An randomness post of updates.
The Dzoei Stone.
You may not be too happy with this…but I shelved the project. I haven't come across a case of Writer's Block, no. I did this for several reasons. One was that my life is supremely busy with schoolwork. Another is that I began a new Berinfell Prophecies story a few days ago, and I was focusing on that. But I haven't written anything major for a few days. I did introduce those three new characters, and I'm in the middle of their introduction scene, but I haven't done anything further than describe them. And frankly, the description doesn't flow very well, and it needs quite a bit of editing.
As I said earlier, I was concentrating on the Berinfell Prophecies book. I chose the hardest part in Allyran history to write about, because the title seems, in a way, to contradict itself majorly. What is that title?
The Bloodless War.
Actually, I was inspired by my most recent dream. Yes, it was crazy, and yes, it was random, but it inspired me. The referral is #ninjas.
From the Fire of Fhür'ghaven
A boy escapes from the constantly burning city of Fhür'ghaven with a message of horror to the rest of the Islase, the Nether Isles beneath the continent of Xor. Ancient monsters, the terrors of the ancient days, are being called back into existence by a ritualistic band of priests, warlocks and sorcerers. Should they escape the Burning City, their footsteps will cause the land to decay and die.
But among the warriors of the Attéglese, will there be any who will take the risk to fight the monsters that come from the fire of Fhür'ghaven?
By the way, that section above about From the Fire of Fhür'ghaven was on-the-spot and seat-of-the-pants. So it's randomness. But what do you think of it? Is it cliché? Scary? Humourous? Boring?