Category: Miscellaneous


Leaves Turning

A Hallow’s End Tale of Three Gnomes

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Wanton

[[Practical applications of this story aside, one of the things I enjoyed was presenting the idea that a paladin and an occasional Light-wielding priest aren’t always “goody two shoes.” ‘Cause, y’know, I really can’t stand those types …

Edited Jan. 15th, 2012 to reflect gender change.]]

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[[Originally posted Nov. 3rd, 2010 at 9:02 PM.]]

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[[Originally posted Oct. 29th, 2010 at 10:45 PM for Clockwerk’s Hallow’s End party.]]

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[[Originally posted Jun. 30th, 2010 at 11:09 PM. Based off Native American legend – Grandmother Spider Steals the Fire.]]

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[[Originally posted Nov. 25th, 2009 at 12:46 PM.]]

Food.

It was everywhere.

The grounds outside the Stormwind gates, where the tables and vendors had been set up, were trampled and muddy and disgusting. A gray-yellow paste of stuffing mixed in with the mud and coated the grass, while elsewhere cranberry chutney dotted the earth like remnants from a vicious fruit massacre. Blobs of orange and brown, once candied sweet potatoes and pumpkin pie, dotted or smeared the chairs and tables. Swarms of flies buzzed happily as they feasted on the leftovers, while ants and other insects took advantage – often to the dismay of many an adventurer.

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[[Originally posted Aug. 28th, 2009 at 4:08 PM. Just something I wrote up for Clockwerk’s RP run of AQ 20 on August 7th.]]

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“An Egg Story”

[[Originally posted Apr. 12th, 2009 at 10:24 PM. Most of the fairy tale is made up or is a retelling of popular story themes, except for the part about the girl sinking the ship which is attributed directly to a Circe myth.]]

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[[Originally posted Feb. 2nd, 2009 at 6:12 PM.

I worked on a short-lived RP idea called Project: Quest Giver, and I hosted “Story & Rhyme Night” as part of it. I challenged players to come up with the stories about the Lunar Festival, including how the selection of Elders came to be at their locations.

The Hopi legend, “Rabbit Shoots the Sun” was the inspiration for Skychaser.]]

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