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Chapter 22: My second hibernation.

Thorsland in the dwarflands Suddenly Looroll was deployed very very far away and I felt sad. He told me I should join his family but I felt so unprepared, that I did not want to risk not being accepted. I had to work hard on my strengths to be up to appropriate level. I went to live back to dwarf lands where risks were lower and I could work on my skills in relative safety. There I used to kill dwarf strawberries all day and open their veilron chest to take their treasures. Although hard to fight, mostly their generals, these strawberry little people gave me good treasures and I soon became rich.

Despite my great friend Looroll, the sky looked gloomily heavy and the air somewhat stale. We have been fighting the Sun tribe for quite some time and everything was at a stalemate. We were sometimes gaining ground, only to lose it elsewhere a couple of days later. Everyone seemed to mention bad things about this evil tribe, but to me they were just people like us. They were not only fighting for their life, indeed they were defending their home so what they did appeared legitimate to me. Some of my new family members told me tales of atrocious past, where this Sun tribe was doing inhumane things to a lot of people. These ranged from razing down whole villages, killing women and children and some said that Sun were seen even killing their own brothers just for the fun of it. Such doings reminded me of the bloody Mayan empire where blood flowed in every ritual, on a daily basis. I do not know if these tales are indeed true, and I suspect some of them were just propaganda. Stories told before each battle have the sole intention to fuel our rage on the battlefield and increase our odds of success.

action with painkillers My new family, Pain Killers, were very nice and we lived in the town of Alberworth. This was a quiet place where we could hunt black knights and malauts just south east of the city. I spent quite a good amount of time testing my blade on the iklits just south of town and these gave me some good coin, along with a lot of hearts. I needed the hearts so badly to fuel my bloodcrafting expertise. I was building fine helmets and chest girdles that not only protected me against an array of defenses, but also gave me more endurance in battle. When wearing such armor you feel a surge of blood running through your veins and you would feel quite stronger!

Having a good family and superb armor was not enough to keep me interested enough though. The war with the Sun tribe was feeling stagnating, and I was losing every interest in life. The trees looked stationary and the grass stopped growing for what seemed a very long time. I was meeting my family members less every day because they were out everyday hunting and I did not feel like joining them. My known world was coming to an end and I did not feel like living anymore. I must admit that I felt like suicidal for some time, but at the end I resorted to hibernation. The nice part about hibernating is that if you make up your mind later on to return to life, you will find everything as it was like yesterday. My last dream was about my friend Looroll. It was painful to leave without saying the last farewells. Another reason to feel really bad about my miserable life.

Yawning profoundly I drifted slowly into the second eternal dream of my life.

fighting with pain killers

Next Chapter 23: Waking up again looking for my friend!

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