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Archive for January 2016

The Everlasting Haze

Dame Maeve was defeated, the Seals were weakened, and everyone retreated to their homes to recover from the battle. Little did the people of Glomdoring know that something else retreated with them. Odd things began appearing in the Glomdoring forest, dark shadowy figures that they would perceive from the corner of their eye. Then fear…

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Faethorn Nightmares and Tribulations

The Maeve, still saddened by the untimely death of her Consort, sat on her throne as she always did, stoically and with the dignified air of a queen in mourning. The world around her slowly returned to normal and the Faethorn Court, once teeming with confusion and despair, became a quiet reflection of its monarch’s…

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The Unbranding of Queen Maeve of the Fae

Darkness fell across the Ethereal Plane. When the Silver Goddess, alarmed by the change, arrived to tend to the land She loves, all seemed normal: the Queen of the Fae sat, as always, on her throne, her Consort by her side, and the fae of the Faethorn Court went about their daily activities. As far…

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November Vesteran Honours

For the November Vesteran Honours, Portius won the bardic  contest with the poem titled, “Eight Against the Prison”. In the artisanal category, Arimisia won with the study titled “He-Who_Avenges-Kittens”. Check out all of the winners in the Art-Bard Archives!

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Centaur Pendants

Midspring found the centaur colts with an abundance of energy, demanding to play tag with a visitor to Serenwilde, Domo Tenderhoof. The older centaur refused, claiming he was too busy trying to make centaur pendants. Serenwilders Sondayga, Lleuke, Aeldra, Rivius, Avurekhos, Zinnaella and Kurut gathered around the centaurs and quickly offered their assistance to Domo,…

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Year in Review: 2015

Good times and bum times, I’ve seen them allAnd, my dear, I’m still here! These Stephen Sondheim lyrics run through my head as I think about this improbable project called Lusternia. While the notion itself was fantastic that I would create a new online game, at no time did I look forward and imagine I’d…

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