NARRATIVE INTERLUDE, A New Host RADAGAR the Red, “Faithless is he that says farewell when the road darkens.” – J.R.R. Tolkien “Faith…is intellectual bankruptcy.” Dan Barker “You often meet your fate on the road you take to avoid it.” Goldie … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 26.1 A New Host, The Story of Radagar the Red
Racing at top speed over the mud coated volcanic rocks, cracked by twisting jungle roots, wasn’t one of Frank’s specialties. He took off as fast as he could which put him immediately behind the others and before he even started … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 24.2 A Minor Diversion
Frank followed Thrak and Zy’an through the jungle, hoping to be back before the cold of the mountain set in. Adventuring is fun kids, but he was starting to appreciate the comforts of a fine rich meal, and a hammock … Continue reading A Crimson Shore: 24.1 The Trickster’s Tool
This narrative excerpt from ALIND is based on my recent trip to the Parthenon in Rome.
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There in a little glass jar, turned upside down was a miniature version of an obese man, resting inside against the glass. Unbelievably, he had a stubbly beard, and wore a shirt that did not quite cover his protruding belly. … Continue reading A Ruthless Frontier 7.2 Follow That Obese Pixie!
“When the Dungeon Master says, ‘You take 66 points of damage,’ it is wise to ask if he meant 6D6 points of damage.” … Continue reading A Crimson Shore 18.3 Conspiracy Theories
Two Weeks Prior… The woman awoke to find herself lashed in the most severe way one could imagine, by neck, by arm, elbow, knee and ankle, and even in some manner she couldn’t shake out of, by her forehead. She … Continue reading A Crimson Shore: 18.4 The Library Lady