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Dwalen – An introduction10 min read

Dwalen – An introduction10 min read

Welcome to a new mini-series that I will be starting on my blog. This series will be all about Dwalen. Now, you might be thinking what the heck is Dwalen? Let me explain! Dwalen is the world that I have been building for over two years now. In that time I have built, added, removed, abridged, adapted and forgotten many parts and details about it. In this series, I will introduce Dwalen to you. Talk about the process of building…

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Player – Part 2246 min read

Player – Part 2246 min read

“We have come for the other two, we have no business with you,” Jennifer said. She didn’t know the woman, and she didn’t care. She wanted to get their marks and finish this damned quest. When the woman denied and acted up, she was already growing frustrated and angry. It grew further when the woman stood up and had the audacity of conjuring a shield. But all that frustration and anger was nothing next to what Jennifer felt when she…

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Player – Part 2117 min read

Player – Part 2117 min read

“Fuck” Mira groaned as she bent down on one knee, the exhaustion building up.  “Are you okay?” Sam asked her. “No,” Her voice was deep, sounded tired. “I won’t be able to hold this shield up for much longer.” Finn could see the fear in her eyes, and it dawned on him this was the first time.  “Fuck, what do we do?” Finn asked as he shot another thin, twisting pillar of fire. This time he aimed at the man,…

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Player – part 2016 min read

Player – part 2016 min read

.“I hate this.” Oswald grumbled as he waited for Jennifer to finish. His workings had guided them through Belgium, into the Ardennes and were now nearing Luxembourg. The route his workings had sent them on was going through progressively harder and harsher terrain. More elevations, more rural, more woods. Jennifer seemed to be loving the scenery, Oswald hated it all. He much preferred a city to nature. Civilization was what he preferred.  “Hush,” Jennifer patted the air with her hand…

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Player – Part 1812 min read

Player – Part 1812 min read

They turned quickly to their left, both at the same time, and aimed their flashlights into the dark. A few meters away from them stood a woman, somewhere in her late twenties or early thirties. She had long, sleek, black hair and alabaster skin which gave a stark contrast in the dark, enhanced by the flashlights. She gave them a coy smile with bright red lips as she was leaning against a tree. Slowly she straightened herself and walked over…

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Player – Chapter 123 min read

Player – Chapter 123 min read

The world twisted and turned. Everything was dark. Everything hurt. It felt cold and warm at the same time. Finn was confused, and for a moment, all he could do was take it all in. Waiting, hoping that the world stopped turning. And it did, slowly, gradually. At some point, Finn realised that the world was dark because his eyes were closed. So he opened them. Light assaulted him, and a migraine flashed at his temples. Finn winced and quickly…

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Player – part 1014 min read

Player – part 1014 min read

Lesser healing Finn was watching his new spell, grinning, as he lay in his bed. It was a bit after midnight, Sam and her family had left half an hour ago or so. They had been the last to go, and now he could finally get some rest. But sleep evaded him for now, and he took the time to marvel at his new spell. His self made spell. Looking over the grammerie, he felt proud. He had made this,…

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March of the Bantraa8 min read

March of the Bantraa8 min read

“Sit down children, it is time that I teach you the story of the Bantraa, the mighty beasts we live upon.” Sinad said as she sat down, her old bones already tired at noon. She put her long stave over her lap, the metal rings that went through the top knob clinking and clanking. “But Sinad, we already know of the Bantraa. We grew up on them, our mums and dads already told us about them!” One of the more…

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