to deal with a problem of a more magical nature.
Rowan receives a mysterious letter. Contains the first sex scene of the story.
Rowan stretched out under the covers of his bed and yawned, turning his eyes away from the bright light streaming from the window. “Good morning,” he ventured, not wanting Greenglass or some less overbearing woman like a maid to think they caught him off-guard. He had an extremely incriminating report under his pillow, after all.…
Thanks to Laaren, Jexx and the gang for helping with edits. Art by BWSnowy Greenglass stared at Rowan counting his prayer beads with the kind of bored ennui travellers get when they’ve long since gotten tired of staring out the window of their carriage. It wasn’t like there was anything to see, anyway. Tree. Rock.…
The world turns and the dawn of the post-twilight world swells and builds as Humanity embraces its magical potential. Kingdoms, Baronies and Duchies rise and fall… But in the midst of all this, A Wyrm named Kayla has had a Very Bad Day, and this story belongs to her.
The alternate title was “What??? I was samesekaied into a different country and now I have a prestigious job as the weird horny goat-queen’s minister of diplomacy?!?”
A cartographer sets out on a mission of discovery, mapping a strange, foreign continent full of exotic beasts and mysterious natives at the behest of his employer. The further he heads Westward, the more bizarre his journey gets, the very land itself somehow twisted and blighted. Despite the danger, he is compelled to press on by a plea for help from a stranger who believes that he may be her people’s only hope of salvation.
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?