Eternity Blog

It was a mere three-hundred years ago that Remnant died. He never could remember the events that led to his death, and even had some considerable trouble with remembering who he was before his death. He assumed it was true, that which was obvious to everyone else, that he must be 1) a Dark Elf, 2) a …

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Hollow Waltz This series switches off between a group of adventurers in the lands of Eboncrest, and another set of characters known as the Lords of Aeturnum. As you may have noticed by now all campaigns we’ve played are linked together . The events of one story lead to stories yet to be told. This …

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Judges they called themselves. Come to eradicate the last of the ex-Aristocracy of Unified Etzania. As the gates of Yarasil were breaking, a thought flashed through his mind. Judges. Magistrate struggle before he rose to power. A man named Zandes. What was it? And there was a mage. Dios? A few days later, he couldn’t …

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To Alceaus Bishop Alceaus, good to hear from you. Your message is well-timed. We’re in greater need than ever for aid. I’m happy to hear you’ve found your herbs. I pray daily for the healing potions you’ve believed with so much faith the good Lord will deliver unto your hands. With such a dangerous substance, …

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Lion was a tall man, early forties, slightly balding with remnants of soft brown hair that fell in waves to his grizzled mustache and beard, down to his shoulders. Wearing the clothes of the esteemed Gladnr of Unified Etzania, he was imposing. Broad shoulders, keen eyes, a slightly crooked smile that could charm any lady …

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Rolled up parchment, tied with several ornamental strands of silver string, lying between six rows of clear-blue vials. A Scroll from the Lady of Death to Sage Dyson, penned six months prior to today’s date, found by Alceaus and Crour in the Sage’s upper room of his tower. So reads the scroll… Forged by the …

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Flux Core This game had the largest number of players of any ongoing campaign we’ve done. Whereas the previous two campaigns are written as short stories in a fantasy setting, the blogs for Flux Core are mainly game session recaps. As such, they are often quite funny, but a little harder to read without context. …

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“I’m waiting for the Seraphic Might.” Six men. None of them worthy of lifting my blade. Staring at the door, stepping near, looking about. A Dwarf, a Human, some others. Even the Paladin’s unworthy. None of them hear the beat, so I think they may have said. Maybe, walk to the beat? March? Murmurs. I …

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A small light flickered, then spurted, and extinguished. Stillness. Nothing changed. He waited. The light sputtered again and cast its ember warmth. Not enough light to see what had happened since the stillness, but it was enough to calm his chattering jaw. One year and one day ago, they had left home. For one year …

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Sanctus smote the golden-covered heap before him, radiance from the edge lashing into the clouds above and striking off every metal angle and curve. The gold faded. A heart the size of a castle wall was all that was left before them atop the cliffs of Castle Ravenloft. Trees were a canopy in the distance …

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Nothing. For weeks no breath whispered our names. Wolves and bats hovered on the misty edge of sight, but were shadows. The howls…were not. The beating of wings had been real, particularly when the tips had caressed and struck us in the same motion, and always just after sleep had, rather resignedly, come upon us. …

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