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This the prologue of a short story detailing the end of the men of Baranor at the hands of Marketh. Their people have been murdered by an army whose coming has no explanation. They have asked for nothing and taken no prisoners. The story itself as it develops will tell of their rebuilding and...
This novel is a work in progress, this is just the first chapter. It is based on mythology in a way... I don't want to give away too much so as not to ruin it for those who will bare with me through this process, but I can say that it stems from the idea of modren day gods: what of those ancient...
By Tales From The Shift World
25 years after a plague summoned by an evil Dragonfly King, the Shift World is still recovering from the damage caused. Kacuiba meets the legendary God Stellaco (Dragon and Firefly hybrid), Asheneigh and is carried to far lands... But unfortunately a storm struck them in flight and they crash...
By Mvt Kersbergen
A poem about the Mad Poet/Necromancer Abdul Alhazred, who wrote the Necronomicon.
Short story based upon the Greek myth of Orion, who is blinded and goes on a quest to the God of Sunlight in order to regain his sight.
A poem about the Cthulhu Mythos Goddess Yidhra.
By Jm Troyer
The story of a warlock by the name of Junius Eytchison. He starts out being the servant of a demon named Xerafox, but eventually frees himself and goes onto a path of redemption.
A crowd pleasing adventure with many twists and turns along the way
Novel | Updated Feb 9, 2013 | Reads: 7 | Comments: 2 | Likes: 0
By Jessica B
Darkness lies within us all, even in those who seem sore pure and innocent in your eyes. Thoughts are silent conversations in our minds, plans secretly made out. In the end, do we not all do the things we do for our own personal gain? everyone can be bought.
By Sicky666 Fhtagn
A poem about the Mad Poet.
This is an old poem by Indian woman 100BCE, translated to English from Bengali
Poetry | Updated Feb 3, 2013 | Reads: 10 | Comments: 0 | Likes: 0
By Michael Anderson
Like looking up at fallen heroes, what they fought for having fallen away, now I look upon our 'Gods' who would have us killed today.
By Ophelia Autumn
As a child, Delia always would listen to her grandmothers stories about the daring Arianna and her travels in search for Medusa and her bracelet. So she decides to take this to the next level, she travels to the lost islands of Medusa. But on her way, she discovers things about her past, the...