With the conclusion of Township Season 4, I wanted to give a COVID-19 update and talk briefly about the impact that the virus has had at home, at work, and with my efforts on various projects.
It has been a bizarre few months, with the end to one year and beginning of the next. Honestly, it's all blurred together for me so much, what with the holiday vacation, followed by a not so holiday leave of absence with my surgery! Last week I published the first episode (New Arrival) of my… Continue reading A New Week Begins!
Iliera made a straight shot at the undead warlock who now haunted the Remnants. She didn’t know anything about this fiend. She didn’t know why or how they had gotten so tied up in a feud with an organization that she’d never even heard of before, but she knew evil when she… Continue reading Episode 15: Flames of Vengeance Pt. 3
Syanna woke in far less pain than she had expected she would. She was being held in a small cage, probably one of the animal cages used by the Night Elves to contain the sick or corrupted creatures of the forest. She sat up and the floor went all wobbly. A hand… Continue reading Episode 14: Flames of Vengeance Pt. 2
Fire lit the night sky as the last of the sunlight faded from view. The village of Lor’denel, once a calm and peaceful hub, was now thrown into the path of war. As several Alliance ships started to throw their lines from the nearby dock, more escaping row boats were being pushed… Continue reading Episode 13: Flames of Vengeance Pt. 1
Six days had passed since the Horde moved against the Night Elves in Ashenvale. As the forest burned in Kalimdor, no one could escape the smell of smoke, no matter where they went the ash and burning debris was sure to follow. Astranaar had already fallen. Countless Night Elves… Continue reading Episode 12: Disaster on the Front Lines
Arathi Highlands, Eastern Kingdoms Fÿnn, paladin of the Silver Hand, hero and defender of Azeroth. The human rested now on a stone bench, his eyes heavy and the weight of the world seemingly pulling him ever lower to the ground. His hands, resting gently on his legs, were still coated with the… Continue reading Episode 11: Rising Tensions