Author Archives: Euripedes

Prologue: Samophlange

Arkenheart had been left alone in the company of her uncle Argus. Well, not completely alone, daddy had also left her about fifty bajillion guards. They wore dark shades and had serious looking suits on, but now they had disguises … Continue reading

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Prologue: Rise of the Sun Warriors, Part 5

The more I write Thalorien, the more I realize the guy is a little scary. ~ Thorondorill Point was technically a military harbour, though it was rarely used as anything more than a dry dock storage and repair facility for … Continue reading

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Prologue: Rise of the Sun Warriors, Part 4

This one was brutal to write. I kept writing my way into plotholes, which was problematic, obviously. What is posted here is the first part of a small arc that is currently on it’s 25th rewrite. I am posting the … Continue reading

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Biology and Civilization

A thought experiment. I’ve always wondered how differing biologies would affect civilization at large. It’s easy to say why dwarves are dwarves, elves are elves and trolls are trolls, but why simply accept it at that? Why not go searching … Continue reading

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A Suitable Tale of Woe

It seems silly to have a blog and then not blog, so I’m going to try and actually blog about things now and then rather than just posting stories with no commentary. I do not fancy myself a writer. I … Continue reading

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Prologue: Rise of the Sun Warriors, Part 3

Even by the swiftest hawkstrider, the journey from Silvermoon to House Dawnseeker’s estate would have taken four days. Ordinarily Thalorien Dawnseeker would have been more than happy to take the scenic route. Quel’Thalas was astoundingly beautiful, and four days was … Continue reading

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Prologue: Rise of the Sun Warriors, Part 2

Thalorien Dawnseeker knocked, just once. His rank allowed him many concessions, knocking only once at the doors to the prince’s private suite was one of them. The fact that they had been friends for the better part of a century … Continue reading

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