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Little Fire Rouge (Prologue)Un hun, un hun,Little Fire Rouge (Prologue) by EverythingFandom719
Claims kendovro hil.
Zu'u fun hi, Zu'u fun hi,
Faal Dovahkiin comes.
"Flames licked the sides of a wooden inn, and the screams of people echoed through fallen halls. Children cried out to their mothers, as the women were being dragged away by the rough hands of the wicked men with twisted smiles; barbarians, bandits who had no other desire other than lust and riches."
Voth a voice wielding power,
Do kruziik Bron baas.
Faal Dovahkiin comes.
"Two small children huddled in burning corner, in the hopes of being spared, unlike their younger kin. A large Dunmer man with a scar going across his face and blank eyes turned to the children with a smile that could scare away death. They screamed as he raised a wicked and red sword, meaning to end their lives."
It's an oblaan wah vokul,
Wah pah Keizaalro paal.
Faal Dovahkiin comes.
"Right before the sword could spilt into their flesh, a woman jumped onto t
Dragon Kin: Anniversary“Niid! Zu'u unslaad! Zu'u nis oblaan!" A sweep of the World-Eater’s wings sent her flying back, barely being caught by Hakon One-Eye before she crashed into the cliff face beyond them. Ysmir tossed her hair out of her face, staring wide-eyed at the great black dragon as ribbons of light arched between him and Aetherius above them, almost as if he were unraveling, being unmade. He roared and flashed, rearing upward and unfurling the wings that had once shadowed her execution. Glowing red eyes met hers briefly before he exploded in a great burst of light, bones turning to ash and vapor as the spirits of Sovngarde cheered around her.Dragon Kin: Anniversary by Evil-is-Relative
“A great victory, Dragonborn,” Hakon said approvingly, putting the girl down and taking a step back as his sister Gormlaith launched herself at the smaller woman, laughing heartily.
“The wyrm is dead, and the day ours!” she exclaimed, arm around the Dragonborn’s shoulders as she turned back to the rest, grinning li
Three Pieces Of Amber - Part OneThree Pieces Of Amber - Part One by Skyflower51
Three pieces of amber. Small, round, polished to perfection. Three golden-orange stones, shining in the sunlight, set into a band of shimmering silver. Three pieces of amber, glinting almost mockingly at the man who cradled the ring that held them in his hand.
Derkeethus gazed out over the waters of the lake, listening to the sound of the wind whispering through the branches of the golden-leafed tree that stood beside him. The silver ring felt heavy in his palm. But his heart felt a thousand times heavier within his chest.
Silently, the Argonian turned the ring over in his hand, watching the way the light flashed off the small orange stones. Something within him, some deep-seated, burning rage fuelled by grief and pain wanted to hurl the ring away from him, as far away as he could get it. He could see it in his mind; the small silver band spinning through the air, arcing away from him, shimmering in the sunlight as it fell. In his head, he heard the faint splash as it hit the water of
Child of Skyrim, Day 48Child of Skyrim, Day 48 by Jasmo
Bitter cold snapped my eyes open and made my body scramble to stand. Before I even knew where I was I casted a fire cloak to combat the snow and wind.
"Alduin mahlaan," a chorus of deep voices sang, startling me even more than the snow did. I looked up around, my heart stopping in its place when my eyes fell on the rocks around me: dragons. They raised their heads to the sky and opened their wings as they spoke.
"Sahrot thur qahnaraan." A dragon on the highest peak in front of me said, all of the dragons looking at him. I did not know what he said or what was going on, it felt like some sort of ceremony.
"Alduin mahlaan," the rest of the dragons repeated as the one took flight