Ghosts of Illidia


We entered the capital city of Allister without incident. After a day’s worth of travel, we made it to a suitable inn and rested for the night. We accompanied Jig to the temple of Kord and returned that evening to rest. The next day marked the end of our heretofore uneventful venture into the city. We found someone who looked like Reggie, which was good. Ashleigh found out that he could remove the curse; which made me even happier. There was a catch, though. First, we had to build Ashleigh an altar in order for him to cast the spell. Secondly, no one was exactly sure what kind of side effects there would be. Anything from absolutely fine to near death. In the midst of all this, I found out something that tilted my world on its axis; never to be quite the same again. I am pregnant. I laughed it off as a joke at first; Alanna said that she had cast a spell that told her so and advised me not to undo the curse quite yet, so that it would not affect the child. I had never heard of such a spell and had never seen her cast said spell on me. But it turns out that she had known for awhile. While practicing her new druidic spells she was learning, she went through one that detected pregnancy and cast it on everyone in the party to practice. When the spell she cast on me came back positive, she had cast it again to ascertain the results. She even checked me again that night to make sure. It was true. I am very much pregnant. My relationship with Jericho, though strong, is still very new. I’m worried and not sure how he’ll take the news. I’m not sure yet how I feel about the news either. I know the baby will be a blessing and that life should be celebrated. I’m in shock over becoming pregnant at such a young age though; barely two hundred! And elven pregnancy is much rarer an occurrence than it is for the other races. Such a thing happening so quickly shocked me greatly. I took time that night, however, to look deeply into myself and find my center again. No matter how it had happened or the unnerving surprise of it all; I would find Jericho, would find where the group from Sabwa had made their home, and I would tell him what was going on. If it meant that my curse was with me a few more years, then so be it. I would find a way to undo it once the baby was born. Even if Jericho had come to regret the decisions of the two weeks we had been together, I would love the baby more than ever. I could return to Corindan to raise the little one. And if he was happy with what was going on, that was all the better. We had a family already started. Everything would be alright.

The next day, Alanna and I made a trip to a place that sold spell scrolls to search for a message spell. Though costly, it allowed us to communicate twenty-five words to Marius and have him reply in 25 words back. The downside was that we found out that Marius was trapped in the Shadow Plane and that the group had been separated. My thoughts immediately turned to Jericho and his safety. We sent another spell to Jericho and found out that he was with Logan, trapped in the Ethereal Plane. At least he was safe and Logan was alive and mending. He also told us that there was lots of grass around him and to look for the Phoenix Tree. I looked down and noticed my necklace glowing brightly. We sent Jericho one more message telling him where Marius was and that I was okay. I also sent him my love; for who knew how long it would be before we could communicate again. Jericho sent a reply saying to rescue Marius first, as the Shadow Plane would kill him. He said that he and Logan had plenty of supplies. His last words were “Nothing could stop my love”. A small, broken piece of myself that I wasn’t aware still existed snapped back in place. I felt tears welling up behind my eyes and struggled to control them as the necklace I wore began to attract attention because of how brightly it was glowing. I vowed to myself that, whatever it took; no matter how long it took, I would find Jericho and the others. Suddenly the curse and all that went with it, all the petty things I had been stressing over for the last few weeks didn’t matter at all anymore. I had found what truly mattered to me. I would find Jericho; would free him and the others or, by the gods, I would die trying. Alanna and I made our way back to the inn to bring the disturbing news we had uncovered to Jig and Ashleigh and to make some decisions about where we wanted to go next.

