“No, no, Dra’Zita was born in Cyrodiil, in Bravil. Never been to Elswyr, never really wanted to. This one has much family, many friends here. Elswyr would be strange, just as strange as it would be for Yarah and Ser Bedyn.” Continue reading →
Bedyn Sigeweald, by the always-amazing Nastia. I could write a whole book on just this man alone. But suffice to say, Elspeth’s father has been through a lot. I gave Nastia some references and she managed to capture just how aged and exhausted he is. Continue reading →
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 →
I commissioned one of my favorite artists, memai, to draw this picture of Bedyn Sigeweald (Elspeth’s father) and Ione Varros. This image is from when they were younger, serving as Blade agents during the Great War. Without giving away too many details and spoilers, I will say that Bedyn/Ione are one of my favorite pairings and their relationship, during the Great War, was both passionate and complicated. Ione will be featured later in the story and details of their past will be revealed. I love these two and if I had more time, I would go back and write their entire story out in full. As always, Memai did an incredible job, in particular on their armor. I mean, just look at them!
In other news, part two of my last chapter is coming along. It’s finished, just not very polished. I hope to have it up this week. Continue reading →