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Tales From Solaris Chapter 1 (Unfinished)Tales From SolarisTales From Solaris Chapter 1 (Unfinished) by Kronos-Umbra
With the wrath of the storm heaving large waves, capped with white, down upon the ship in a fury seen only by the strong men who had merely attempted to tame the sea. The Belt heaved, gushing cold ocean water over the Star Runner. The captain of the ship held tightly to the wheel, his face damp with the ocean water, his salt-and-pepper beard soaked with the rain.
“Hold fast!” The old man yelled to his crew, who dashed about the soaked deck of the Star Runner, grabbing onto the railing and fastening the sails as swiftly as they could. Thunder clapped, and at that moment the captain knew how dangerous The Belt in this storm, could truly be. He held fast to the wheel, as the waves crashed into the sides of the ship, his face lashed with the rain and the salty wisps of the waves. He looked up, and his fierce eyes caught something strange. From the dark, stormy hauls of the sea, he noticed a strange glow. Like a flash of lightning caught
Feykro Sunvaar (Chapter 1)Feykro SunvaarFeykro Sunvaar (Chapter 1) by Kronos-Umbra
The soft, springy mosses bended under the hide boots of the red haired woman. A slight misty rain had fallen earlier, leaving the forest of Riverwood to smell pleasant. Her greenish blue eyes scanned the horizon, as her hands silently reached down to grasp an arrow from the quiver on her hip, and she knocked the arrow. Ahead, she spotted the splotchy white fur of the elk, whose massive, antlered-head rose, just above the thick brush of Skyrim's landscape, docile eyes scanned the area. The trained eyes of the woman scanned down the broad slope of the bow's curve, and with a gentle, but quick, release, the arrow went flying, and found it's mark. The elk's chest was pierced, and red gushed out, and a breath, the last one the creature would ever release, left it's chest, as it tumbled over. Sleipnir's eyes widened, and a broad grin stretched over her face. She rushed towards the large elk, red cloak billowing from behind her.
“Yes! Yes yes!” She said, reaching th