Big Black Death

It came from woods. It dark color with white and red. IT attack defensless city. We see when leave COvington nice night. We spend week traveling and resting, healing from sex. It nice to rest with no one spending time woeing over how sexy self is. I know I awesome with ladies, butsometime it just curse. We leave and finally be on way. After long time on road we finally see new city, not capital but place to rest. But not time to rest as werewolf attack! We go to town to help. We see very tall werewolf with black fur red and white too! It look mean and have more meat in hands than my tribe eat in a day. We see it and it see us. We try to take it down, it bad! I hold on to it and other fight it..kind of. Alana attack it with stick.. not hlep much but she do what she do. Kirra attack with boy but again no real help there as he seem to not get hurt. Then Ashliegh decide to help..only to get arm almost taken off with big claw. I hold on wolf long enough to not let friends get too hurt. I hold as long as I can telling friends to leave after they keep getting hurt. They not listen, Alana keep fighting with dog I tell her go but she keep fighting. I keep trying to hold on but too strong, seem stronger than Grimm was. Finally I not able to hold on and he get to friends. He hurt a little bit, but really hurt friends. I about to drive him back and try with one big push, but Ashleigh throw weird silver thing at him. He get knock back and I grab Alana to run. She cast burn I feel warm. House sound like fire behind me. We start running and she tell me to put down. I ut Alana down and keep running into safe haven. As I about to be safe I get stopped and told to not go into safe area. I want to go in but Alanna say that I no longer stay with them ever if I go inside safe spot. My gut say go safe, but my friends important and I feel sad I never see them again. I let door close behind me. I sad safe house gone, now locked and werewolf somewhere by us. We gonna die. THankfully Ashleigh by us and he see no werewolf. He lead us to place to rest. I thought we die, but we rest instead.

Next day I wake up to dark elf holding Kirra arm. I told he trying to help butkeep eye on him. I watch as he keep hurting Kirra. Once I try and be nice and squeeze shoulders hard telling him relax. he then call Ashleigh dumb for some reason, maybe cuz he had sword in hand ready to fight. I no know why he call AShligh dumb but finally he leave and he help Kirra…i guess. We then leave city to be going to capital. City in ruins and I not want to get blamed as we new. FInally we reach capital. We figure out that once we get in Kirra maybe saved from curse! If that case I must figure out what to do. She probably leave and I go with her as I her friend. Maybe Kord can give me things to do on way. Maybe I hear full calling in Capital. We see

Werewolf Attack

I left Covington in high spirits. The open road called to me and I hadn’t realized how much I missed traveling with my companions. Our travels were unimpeded for the first leg of the journey – I even managed to compose a few more songs; one for each of my party members. We came upon another campfire almost two weeks into our journey and this is where our trouble began. Alanna bravely ventured forth to ascertain whether the campfire close to us was friend or enemy. She seemed very disturbed when she returned and we decided to push forward. We didn’t want to bring any trouble that could be avoided so we kept on walking, arriving at the next town, Jiles around three in the morning or so. I cast a spell to disguise my appearance, hoping to be able to quickly get a room for the inn and rest for the night. When we got there, however, we realized that we had run into worse trouble than we had avoided. We heard a small explosion and fire; townsfolk were fleeing the other direction. Worried and hoping to be able to help the townspeople, we went towards the sounds to try and see what monster had been plaguing them. We turned a corner and came face with a gigantic, thirteen-foot werewolf holding the remains of a woman and child, his mouth dripping with the blood of the innocents he had slaughtered. Pulling out my bow, I let two shots fly, one missing and one seeming to hit but not doing any damage. I had a gut feeling that this fight was not going to go our way. Jig moved in to try and wrestle the creature and Ashleigh moved in as well, a small dagger in his hand. His arm suffered a massive blow and started bleeding. Cursing, I lowered my bow and drew my shortsword and kukri and moved forward to battle the thing. Somewhere in the thick of things, Alanna ran, which I was beginning to think looked like a better and better idea. A few seconds later, I saw her rush back in, eyes blazing, and whack the beast with her quarterstaff. I tried a couple of swings, all ineffectual, and managed to get myself bitten in the process. I yelled out that we needed to run as I defended myself against further attack. A few moments later, when no one seemed to be moving, I cast a spell to make mirror images of myself appear to confuse the beast and moved to run. Fear made me want to run as far and fast as I could but my concern for my friends ultimately got the better of me and I skidded to a stop about thirty feet away, near where Ashleigh had run. I turned towards the continuing battle and then cried out when a knife suddenly appeared in his hand and he began to cut into the shoulder that I had been bitten. Realizing what he was doing, I gritted my teeth and let him get on with it, yelling to Alanna and Jig to run out of the fight. When they didn’t move, I glanced towards my shoulder and saw that Ashleigh had pretty much finished up. Not having time to wait any longer and wanting to get out of the situation before one or more of us got killed, I rushed back into the fray, moving to attack the thing to give Alanna or Jig a chance to run. Finally, Ashleigh threw a dagger that made the thing stumble backwards and we ran away from the fight, Alanna getting a last spell in as Jig picked her up and we fled. My spell not having very long before it wore off, I moved to run towards the edge of town. When Ashleigh and I got to the edge of town, however, we noticed that Alanna and Jig were missing. Ashleigh went back to find them and I waited nervously at the edge of town. They returned a little while later and we camped out in a nearby house, keeping double watch.

