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Skyrim: Blood of Dragon: Ch 5 Pt 2ThalesSkyrim: Blood of Dragon: Ch 5 Pt 2 by bruce607
Alvor agreed to supply Thales with some armor and a weapon, but within reason. He allowed her to take some iron armor. Thales preferred steel armor over iron, but steel was more expensive than iron and she knew she wouldn't be getting that kind of armor for free, nor would she want to take advantage of the blacksmith's generosity. He offered the right amount of material needed to make a steel greatsword and helped her make it.
"Where can I go to sell a few magical items? Will I have to sell it in a shop at Whiterun?"
Alvor lifted his hammer towards the shop practically across the street. "Lucan sells many different items there. You'll be able to find a variety of different supplies you may need."
"Thank you for all your help, Alvor." With her thanks said, Thales walked across the street to a two story shop with a sign that read "Riverwood Treader". As soon as Thales entere
Skyrim: Blood of Dragon Ch 5 Pt 1ThalesSkyrim: Blood of Dragon Ch 5 Pt 1 by bruce607
She followed Hadvar on a road snaking down the hill from the cave. The path was constantly downhill with mostly large boulders and large patches of grass along either side of the path. A few trees as well as a few fallen ones scarcely scattered the area, but the trees were just numerous enough and just tall enough to prevent the two Nords from seeing what's at the bottom of the hill or what lied in the vast distance ahead. Grass, weeds, and various flowers grew alongside the dirt path and while Thales knew little about herbology, she recognized the mountain flowers that thrived nearly everywhere in Skyrim. She saw mostly blue and red mountain flowers down this path.
The path curved to the left. At this curve, the ground just to the right of the path was higher than the declining path. This created a wall of dirt along the path. The roots of trees webbed the wall of dirt and sometimes poked out. The roots looked like thi
Skyrim: Blood of Dragon Ch 4 Pt 2 Dragljo and Raine traveled West down the road to Hammerfell with Dragljo suited up in his steel armor and his greatsword strapped to his back, despite still feeling quite weak (that’s why he was riding a horse and Riane was with him). Riane traveled on horseback as well and only wore her blue robes (enchanted with Restoration Magic strength) and an iron dagger at her hip. Dragljo had offered a better weapon (the orc’s steel waraxe) incase her mana were depleted from strenuous magic use, but Riane told him a dagger was a better weapon for her and a waraxe would be too heavy. They traveled in silence, mostly, with Dragljo hunched forward, the armor weighing heavy on him. Riane noticed this and suggested, “Maybe we should slow down.”Skyrim: Blood of Dragon Ch 4 Pt 2 by bruce607
Dragljo replied, “I can’t. I need to know what happened to my sister.” Thales was his only family; well, she was his only living relative he cared about. If he had
Alarm Clock IS: 3A Rude Awakening Choice 3E3A Rude Awakening Choice:Alarm Clock IS: 3A Rude Awakening Choice 3E by bruce607
3 (lays and stares) E (poke)
Are You Real?
Tim wanted to run, but his fear pinned his feet the wooden surface of the giant desk. But where would he run and how would he be able to get away? The hand resting on the alarm clock was right above him. With one simple motion, the giantess could lower his hand on top of him and capture him (or crush him, if she wanted to). And even if he managed to dodge the hand, where to then? He’ was lying on a giant desk! How could he get down, where would he go? Tim felt hopeless, at the complete mercy of this giant being. All he did was lay there on the wooden surface and stared out across the gap between the desk and bed at the giantess. Her wide blue eyes stared at her too.
Tim and the giantess just stared for the longest time. Even though the numbers on the alarm clock behind Tim changed numbers about two or three times without a word being said, it felt