Today I started working on workshops. I would need a lot of materials if I would have any hope of defending against the gloom. Yvette had made some breakfast with honey and something or other that resembled pancakes. They were real good, but I have no idea how she managed it as we did not have any food prep facilities. This is also on my massive list of things to do.
I had just stopped for lunch when I smelled something delicious coming from the edge of the clearing near Yvette’s house. Before I could see what she had, the strangest feeling came over me, like I was being watched by something in the gloom. I called to Yvette that I would be back in a moment and entered the gloom to the south. After exploring a bit, I found a dark skinned woo…Read more >
Last night, after I layed down, Yvette came out with a warm bowl of food. She told me she felt bad that we had not gotten my house built yet. As I ate her delicious food, she told me about herself. Her voice was quite a wonder to listen to. The very sound of it made you instintivly trust her and love her implicitly.
She had grown up in the forest to the south. This was now covered in gloom. She was afraid she if she had not been visiting the Duke at the time, she would have lost not only her home, but her memory as well. The glood seems to do that. She was the youngest of three sisters, all princess's in a far away kingdom. Due to an unfortunate accident, she was lost in the woods. A woodsman and his siren wife raised Yvette until the gloom…Read more >
- I woke up in a dark mist with no memory of anything. I decided to look around and began walking towards a lit clearing. When I emerged, there was a fat man swinging a turkey leg, and a skinny girl running in circles. There were a pair of nasty rats trying to get the turkey. I decided to help them out and I quickly defeated the rats with a skill I did not know I had. It was at this point I really had a chance to look at this odd pair. The man looked to be quite out of his element as he was dressed in regal clothes of quite some value.
- He was talking so fast, and using such big words I could barely keep up. What I understood was that he was some sort of Duke and he wanted to divide his land in half and give me half of it. This was, of course…