The next morning, I awoke to Alanna turning me invisible and telling me to hide. I did so and a very interesting elf soon made his way into the house we had borrowed. A wood elf, he wanted to see the bite that the werewolf had made. I debated with myself, but finally dispelled the invisibility and let him have a look. He probed it, quite roughly, with some silver object and then declared that I should be fine. I breathed a sigh of relief and Alanna bandaged it up with a paste that is supposed to help one ward off the lycanthropy, should I have been infected. I was fairly confident after Ashleigh had cut out the poison and the wood elf deemed me pretty much off the hook that I hadn’t been infected, though I wouldn’t be fully at ease until the next moon-cycle came and went without incident. The wood elf turned out to be a werewolf hunter, hunting this particular werewolf for sixty years!! I figured him to be a capable protector, as he had so much experience with the things, and we left the city with him talking to the mayor. We saw a few more shapes during the night as we traveled, but none came too close and we finally made it to the outside of the capital.

Ashleigh told me that he might be able to undo the curse once we arrived at the capital and he talked to some people. A relief – it would be much easier than trying to gather the myriad reagents we would need to undo the curse. It almost seemed too easy. As we stood looking towards the city, my emotions underwent a battle of sorts. Relief that all would soon be over battled with an unexpected sadness at the breaking up of our group. The capital held so many possibilities. Ashleigh would most likely be able to undo the curse; whereupon my journey would be complete. Though I have grown to love my traveling companions, my love for Jericho was stronger. Alanna had been traveling to protect me and, after the capital, I would no longer need that protection. Alanna could continue her studies in druidism and sorcery; Jig just seemed along for the ride – I wasn’t exactly sure of what he would do beyond the capital. Ashleigh could continue wandering, searching for his godhood. I could do little to aid in that. Though it was a terrible thought, some part of me almost wished that the lycanthropy would take hold, to give me a reason for continuing to travel with my current companions. If I was uncontrollable during certain times, it would make it near-impossible to travel alone and find the new Sabwa without incident. Shaking my head ruefully at the disturbing notion, I shook off the thought and turned my thoughts again to Jericho and the new Sabwa. I should be able to pick up a scroll or two of a message spell to find out where the new city was and head back in that direction, though it would be extremely odd not to have to disguise myself- it had been many years since I had known what it was to be a normal elven bard, with nothing to hide or explain. I smiled in anticipation of the moment that I finally got to walk back home; it already seemed too long since I had last seen Jericho’s face.

LIfe in dead

It was hard night. I win tourney yet i feel sadness. I kill fellow fighter when not need to. We fight hard and now he dead and I alive. Only reason is he not able to grab on soon enough to me. We fight for long time yet he small and should given up when I pin.. He able to throw me off! He good wrastler. He attack so strong yet so small. He want to fight and we ight well, he just die after boot in face….maybe boot dangerous? No that dumb. Now he back. I see him in morning and he hobble out on bad body. He painful, yet he come out to shake hand. He strong like me yet a follower in robe? He like to go to church as a priest or something? So that mean I of cloth now? I not he say, kinda good cuz now I still have lady friends, but yet I think about Kord now. He always my reason for everything. I find out certain fights let you become one with church as you win more, acolyte, priest, red bird, and more. I wonder if that my true purpose, to use strength for Kord? I think hard on this. I strong but only Kord give me strength. Maybe I spend more time pray and talk to him…like Ashleigh. He want to be deity, maybe he know how I pray better for Kord. When I go to capital I find out about these fights and what they mean to my life If I win. It would be good to find out my purpose, but I promise drow elf that I help her first. Maybe I do both when in capital…A holy barbarian though? Even Kord may not like this. I ask

THen I see him as I say. He give my knuckles for fighting. It say puny and small or soemthing when elves tell me. I understand bbut why he hiut me with them? He see me as small and puny? I must figure out, maybe insult…..

