Douglas Goodall

Wulfric and the Snow Elf, V. IV

IV. The Snow Elf (In which Wulfric meets the Snow Elf.) To his near-death came a Falmer Bright-eyed maid with braids of winter Bare and barefoot came a Falmer Pale spell-maven, white-death dealer Fought to fight, did he, brave Wulfric Strove to split limbs’ frosty stingers Strove to grasp his gelid sword-grip Fought to clasp […]

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Wulfric and the Snow Elf, V. I

This is the poetic epic of Ysgramor’s youngest son, Wulfric. While the authenticity of the story is uncertain, fragments have been found in contexts that leave no doubt of a late First Era origin for the earliest written versions. The grammar and word use in the early version also leave no doubt of its Old

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Wulfric and the Snow Elf, V. II

II. The Hunt (In which Ysgramor climbs the mountain and slays an ice wraith) Hundred steep steps up High Hrothgar Hundred steep steps to the Pole Star Sneaking skeevers soon were spotted From his hands death found the skeevers From their hides he made a belt-pouch Bone-gnawers suited only weavers Flesh too foul for any

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Hassour’s Red Wisdom

This is how I would write the story of Red Wisdom, to the best of my memory, in a more Imperial style. When the three hands that cursed their bearers Lose their grip, and skies are cleared of terrors Gather food, gather weapons For the fate that star-fall threatens Child who was buried under the

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Fargoth Forever

After arriving in Seyda Neen the Player character is placed with a choice in Arrille’s Tradehouse when Krisskar Flat-foot asks the player to find Fargoth’s hiding place. If the member denies the the job they will begin upon the path of Fargoth Forever. After denying Krisskar’s quest the player can return to Fargoth who will

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Fargoth Says Hello

After arriving in Seyda Neen the Player character is placed with a choice in Arrille’s Tradehouse when Krisskar Flat-foot asks the player to find Fargoth’s hiding place. If the member agrees to do the job and completed it they will begin upon the path of Fargoth Says Hello. After completing Fargoth’s Hiding Place the player

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Witness Letter from Thavere

As the lighthouse keeper I often am up late at night and witness things in town that would otherwise go unseen. On many occasions, I have seen Hrisskar (and Raflod) sneaking about at night and breaking into houses or the Census Office. I once caught Hrisskar in the lighthouse. He claimed he was drunk and

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