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Spellweaver: Chapter Five"Damn provincial! A plague upon you for polluting our city!" the drunken, enraged Nord shouted, shoving the petite, vertically challenged Dunmer out of his way as he marched towards the hearth at the center of the room. He wobbled around drunkenly as he turned to face the now attentive crowd. "We shouldn't have to put up with their stench in our city!" he groused, hoisting his tankard above his head. The crowd murmured, and the few mer in the room started to slink out, clearly seeing where he was going with his impromptu, alcohol inspired speech. "We should kick those milk drinking elves and elf lovers out of Skyrim forever!" he shouted, to the acclaim of the other, equally drunk Nords. The Nord started walking around the room, clapping his fellows on the back, and glaring at the few Imperials, Bretons, and Redguards who he ran into. I flipped my hood up, hoping to escape his notice as I sipped on my Colovian Brandy.Spellweaver: Chapter Five by PremierEden
"What do we have here?" He belched, his tone much more
Child of Skyrim, Day 37Child of Skyrim, Day 37 by Jasmo
Day 37 Paarthurnax
We spent the morning going through our things and pairing down what we would take with us. I decided to leave all of my weapons behind in favor of my ethereal ones I could conjure while Vorstag took what he had always been wearing. He never carried more than the weapons and armor that was already on his body, as I had the pack and could carry things like food and water for the both of us.
But, even those items were sorted through and stored in barrels around the house to be preserved. I didn't want to take any more than the absolute necessities even though I had a feeling it would be a long day traveling up and down the mountain.
"Are you sure you don't want to take any more?" My companion looked at me with concerned eyes. The night before he had consoled