viking story ch 2Closer the elder tribes woman came as she approached Johnnish and Johan, her dress was of a familiar grab native to Berential. Her skin shone of a soft reflecting bronze and had a look of slightly aged leather, to Johan his eyes saw a woman who was blessed with the gift of the earth mother. The two slowly rose to their feet the audible clanks and rings of their armor could be heard throughout the beach as the bowmen came out the bush. what brings you two here?! Speak quickly! the elder barked softly as the tribal archers had their hands on the strings of their bows.I be Johnnish son of Nanthar, and my complain is Johan of the Grove he said his hand on the hilt of his cracked sword. I applaud your fluency of our tongue, but where did you one who is old learn to speak our language? Johan interrupted. I learned your tongue many moons ago when I was a younger woman she explained, when your p
viking story chapter 1 The was as an uproar as powerful winds swept across the sea thewaves large and violent but no rain. Sailing though its waters was a largedreadnought with the black lion standard on its sail, the ships masthead in theshape of a ferocious mantacore. A large man stood at its yet as he looked at thestorm less yet powerful ocean. He wore the armor of the Viking for that was whathe was, a bear pelt covered his back as a short red beard stood on his face, hiseyes glowed with a command presence as he glared at the sea. This man wasnamed Johnnish, and the vessel he stood on was the magical shipHeraitan which could sail its self in any storm in any waters.He stood firm on his ship as the only other passenger approaches him, ayounger but just a noble Norseman stood off to his sideas Heraitan countered yet another wave in this restless abyss.
Dissention and AscensionDissention And AscensionChapter one: in the beginning
.BY: Alexander MathewsIn this beginning of modern scripture for the ages live a tale of holy events. These stories to be marked in the pages of the ironic bible hold such purity and calamity that the story must be told. The darkest of kings the devil Satan has all but enjoyed his corrupted and dark seat of power. The power of sin and suffering fills him as to this date but he longs to be in the gates of heaven. For what seem like millennia to him he searches for the way out of his hell down below. But it seems he has found scriptures
powerful tomes which tell him a answer the loophole into heaven. For now he plots and recruits new minions to gather the light of good works so that they may shine upon him and give leverage for his ascension. It was dark
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