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Exile Lost PrologueA tyrant’s rule is never considered great, nor is it ever cared for. Yet what is it that truly defines a tyrant, is it the nature of the person or is it the nurturing of the soul in a cold world that creates the kind of ruler none wish to stand under? Is the temptation of power too great for man to resist, or is it that some sort of darkness was born within himself that cannot be avoided? History can never be clear, nor can it ever be confirmed for somehow man inevitably finds himself lost in the annals of time attempting to discover what the truth is and whether the truth is what was once taught and still is. Of course history can never truly dictate the course fate has set out, it can only offer predictions and insights, telling the people of Espkiel that most kings are benevolent and well-intentioned, and telling them a divided system was one that worked. A peaceful time is one that offers few disputes, but peace can also breed discontent and create a system that offers littleExile Lost Prologue by Fidelis-Raor
Wizard's Tale Part IIIt was many years after he had begun to study under the black wizard that Roderic, someone who was quickly gaining influence in the wizarding town, once again became frustrated. This time it was at least because of a dispute over a spell he had founded. He was meeting with his instructor that day, in fact, to discuss how pointless a spell it was.Wizard's Tale Part II by Fidelis-Raor
As he made his way to the black tower others began to avoid him, more so than usual. Though it was not unusual to see him heading towards the black tower, it was unusual to see him in such a bad mood before he ever reached the tower’s gates. The new guards on post did not know the warning signs of when a white wizard was angered. Over the years there had been a variety of guards on duty, in fact there was a new set every day as some unwritten law dictated that everyone must guard their respective tower at least once. These guards were by far one of the youngest ones Roderic had witnessed on duty and he felt a slight surge of p
Wizard's Tale Part IEspkiel, like every planet that spins round the mother star of its system, had two halves to its spherical shape and as a result a division between two cultures. Yet the division of life on the continents of Espkiel and Forsil was not something that lasted long thanks to the magic that wound its way around the planet like a snake, tightening its coils whenever it found a being capable of channeling its power. For the wizards of Forsil the snake clung on as tightly as it could, forcing them to see a dazzling array of images and symbols constantly. Even in this small gathering division was present, though, as there were those that saw the blazing white symbols used in the healing arts and those that saw the bright black symbols used in the chaos based arts that could destroy but had trouble when they had to create. Then rarely when the coils drew as tight as they could a wizard with the ability to see both was born and had the ability to unite both arts and, on a larger scale, both halveWizard's Tale Part I by Fidelis-Raor
My name is Sin. I'm 23. "I'm wise beyond my years, yet still a kid at heart."
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