The Hero and the Dragon by Tarquin The Honest

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Now was not the time to apportion culpability. Yes, I may have picked up the magical metal rod. Yes, I may have directed it at the snake that then drifted up to the glowing orb above our heads. And yes, the snake may have entered the bubble and released the green dragon trapped within. However, […]

The Basilisk’s Lair by Tarquin The Honest

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Broken rock littered the cave floor. Most of it was misshapen lumps but the occasional large piece was recognisable as a hand, leg or foot. Amidst the spoil stood myriad stone statues. I drew closer to the forms of two moon-elves. The detail of the carving was incredible, their haughty features captured perfectly. Moon-elves have […]