In the Meantime II: Trygve’s Lament

This chapter picks up from here. It was supposed to be short, but it kind of got away from me. #sorrynotsorry

Two funerals in one day was excessive and Trygve, who always had much respect for temple priests and priestesses, developed an even more profound reverence for them today. Although Alessandra, Riften’s priestess of Arkay, prepared the bodies and delivered the ritual prayers, it was Dinya Balu who conducted the more personalized services. Despite being a priestess of Mara, she seamlessly invoked the spirit of Kyne, the Divine to which both Lilija and Iona were devout. Continue reading “In the Meantime II: Trygve’s Lament”

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So this happened tonight

Mr. Elspeth and I are watching Elder Scrolls videos on Youtube and one for Morrowind came up.

Mr. Elspeth: “When I first bought this game I stayed up until 5 in the morning playing.”
Me: “I actually remember that. I remember thinking what kind of game could possibly keep someone up all night long.”

*sigh*

It was a more innocent time then, for some of us….

Book Two, Chapter Twenty Seven: Coming Down is the Hardest Thing

This chapter picks up from here

Yarah leaned back and pinched her eyes and the bridge of her nose with the tip of her fingers. She was nearing the end of a long day of poring over Mithedi’s journals, hundreds of pages of meticulously kept research notes, ranging from theoretical analyses to experimental observations. Though the sections on physiology were far to advanced for her to comprehend fully, she discerned that he was trying to create some type of detect life spell using Bedyn’s blood. Though notably, he never once mentions his name, referring to him only as “the subject”. Continue reading “Book Two, Chapter Twenty Seven: Coming Down is the Hardest Thing”

Soundtrack: Trygve Wartooth

Apparently, there WAS a reason I couldn’t update over the weekend. Turns out that an impromptu trip to the gym to swim laps will knock you out early if you didn’t plan for it. Anyway, as I edit and work, I’ve been rewatching Riverdale, which is a show that should have been a terrible failure but somehow works. The use of music is particularly apt and one episode ends on a song that rightfully belongs now to Trygve. Video and link to the lyrics after the break. Continue reading “Soundtrack: Trygve Wartooth”