Saturday, October 26, 2013

All a Bad Dream -The Tauren and the Blood Elf part 2

 Happy Saturday everyone. Everything has been pretty cool. Still playing Magicka together with our friend Khulk. It's a pretty awesome game. When Gauss said about playing it I watched a video about it, and it looked really stupid. Come to find out, it's one of the best games i've ever played :) Wrote more for The Tauren and the Blood Elf. Made it nice and scary for Halloween. Autumn's Harvest in Rift has been pretty addicting. I've collected at least 750 Artifacts the past couple days hehe. Also wanted to remind everyone, Extra Life is coming up November 2nd for Rift. Register, and play for a weekend to benefit those in need. Details are on Trion's website. :D

 "I've never been here before, so be careful" the Tauren said. As they approached the first tent, the Blood Elf went inside. "Excuse me, might someone be able to help us?" she said softly. Everyone turned to her with a blank stare. Except one. In the far corner to her right she saw a tall dark figure. She squinted, then let her feet lead with curiosity  The figure slowly turned to her as she got closer. "Is there something I can do for you, dear?" he asked. 

 She wanted to ask him why he seemed different from all the others, but he didn't seem like the type to be open about much of anything. "A friend and I were walking through the forrest. and heard screaming, we followed it down through a cave to an injured Worgen, and an estranged Warlock. "Might you help us? we are concerned about the locals, and we don't want to let him go." The man watched her, and with the deepest sigh, he muttered  "Such concern from a couple of people simply passing by. How lovely it is you happened to be there in time to help this poor creature."

 The Blood Elf felt so uneasy. His tone seemed cynical, and untrustworthy to say the least. "We also noticed as we left, the same blue-green light we saw in the cave, is now casted on us, and we aren't sure what it is, or how to dispell. We wondered if there was a shaman around to help us, so we can be on our way?" The tall man smiled, and softly said, "you came to the right place. She knew something was wrong. She quickly ran through the tent out the way she came. 

 Leaving the tent, she noticed it wasn't the same outside as it was when she first went it. The Tauren and the Warlock were nowhere to be found. None of it made any sense to her. "What happened? she asked herself. The tall man followed her outside, along with the others who were in the the tent with him. "What happened to my friend and the warlock!" she screamed. The tall man with the same smile slowly walked up to her and put his had on her shoulder. "You are exactly what we need to finish what we started." Unable to sheath her weapons, or make any movement at all, she panicked  A dark, cold and paralyzing feeling filled her so fast, she couldn't make out her surroundings. "Sleep now dear, and when you wake up all of this will be a bad dream."

 Minutes, that seemed like days passed by. She drifted off more and more. She layed her head to the side, and saw the tall man laying on the ground with the Worgen standing over his body. She wondered how he got there, and how he knew where to find her. If he was too late, and if he could make this all go away. The Worgen picked her up and carried her away. Feeling so full of life, she woke up. There was a bright aura surrounding her, and the bed she was in. The tauren walked into the room and sat next to her.

 "What happened?" She asked. No need to worry, we are in Shattrath now, we were able to get you healed and now look at you. Like nothing even happened. "Where is the Worgen? How did he know where to find me? Where were you??" She had so many questions to ask the Tauren. She was scared the Warlock would come back and find her. She stumbled her words, trying to make sense of what happened. The tauren layed her back down, leaned in and whispered in her ear.. "Like I said, all a bad dream, my dear"


  1. Great part 2! Cannot wait for the 3rd

  2. Well done! Cannot wait for more