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Dragon Kin, Chapter 5: School ReunionTheir journey from Solstheim was much different from their voyage there. This time they took the Northern Maiden from Raven Rock to Windhelm, and Ysmir and Aela discovered, much to their dismay, that The Huntress and boats did not mix well. Ysmir spent most of the voyage below decks with Aela, working on a Restoration spell that negated motion sickness, with some success. When they finally entered the river that would lead them to the docks at Windhelm, however, Aela opted to jump off the ship and swim to land rather than remain aboard a few more hours. Ysmir had brought some water-sensitive material back, and told her she’d meet her at the Windhelm stables.Dragon Kin, Chapter 5: School Reunion by Evil-is-Relative
The Nord woman was looking much more like her usual self when Ysmir finally caught up with her, after hiring a courier to tell Lydia that she was back in Skyrim, and would be heading to the College of Winterhold before going south. Aela groaned to learn they were going to consort with a group of mages, but cheered up c
Dragon Kin, Chapter 2: Return to Raven Rock“Od Ah Viing!”Dragon Kin, Chapter 2: Return to Raven Rock by Evil-is-Relative
Aela took her hands off her ears and glared at the Dragonborn. “I hate it when you do that.”
Ysmir shrugged apologetically, gazing across the water at the manor where she had left Vilkas in charge until Lydia got home. Normally, she had no problem calling Odahviing from nearer the manor, but now she was wary of what Darva might pick up. “Do you think Farkas is interested in Lydia?”
Aela looked startled. “What? Why would you think that?”
“He was gazing off toward Riverwood with a flushed face.”
Aela rolled her eyes. “Mages and their words. You could have just said he was blushing.”
Ysmir grinned, “I could have, but what fun is that?”
The Huntress snorted, “Forget going back to Winterhold, you should go to Solitude and join the Bard’s Collage.”
“I hear you I hear you the Dragonborn comes!” Ysmir warbled at the top of her lungs. Across the water, P
Child of Skyrim, Day 29, part oneChild of Skyrim, Day 29, part one by Jasmo
Day 29 Finally
I wrote to the Greybeards knowing full well that their response could take days to receive. Knowing that I decided to travel to Windhelm to deliver the necklace of Arkay to Tarbjorn Shatter-Shield so he could give it to his wife while we waited. They had lost their daughter to a murderer and it was the only thing the man could think of to give his wife for some small consolation.
The boat ride there took an entire day, we arrived very late at night but Tarbjorn was still at the inn, drinking his sorrows away still. He was very grateful for the necklace and handed me one thousand gold in return, more than enough to pay for the necklace and our travels plus food and lodging for the night. The very next morning we went to the dock and headed back to Solitude, once again taking the entire day plus some evening hours to arrive.