The Fall of Heroes

The Most Powerful Spell Day One part 2
Princess Shialla
Princess Shialla awoke to a sunbathed chamber, complete with a small ball of easily excitable and overly affectionate fur. Upon collecting herself she exited her chambers and made her way down into the inner castle of Brun. She met the royal horse lord, Ose and the King as well. Offering to let her take out the King’s horse for a well needed ride, she hopped up on Skorn and left the inner castle walls. As the heavy portcullis was raised she was immediately greeted by a few small children of the well established and prospering city. Finally goading her into playing with them, Princess Shialla returned Skorn and followed a small girl by the name of Neidra. Neidra led her to her house that she shared with her mother, mentioning that her father, Robert, had left to work by the jungle to the North. Neidra offered the Princess some of their humble hospitality and invite her to stay for an early supper. The Princess met Neidra’s mother, Stella, and was informed that her husband had been gone for close to a year and that he had been last seen by the logging camp responsible for providing fresh building materials for the expanding city. Stella asked for the Princess to bring the matter to the King’s attention and that she would be in her debt if it resulted in a scouting party or news of her husband. The princess thanked Stella and Neidra for inviting her into their home and made her way back to the castle to speak to her father, and then be off to bed herself.
The Most Powerful Spell Day One
It all began in a rough stone hewn room in a shrouded Yuan-Ti Temple located in the Northern Jungle of S’z Thrazz. Kishin awoke and was greeted by The Chosen sacrifice, Rissa, and told him that the High Priests needed him to scout out the outlying jungle borders that were being cut down by the neighboring Hill kingdom of Brun, the Red Flag. He collected his gear and left silently to the jungle front, ready to prove to the High Priests that he was worthy of his Half-Blood Heritage. Upon arriving at the site of the logging, he quickly climbed a hidden watch tower and surveyed the scene. From up on his perch, he could easily make out the kingdom in the distance, as well as the immediate area. Being a jungle, there were trees every dozen or so feet, but there were several areas that were almost completely impassible due to the dense growth of trees. Hearing strange noises to his left, he witnessed another Yuan-Ti being struck by an arrow from and unseen assailant. Making his way over to the opposite watch tower, he was ambushed by a team of Jungle Knolls that roamed the outskirts of the Yuan-Ti’s territory. Not hesitating to draw his bow, he made quick work of the first Gnoll, pinning it to a thick tree trunk with an arrow expertly driven through its chest. The remaining two proved to be more difficult, and managed to strike him in the chest before being almost cut in half by the twin katars he wielded. The remaining Gnoll stumbled and fell to the same sharp blades as his friends. On the wary back to the first watch tower, albeit careful, he fell victim to a pair of cloaked enemies and was struck unconscious.

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