Lorcan's Journal

Gathering Clouds

Another muffled caw came through the window, “Lorcan MacBroin, you open your window! I’ll bring Valkyries next time if you don’t!”

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Trivial Tales 3

Surely, this was no accident. Chapels didn’t suddenly sprout foliage overnight; not even Woodland ones. This…was Shay’s doing.

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Trivial Tales 2

Those were Kane’s apples, the prized apples of Woodland, the golden apples of the Hesperides. Kane threatened death to those that took even a single apple without permission, and somehow, he had an entire box of them.

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Trivial Tales 1

Trivial Tales will just be little snippets of daily life, meant to tie stories together, and add a little color to Woodland.

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All My Sins: Part 9-Confession

“The MacBroins have always been a disgrace,” continued the pale boy.  “They have always been liars, cowards, and failures.  You, though, are the crowning jewel.  You’ll always be the pale, sniveling boy waiting for mother to come back.”

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All My Sins: Part 6-A Loathsome Thing

“Lorcan, Mimir’s Well is sacred to the men of the North.  Drinking its waters gives you wisdom and power beyond mortal reckoning.  Even the gods respected and feared the place, and few of them even dared to take a drink.”

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All My Sins: Part 4-Green

Surely this was some manner of fae curse.  Yes, it had to be.  But who had cursed him, and why?  Titania, or one of her court?

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All My Sins: Part 2-Triumphal Entry

Lorcan expected that perhaps they would roll out some long red ribbon for him to walk on, and would play trumpets at his return.  But, that would be ridiculous.  Long red ribbons were expensive and impractical, and trumpets weren’t to be invented for several centuries.

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