THen there was our leaving. Our friend Reggie leave us. He say he want to stay for a while cuz in capital is trouble. We have drow elf who now fire elf and what else trouble we get in ? He say we must wait so I so ok and we leave. He meet us there. Cant wait

Leaving Covington

It was drawing near to the end of our time in Covington. Since I had taken care of all the necessities in the city, I spent the day quite leisurely, wandering and taking in the sights of the city. I spent a lot of time thinking about Dahlia and my experiences with her. I felt a connection with her for some reason, though it seemed odd to me. I hadn’t known her overly long. Maybe it was her sweet kindness. Maybe it was the way she was afraid to reveal her face; it reminded me of myself only a little while back. While I really wanted to discover more about her, I resolved that day not to actively seek this knowledge. As much as I wanted to know who she really was, it was her prerogative. It was enough for me that she had a kind heart. The outside appearance, as I had learned the hard way, mattered little compared to what someone’s heart and soul contained. I wrote a song in her honor; maybe one day she will hear it in her travels if our paths do not cross again.

A little later, I ran into Jig. Tired of walking alone, we made our way to a magic shop, where Jig had a couple of things identified. I spent the rest of the day with him and we wound up back at the Lazy Daisy and Jig, Alanna, Ashleigh and I ended up eating dinner together. We were interrupted, however, by a pretty half-elf who wanted Jig to have sex with her. Since he could barely walk from his escapades of the last couple of days, Alanna and I both tried to politely tell him that it probably wasn’t a good idea. Things went awry, however, and Jig ended up grabbing all three of us and trying to take us upstairs. Luckily, Alanna managed to convince him he had an “invisible” STD when she cast an invisibility spell on him. He quickly dropped us and ran into the room and locked the door. Alanna went to her room to study her books that her druid friend had given her. I made my way back downstairs and, after the half-elf had fallen asleep, bored by Ashleigh’s discussion of arcane versus divine magic, had a conversation with him at Alanna’s request. She wanted to know what he thought of her and I did my best to try and find out, though Ashleigh was pretty evasive and didn’t give me a straight answer.

The next day, we met at breakfast and decided to continue on our way to the capital, with Reggie joining up with us at some later time. Brian had left and I don’t believe we shall see him again. We made a short stop at the tailor to pick up Alanna’s cloak that had been getting embroidered to match her dress and a stop at the library to find what I could on Fire Elves. I figured if I was going to disguise myself as one, I figured I better know what I was trying to be. I couldn’t find much but it was at least more than I had known before. We then made our way, at last, out of the city and spent our first night back out on the road. I was actually relieved to be back with our group, out of the city. My trance that evening was a very happy and relaxed one.

While Taking Watch

Tonight as I take watch, I reflect upon the past week and realize what a crazy turn my life has taken in many ways. As my eyes fall upon Ashleigh’s sleeping form, I allow myself to open up to my feelings for the first time in a long time. Here, in the quiet of the wood, I feel my soul at peace and my mind begins to gain clarity. I realize that in the hustle and bustle of the city, I both lost and found myself.

I find my mind drifting to Brian and wonder where he is and if he’s okay. I will miss his company. I hope he finds a way to heal his heart. I also hope that we will see him again one day. I consider him a friend and will never forget him, even if our paths do not end up crossing once again.

My mind drifts to Marcus and I think about how nice it was in his arms, how sweet it was to kiss him, how my heart had never known such joy as I found in his arms. But then I thought of all the misunderstandings we had in such a short time and Ashleigh’s words come back to me, turning me cold. “I believe he has a substance abuse problem.” I believe Ashleigh, even though my heart desperately wishes it wasn’t true. Some part of me wishes I’d stayed and helped him, while the other part of me feels that it was for the best. I care for him, perhaps I always will. As these thoughts fill my mind, a peace suddenly comes over me and I know that this is for the best. For now, it is time to let Marcus go. I will go back and see him, I don’t know when, but I will. He was the first person I gave my heart to, even if he didn’t take it. Because of him, I gained a new confidence in myself, in who I am. I realized that I am attractive. I must be if one such as Marcus liked me. I definitely felt his attraction. He taught me also to guard my heart and I plan to. I don’t want to hurt like this again.

