Hello again. Today I will be telling you about one of my most faithful dwarves, Traunick. I would have had him here himself, but he has a bit of an accent that you humans sometimes find hard to understand. Instead, I will let him answer questions at the end.
Let’s continue, shall we?
Continue reading T is for Traunick
Honestly, I don’t understand how you tolerate him. Drunkenness and fighting as a form of worship? Ridiculous. In fact, his inability to behave in a civilized manner is the biggest reason that the protectorate was established.
Continue reading P is for Protectors
Welcome back. Today I will be discussing the elven homeland, the Ilyeamer Forest.
Continue reading I is for Ilyeamar Forest
I’m not even going to dignify that with reply. Repulsive.
Something that has caused some confusion is why I gave my humans healing powers rather than re-using the powers that the other races have. Let me tell you about healers…
Continue reading H is for Healers
Ah, my elves. They are my success. When things went badly with the dwarves, I took what I had learned from them and created a new race to the north. The elves do not have a king. All authority is placed upon the prophet or prophetess. I communicate directly with that one elf, who then conveys my wishes to the others. If they become to enamored with themselves, I remove them from the position and choose another.
Continue reading E is for Elves
That pompous, self-centered, lying, deceitful–
Don’t believe what he says. I made that mistake once, and I can tell you that nothing good comes from it. Today we are not talking about disgusting, devious or deceiving though. Today we are talking about my dwarves.
Continue reading D is for Dwarves
Greetings, readers. I am happy to welcome you back. The blogger who usually fills these pages with words is currently… unavailable. I will continue my discussion from yesterday. If you don’t know what I’m talking about, go back and read that post.
Good, now that we are all caught up, let’s continue… Continue reading B is for…