Kane's Journal

Growing Weary

The air was cold and getting colder with each passing day. Winter would soon be upon Terrasylvae and the now dull colors of Autumn would be replaced by a stark white. Things were settling in and it wouldn’t be long before these vibrant halls of nature would slumber for a time.

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Empowering the Sergeants

I spent much of the last season empowering the Lieutenants, so they could play a larger role in the group. For this next season, I would like to do the same with the Sergeants.

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Hiraeth Beckons: Part 1

It’s pronounced “here-eyeth” (roll the “r”) and it’s a Welsh word. To some, it implies the meaning of missing a time, an era, or a person. It is associated with the bittersweet memory of missing something or someone, while being grateful that thing existed.

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When the Captain Gets Involved

“What it sounds like is you two have gotten yourself in a prank war and you seem to be losing.” Kane smiled as he teased the mischievous goblins.

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One of the Most Dangerous Words

I find it fascinating that a little reflection and introspection can snowball into serious pondering. Subjects that provoke thoughts can turn into a rabbit-hole of new ideas and self-discovery.

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Adventure to the Lime Sink: Part 5

He made sure to find a way to not only touch the falling water, but also fill up his water-sack with the cool, crisp water before returning to a specific ledge that jutted out into the cavern. Sitting down, with his feet dangling over the edge, Kane pulled out a few tasty morsels from his back pack and looked out over cavern below him as he ate.

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How I Connect Colors with the Three Types of Fighters

I don’t believe that any of the three types of fighters are better than one or the other. I believe that they are merely three different ways of approaching the art of fencing. But now that the general idea of the theory has been covered, let me explain how color comes into play

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Adventure to the Lime Sink: Part 3

Now Bush Mill wasn’t much of a village, but it suited Kane’s goal to travel with little effort. It got its name for the mill that ran with the steady stream. The rest of the buildings just cropped up overtime, filling in the necessities of those who lived there until it got its name on the map. It was quaint. Nice.

Kane couldn’t imagine living in Bush Mill.

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Adventure to the Lime Sink: Part 2

In the depths of Woodland resides a place that is only rumored of by outsiders. A place of magic ruled by the Fey, with a queen as beautiful and as fickle as nature herself. The Fairy Glen.

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Adventure to the Lime Sink: Part 1

Off a well hidden branch of a river are secret Limestone caves. Very few know its location and even fewer can navigate the paths there. It’s said it takes the luck of the fey to find it. A secret haven to those in greatest need. Also a wonderful place to have adventures that border on the otherworldly.

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Training with My Tyros

Apprenticing to Kane Driscol requires an acceptance of the unorthodox. In the moment, students may not know what use certain activities hold, but you always know there is something to be learned.

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Dinner at Le Vilain Caneton

During his time traveling through France as a member of L’Orchidée Noire, a traveling troubadour group, Kane developed a love for gourmet food and high dining. This was something Damian clearly didn’t understand.

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