Marcus’s accusations come to me as I focus on Ashleigh, watching the slow rise and fall of his chest. I do have feelings for Ashleigh, but what those feelings are yet I don’t know. I can’t sort them out or make much sense of them. He is a good friend, a person who truly understands me. He is both watchful and protective. I feel safe with him. I remember what he said about his eye and feel a happiness fill me that he cares enough to watch over me and make sure that I’m safe and well. My gaze falls upon his lips and I allow my mind to imagine what it would be like to kiss him, how he would taste, how it would feel…

No! I cannot allow myself to think these thoughts. I cannot! Haven’t I learned my lesson? Haven’t I learned to guard my heart? Didn’t I learn anything from Marcus? Ashleigh doesn’t feel that way about me and thoughts such as these are dangerous. It will only end in heartache for me and the loss of a good friend. I advert my gaze to a tree, forcing myself not to look at Ashleigh. You foolish, foolish girl.

I close my eyes and feel the light breeze as it blows on my face and through my hair, the firelight flickering through my eyelids. I feel the earth beneath me. I hear the leaves as they rustle in the trees. Peace. Beauty. The earth is alive. The earth is asleep. The earth is awake. The earth is part of me. I am part of the earth. This is what matters. This is what is true. This is what is real.

I open my eyes to the sky and see the stars. I am Alanna, sorceress and druid. I feel my soul stirring and realize that everything else doesn’t matter. I am going to focus on becoming a druid, on learning the druidic ways and discovering who and what is truly at the core of me. I will guard my heart against all save nature. I will help Kiira, my good and dear friend, to find the reagents to get rid of the curse. I will find who I truly am at the core of who I am.

And I will not fall in love with Ashleigh Cavanaugh.

Kiira - Covington Part III

Dinner was finished and it was time to go and see Jig fight. We made our way down to the arena, amidst a throng of people. Ashleigh stayed down by the ring to be closer to Jig and I found a seat in the mid-section of the arena, closer to the exit. Alanna and Marcus soon joined me. It was nice to see Alanna again, it felt like it had been awhile. We made some small talk and soon it was time for the fight. Jig was facing a dwarf and the fight was not an easy one. There were many times when I wasn’t sure who was going to win but Jig eventually made it out on top. Arena fighting can be brutal, however. Jig’s opponent actually ended up passing away at the end of the fight. Jig looked stunned. I went down with Alanna to try and see how Jig was doing but by the time we got down there he had run out of the arena. Alanna decided to go check up on him and I made my way to the Dragon’s Milk for the Battle of the Bards.

Fighting through the crowd of people turned out to be more difficult than I had first anticipated. After much longer than it should have taken, I finally found my way to the bar. The lyricist was performing and I waited for him to finish. After that they called out my name; apparently I had missed the first call while I had been fighting the crowds. Nevertheless, I tried not to let it bother me as I smoothed out my clothes and put a smile on my face. When I made it to the stage, however, I noticed that Jig and Alanna had come to see me perform as well. I smiled a little wider. I went to play but everything just got drowned out by the incredible noise of the crowds. Jig called for everyone to be quiet, which was very helpful and I began to play. The first song I performed was one I had composed yesterday; an upbeat melody to get the crowd excited. The crowd seemed to enjoy it and I stepped back down to let the gnome from yesterday have his turn. He amazed the crowd – he was extremely deft at switching between instruments and he won that round; well-deservedly. The next song I switched to a slightly more mellow, emotional key. I played Jericho’s song and the crowd seemed to enjoy it, which made me happy. I won that round and the next, which made me the overall champion of Battle of the Bards! I was amazed that I had managed to win after being so long out of practice playing for an audience but it made me really happy inside. I received a medal that said I had won the Covington Battle of the Bards and I stayed in the inn most of the night, playing for everyone and enjoying a glass of wine or two.

