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The Necromancer's VillageThe air was crisp and the morning was cool outside the tall, black castle. The stone fortress cut an impressive figure against the flat, dull plains. It was as though the hilt of some great sword stuck out of the flesh of the earth. The rising sun glinted off of the harsh angles of the towers and filtered through the clouded windows.The Necromancer's Village by LadyEpic
“What do you think She does up there all day?” A young woman with black hair that hung in shiny ringlets asked, staring at the mesmerizing building. She turned away, and her watery blue eyes searched her companions at the table and counter for answers.
“She’s a necromancer, dear. You don’t want to know what She does,” a colorless dwarven woman assured her. The dwarf returned to kneading dough, even though she had more than enough bread to last her for years. Flour sprinkled her worn orange dress, joining three years’ worth of stains.
“If She’s even still alive,” the speaker was a pale, beaut
Psychout: New LondonNew London stinks.Psychout: New London by LadyEpic
Oh, you think I'm joking? Imagine thirty years of sewer leaking out into the gutters and sitting there, rotting for who knows how many years. Then you're halfway there. You know, they say that way back when, way way back when, people used to fling their poo out of the windows, right on top of unsuspecting passerby. That would be preferable to this. I think I just saw a bum eat out of the gutter, throw up, then keep eating. Worst part? He's one of the sane ones.
My feet look big compared to these cobblestones. To the people passing on either side of me, I'm just a nobody. Maybe they hope that I won't pick their pocket. Maybe they don't even see me. That's good. I don't want to be seen. If I so much as look up, I'm dead. Making eye contact? That's been out of the question for two years. I pull my hood further over my face. It's a boring dark brown in color, couple of shades darker than me, but it's huge. You can't even see my nose if you're looking from the side.