A God for All Season

Twilight

I died twice and each time I left an eye behind… The third time, I was blind and could not see my way out. In the dark, a phantom chased me, whose terror was swift in the shadows. Through street and wood, its eyes followed me and its maw reached for my neck… Suddenly fire breached my vision-less eyes. In the morning I am granted respite, but not rest. I feel its claws dragging me back as the night drags the day into twilight.

A Nymph told me the Eye of Mor`e was upon me. Since leaving the Order, I’d not given much thought to the Gods. But now I wonder, to whom do I pray?

-Linus

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Foolish things...

Renlet got a thing caught in his fiddle… Not a euphemism. That thing was an Elemental. I’m eager to see how this plays out, no pun intended. For now, the damned fool won’t stop strumming the thing.

-Linus

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Renlet's Journal
1st Night in Thalosia

At the Thalosia Crossroad after a long caravan ride -

Performed every chance I could on the road but only to a mild result. No coin but that wasnt the sole purpose of my playing. For so long now, I’ve been the runner up. I have found within me courage I hadn’t needed before. I am the lead of the show.

The caravan ride was a pleasant one I am lucky enough to have been able to join. Almost everyone was a kind sort traveling with wears to sell in Thalosia or returning home. Two among the caravan, Tieflings seemed to be signed on a guards. In this part of the world, like many other they are reviled for their heritage. People here only see the horns and not the being behind them. The caravan master seems to have taken a liking to them which has afforded them a small measure of decentcy from the locals. Quiet but decent enough fellows and they look awfully hand if a fight were to stir up!

Hopefully Thalosia will yield more roads to travel and stories that will be told for years to come. Where will my place be among these tales to come? Where will my words take them?

-Renlet

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The Calm Before the Storm
Between sets at Ander's Inn

Renlet’s Journal

Third Night in Thalosia – late afternoon between sets

This is the life I had dreamt of having. Playing my music and entertaining peoples from all over great lands. Ander, Inn keep at the Thalosia’s Crossroads is a bear of a man who has provided for me room and board, much appreciated after long days on the road for my performing at his Inn. The crowds have grown each night and Ander is pleased with the results. Tonight should prove the best turnout yet with a storm rolling in. Surely people would rather eat, drink, listen to music, and tales than be out on such a night. The first stop on my journey is proving to be a good one.

- Renlet

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