It started getting later and I decided to head back to the Lazy Daisy to get some rest. I was in an extremely upbeat move and I walked back with a smile on my face. All of a sudden, though, I heard someone sobbing as if their heart would break. My smile fell and I looked around, trying to find which direction the sound had come from. Tonight was a celebration for this town; a happy night. I didn’t want anyone to be hurt or sad. And if someone had gotten hurt I wanted to see if I could help. I finally found the sound, it was coming from a side alley. I walked over to see a woman, sitting crouched on the balls of her feet. Afraid that something terrible had happened to her, I moved closer as quickly as I could without startling the poor woman. I crouched in the same manner as she, facing her, and as I stretched out my hand to comfort her I noticed with a start that the woman was Dahlia. I asked her what had happened and she looked up, startled, and quickly covered her face with her hands even more than they had already been. She told me that someone, most likely three someones, had taken her manager, Diego away after a business deal gone bad. I tried as best I could to comfort her and at least she wasn’t physically hurt. I asked her where they had gone but she didn’t remember; she had been dancing up on stage and didn’t notice him gone until later. She seemed to recover herself a little at this point and made a quick move to cover her face back up with her veil. I caught a glimpse of white underneath her veil before she got it back up. I didn’t want her to feel uncomfortable around me; she was so kind and had helped me so much back at the Demon’s Inferno. I reminded her that she told me you should be proud to be yourself and I told her that whatever was under the mask she wore didn’t matter to me. She didn’t want to say anything about it, though, and kept her veil on. I sighed and resolved to find out what had happened to Diego, if I could, for Dahlia’s sake. I asked her if she wanted to stay with me since someone had seemingly kidnapped Diego but she insisted on going back to her own room, though she said she appreciated the offer. Not wanting her to walk alone this late at night, especially if people were after Diego and might be after her as well, I walked her back to her room at the inn across town. She thanked me for my help and I left, back to the Maiden’s Mustache, which is the bar I had found her crying outside of. I went to try and find out what had happened to Diego but the bar was already closed by the time I made it back and I could get nothing out of the people who were still up and about. Sighing, I made my way back to the inn Dahlia was staying at and managed to procure a room for the next couple of nights. I wanted to be close by in case anything happened. I went to sleep and resolved to find out what I could about Diego the next day.

The next morning I awoke and went downstairs to find some breakfast, letting Dahlia finish up sleeping. I heard whispering on the other side of the door. I hurriedly knocked, trying to see what was going on and if she was okay. She opened the door and seemed surprised to see me. I asked her if she had slept alright and was about to inform her of my plans to find Diego when she told me that he had already made it back last night. Surprised that he had managed to make it back, I asked her if he needed healing or if she needed any help or anything. She declined the offer but thanked me for it. Uncomfortably at a loss as to what to do or say next, I wished her a safe journey and told her that I hoped to see her again one day. I left them to their devices and made my way back to the Lazy Daisy, where I ran into Alanna. We ran some errands about town; she got a new dress and I managed to procure the blue ichor for the spell to remove my curse. We wandered around a bit more but eventually made our way back to the Lazy Daisy to find Ashleigh sitting at the bar. We went upstairs to Jig just getting out of the bathtub. He wrapped a towel around himself and we talked about when we wanted to leave. It seemed that Brian, who we hadn’t seen in a couple of days, was probably not going with us to the capital. Reggie seemed too wrapped up in his wife to want to come, which was alright with me. I enjoyed our small party and we decided to play it by ear as to when we would leave. Jig wanted to talk to his dwarven opponent, who had just been resurrected, and Alanna still needed to talk to Marcus. We decided to reconvene a bit later, at breakfast the next day, and we made our separate ways back out into the town.

Strong Man smell gooooooood

I DO IT! I win fight match, tourney. I think i loose, I fight small man with knuckle of brass. He fight hard, I fight hard. His punches magic, he keep hitting me. We fight and fight. Punches, wrestles, throws, it all happen! After long time in fight I start tired. I feel weaker but must push on. I keep fighting, he not seem as tired, but i not tell well as he on back. I smash him on wall over and over. He not let me get break. He hold on tight and I fight back strong. FInally we both headbut and both fall to ground. I able to get up, and punch him on ground. He stop moving and I hold him on ground to count of ref. He get up at last second and dazed. I feel tired and woozy. HE look woozy. I kicki his face in. He go flying back into wall. He stop moving. I no wait for count and find he dead! I fly to Kord temple. NOt really fly, that Alanna. I go to mean temple person and show him person. I want him healed. He say no can help now, but leave here. He look stunned and sad. I remember someone saying you need lots of gold to bring someone home from dead. I go back to arena and claim prize. I say prize go to Kord. They say I ask for prize first. I ask for a large sum and they look at me weird. I wait for monies. They say Kord get no taxes and large donation this year. I guess that good, but then they say they bring clerics together and save opponent. I so happy! Me and Alanna go around town for short bit to bard challenge! Good music all around make Jig happier he kill someone, but little. Kiira start music and she good. She sing a song about drow elf male and other songs. Last song make me dance witheveryone. THey all like me now, even though half orc. I so happy! I go to woman home! I go and have large party on roof. I think I hit people on street at times with self stuff, but it ok, they join us! I wake up after orgy and go to inn see Ashleigh! He resting at table. He tell me go to his room and nap. I go to room and decide that I win tourney and my charm need to be cleaned. I bathe for first time in long time. IT feel nice and hot. Scrub self and sore so careful. As I finish water turn color of man pants when they see me mad. I let out water and girls come in! I cover and sit so we talk before nap. WE talk about old city, don’t remember name, but old city with wine. Then I realize we no see cellar of wine! Cellar of wine must have realy good wine! Also something about that city creepy to me, maybe it the cow that moo….hmmmm. I want see cellar! but no one else want to. I try a little more, but may have to mark on map and come back…..wait how I mark on map? I pay someone?

