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Child of Skyrim, Day 21Child of Skyrim, Day 21 by Jasmo
Day 21 Longest Day
"Ah!" I woke with a start, sitting up in my bed, cold sweat clinging to my skin. My nightmares of dragons, Tirsten, Markarth guards, tentacles and lurkers made me feel sick, not to mention all the people I had killed coming back to life to tear me apart, just like I deserved.
"No," I whispered to myself, wiping the sweat off my brow and getting up. It was still dark but I didn't care, I went into the main hall of the inn, had a few things to eat and drink from my pack and then left, jogging out of Ivarstead and down the path I had taken the day before.
What a mistake, I was so worried about getting to Falkreath that I threw all caution to wind. I was sure the way was safe, even when I saw the wisps again but, it wasn't. The wisp mother saw me and shrieked,
Child of Skyrim, Day 19Child of Skyrim, Day 19 by Jasmo
Day 19 Quest Completed
Sero let me sleep until mid morning before waking me. I wished he hadn't let me sleep so long, I had terrible nightmares of tentacles and dragons, wrapping around me then tearing me apart. It was wholly unpleasant because it felt like I was still in Apocrypha and Hermaeus Mora was laughing at me.
I shook the nightmares off and ate breakfast, a roasted horker loaf with some ale. The taste brought me back to the mortal plane, back to my reality, reassuring me that Apocrypha was far, far away, and that I didn't ever need to go back unless I wanted to.
The midmorning air was cool with a breeze flowing over the snow above us. I put on my Skaal clothes before we left to go find Frea at her village since I had shed them the night before. The whole way there I