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The Wolf Queen Awakens - ch. 42The Emperor's men escorted them through the city and to the docks, the city's people staring in horror as they passed. The full weight of Imperial authority in the city and the Jarl and High Queen themselves being escorted out, not quite like prisoners but deprived of their own people and definitely being herded, that would unnerve anyone.The Wolf Queen Awakens - ch. 42 by ms-katonic
Madanach had said a quiet goodbye to Kaie, whispering to her to initiate the plan, which meant even now his people would be rousing Eola and probably Cicero too, and escorting the two of them plus Kaie, Argis and Farkas to a secure room in the Palace and then through a portal to the Reach. Keirine would then assume charge of the Forsworn. Easier for her to escape in a crisis than anyone else.
Eola would hate it, Eola would be screaming and crying, Madanach knew. She'd already berated him about the back-up plan on her return from Winterhold, demanding to know why. Madanach couldn't give her any comfort, other than it was
2 - For All Things, an Appointed Time...The Elder Scrolls and all2 - For All Things, an Appointed Time... by MikaLero
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Early Morning, 4th of Second Seed, 4E 175
The slam of the iron-bound door behind Ondolemar was all but drowned out by another crack of thunder as the heart of the storm continued to roll over the city. The last handful of hours had been spent in conference with Commander Aelthor in the garrison's headquarters at Rosethorn Hall - pouring over maps, scouting reports, any scrap of intelligence they had at their immediate disposal to try and pinpoint the exit to the sewer tunnels that could lead reinforcements into the city. What no one present could say for certain, was whether or not Lord Naarifin had knowledge of this route, if Auri-El felt the need to humble them all and make an escape from Imperial forces necessary.
The thought of such a setback now… now...after all the blood and sacrifice it took to get th
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3rd of Second Seed, 4E 175
It was an easy thing, and happened often - losing track of time. Forced wakefulness from racked limbs, or burned and cut flesh would eventually slip into restless and dreamless sleep, and then back again until it was impossible to know for sure whether it was even day or night anymore. Why had they thrown her back down here again after all this time? The Nord woman moaned and shifted against the cold wall, heavy iron shackles biting into her wrists and swollen, bruised ankles. Her black hair stuck to her face, the humidity of the season having seeped into the dungeons and layered everything slick with moisture.
It was oppressively quiet in the Skingrad Prison where she was still being held - was she the
Warrior's Heart: Chapter 9Chapter 9: MoonsugarWarrior's Heart: Chapter 9 by Omlette1999
He had always hated that bear pipe. It was carved to look was roaring, trying to intimidate a potential threat. He would sometimes have nightmares of it as a child, of a giant bear towering over him, big enough to swallow him alive.
Ingdor sort of resembled a bear.
And sometimes, only sometimes, there was another creature in his dream. A dragon. It would fly over head, then land behind the bear. However, usually by this point, he would have woken up. But he didn't need to know how the dream ended, because he already knew one thing:
Dragons are stronger than bears.
"There are rumors of a rebellion starting Skyrim." Juniper said as they stared off at the Imperial City in the distance "They started some time after that incident in Markarth. The Jarl of Windhelm was promised that if he disposed of the forsworn, that he would be given the freedom