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  • Saving the Hatchlings

    Kala and I leave the village and follow the wolf-Drakkin. I didn't see many people with these type of powers back in Tanno. Now I'm traveling with two of them. I'm a long way from home. I have no money, not much of value. How could I even afford the …

  • Ambassador Odilo

    I didn't want this duty. But it has fallen to me and I have no choice. Maybe Kol has chosen me for this. If she did, I have no idea why. I watched Senator Muganwe from the moment we boarded the ships. I don't know if he noticed. Who was I to him, …

  • Fate

    Why am I alive? I don't deserve to be alive. Better men died in the skeleton attack. One of the reasons I must be Ambassador is to honor the men who died in my place. But Akra and Elk laughed at me when I told my story of survival. They thought …

  • The Tide of Destiny

    Every man knows the gods take a hand in everyday events. Most never see this and never have to admit it. Then it is easy to keep up the illusion that we are in total control of our lives. I can't pretend any more. For reasons I don't understand, Kol …

  • The Final Night

    After Akra leaves, I sit and stare at the parchment and quills. I have to laugh. What good are these? I can't read or write. I could probably get someone to write a letter for me. But what's the point? What would I say? If I don't survive this mission …

  • Eye of the Storm

    Tactically, entering the temple of the elf god was a bad move. It diverted us from our mission. At best, it would delay us, at worst we would suffer injury. But Kala heard a spirit's voice and felt she had to free it from whatever force chained it to the …

  • Kol's Blessing

    When we approach the Dawn Elf refuge it becomes clear we cannot enter unseen. The elves flee underground and send their undead forward. Most of the skeletons are no more bothersome than mosquitoes, and we brush them aside. Only one proves formidable, a …

  • Fate Calls Me

    Only a few days have passed since I first met Akra, Vioth, and Kala. Yet we have face death too many times. Will I ever be able to cleanse myself of the dried blood and ichor? The price of duty is death and suffering. For others and for me. The undead …

  • Kol's Arms Shall Embrace Me

    The fire blazes in the hearth, but I am still cold. Like the animals I once hunted, I can sense the end. I am prepared. I have never feared death, but was only concerned I would not finish the tasks that needed doing. Jogaila signed with a good captain …