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The Storm - Chapter 2Rain was pouring down from the dark, moonlit sky. Through the torrent of water, a figure wrapped in a long, black coat, umbrella in hand. Turning into an alleyway, she approached a door lit only by a small lamp above it. Knocking three times, the door was soon opened and the woman was quickly let inside.The Storm - Chapter 2 by thisisboring43
Inside was a bar and a single table occupied by one man. He wore a dark grey suit, as well as a distinct scar that ran down his left cheek. Holding his hand out as a gesture of welcome, she pulled out the chair opposite him and sat down.
“I trust you brought what I wanted?” questioned the man in his low, gravelly tone of voice.
“Yeah, I brought it. I’m just worried that you haven’t kept up your end of the deal.” She replied as she slid a small envelope across the table to him.
Picking it up, he looked inside to ensure everything was in there. Quickly, his face became angry.
“Is this some sort of joke?!” He yelled, crumpling the empty enve
The Storm - PrologueThe van pulled into the hangar, rain pouring from the dark grey sky, as the metal doors were shut behind it. For a moment it was pitch black. The lights flickered on, illuminating the abandoned structure. A man stepped in from the back of the building, dressed in a black, three piece suit, no expression shown on his face.The Storm - Prologue by thisisboring43
Two guards stepped out from the front of the van, immediately moving to the back and opening the thick, armoured doors to reveal what was inside. Three prisoners, each chained against the walls of the van with their faces covered by dark, burlap sacks. The guards moved up the small steps to remove the prisoners, handcuffing them again before they had a chance to make an escape.
“You know what to do," the man said to the guards before quickly returning to the back of the hangar.
The prisoners were taken out of the main body of the hangar and downstairs to a dark corridor. The metal walls were coated in rust, with water heard dripping in the distance from a far of
Duels of Matrimony For TG Writers, Artists and RPsANNOUNCING A NEW TF/TG GROUP!Duels of Matrimony For TG Writers, Artists and RPs by TF-Wizard
DUELS OF MATRIMONY!
This is a new Writing, Art, and Roleplaying group for TG and TF enthusiasts all across DA. The concept for the group is as follows:
In a world where women are being born less and less, competition for wives is at its breaking point. In order to solve this crisis, Duels were instituted. The loser of these duels becomes the object of the winner's desires, their perfect woman. It is to this backdrop that this group is set. In this group, we accept duelists from the public, and arrange for our writers to craft stories of their duels...and the aftermath.
And that's why I turn to you, we are now accepting applications for characters, writers, and artists to bring these tales to life. For those of you into roleplaying, we're giving you our full support, with dedicated pages for it. I hope you can come and join us as we embark on a new, experimental adventure.
Now Accepting Brave KnightsGood evening everyone! To my watchers, I say welcome back, and if this is the first of my journals you've seen then I'd like to say I'm glad to see you here. Recently I came upon an old idea of mine, a sort of TG setting. I have reproduced my original idea below.Now Accepting Brave Knights by TF-Wizard
"Knightly Duels: In this medieval fantasy setting the knights and nobles of the humans, elves, and other races duel on and off of the battlefield for glory, honor, and their lord. Their battles have escalated into elaborate duels where both sides fight as honorably as possible. The staunch men battle with sword and axe, bow and lance, they fight as best they can. They fight not for their lives, due to their heavy armor and toughness most of the deals are non-lethal. Instead, the loser is usually captured by the victor. And this is where the setting differs from medieval Europe. In the classical ways, captured knights and nobles were to be ransomed and kept in fine conditions until their estate paid the ransom, at which point t
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