Love Autopsy

I don’t know how I feel about Marcus. I really like him and he makes me feel like no one else does. But then I’m with Ashleigh and my insides go all mushy and I feel more alive than I ever have before. I feel so confused, I don’t know what to do, what to think. I wish I had some clarity. All of this has taught me to find some confidence in myself. I’m going to start wearing more form fitting robes and talk to Lux about being a druid. I think that perhaps I am finding my purpose in life, my calling. I would like to try and find out.

EPic MOunts

WOW! I do so good in town! So we get into new town for “quick” break. It had been so long since a city, so I go to new female place. It nice and clean, better then some. I go in and small man say I cannot come in. I say pay he say no, i say I pay want woman, he say go away to streets. I look sad and abut to go inn, when I see god man, Ashleigh. I wave him down and ask for help. I want good night, so I pay good, but smal man not want me in, and I no attack people, like Grimm say. Ashleigh seem happy to see me and he happy when I hug him when he say yes he help. He go inside with my money. He come out and I happy to hear go to roof. I go up and lots of woman for me.. almost…9? mayb 12? I no know, but i do know that they for me. ELves, dwarfs, human, we all get along great. 2 men watching on corners, i think they weird. And then Alanna join in! Or i think. She half naked with boobs almost out. She say she no want it, I no really care as i busy with dwarves, they ridding me like a hat is ridden on someones face, and I had many before. I no know if Alanna be happy if I do her after tired. She leave and I get lots more! Finally I get off roof after sleep and sign up for fight! Tourna….tiurney…turn….Big fight with prize! I get to fight people and be nice bout it like Grimm say. After sign up I go and fin friends! My friends all over, they are getting lost, one even captured! I go find Kiira, she sleeping, but it after noon. She need wake up and get food. I go find her and see lots of friends in there rooms. I even find a naked dwarf who say he seen her, but then he really not after I come in. I saw him later, he no like me in fights, but he hapy to fight :) Anyways, I find Kiira and she tell me Alana not in room with her. I ask around in more rooms. I no find and worry, so I go downstairs after Kiira ask me to get Regie. He with wife and no want to move, so I bring them upstairs to keep love together. Regie put makeup on Kiira and I get smart idea. Alanna missing so I ask Regie to put her face on my chest. I can fidn easier If i ask poepl with picture. I then go knock on doors, showing picture. I then hear Alanna Moaning in pain! She in a room that locked. I try and try but locked! I get worried and I think for second about what to do. She moan in pain again and I kick door few times. IT go flying and hit someone, markeus, he go flying. I go to attack him, as he have Alanna! She say she ok, And i have to leave. I leave and I go to ready for battle. I beat up dwarf, naked man with wrestle. HE not very happy when I say hinaked dwarf, I thought it funny, but he hit me with axe…. So i crush him. Then I go find place to heal, Kord so no heal without lots of gold, Kord people no need healing. I think he dumb. IF we no need healing, why we have clerics? I get heal from Ashleigh in park of olidammara. I fight large person later. He throw rocks at me and I set up new lucky charm of skull and torch! He keep hitting me with stone and throw me off when wrestleing, but I beat him in end. I almost ready to collapse, but I win. Now I wrestle a wrestler! He comming up in finale! I in finale, so I good fight… he look good though. Maybe I win or lose, but I will do best. The real lucky part be allana face on my chest. She always be there! and sexy smile… no one resist sexy smel of me.


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