“Mistress!” Bellowed the giant in a thunderous boom. “My brethren and I beseech you. Do not leave us here with these creatures from the deep. These are foul fetid beasts. We’ve served you well, we have. We beg of you. … Continue reading 30.1 Slaves and their Slavers
A late dinner finally, with only The Four. Frank scoffed at the absurdity and yet the perfect reality of it all. On the nameless ship Frank prepared to tell the others what he now knew as complete as any faith … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 33.1 The Sage’s Soothing Words by Spencer, The Man, The Cleric, The LEGEND!!!
There were great plumes of smoke now erupting from fissures in the ground. The red seams exposed liquid rock which oozed down along the shore and sizzled into the bay’s water. The heat radiated outwards in all directions. Ket itself … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 31.4 Friends in High Places
Genoran waited for them on board his nameless ship. He watched what happened during the battle, or at least tried to do so. He had his hands full with the battle around him at sea level. Above him, at some … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 32.6 Brave Thoughts
Frank put the scope to his eye. “The envoy has arrived. And it’s fanceeeeee.” “Great,” mumbled Iricah. “I wonder who it will be this time. Maybe a queen dressed up like a chef?” “Oh, I doubt it,” said Zy’an. “I’m … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 26.2 Royal Pains
Calling the group that he would soon be meeting with an “envoy” was a bit like calling Zy’an a decent jumper, thought Frank. For sure, these were some of the hardiest warriors he had ever seen. As a veteran warrior … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 27.1 The War Council
Little sparks lit up the darkness at the end of the world. At least that’s the way Iricah saw it whenever she would watch the sunrise by ship. Out here in the isles, she felt isolated, and that was what … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 27.2 The Citadel