Snowcapped Solitude [Ch. 2] Chapter Two - Strange Encounters
The earthy-colored wolf finished the last of his chores, and was surprised to find it was only mid-day. Starting early in the morning might've had something to do with it, yet he usually finished them by the time his older brother got back from doing who-knows-what, be it chasing after the innkeeper's daughter, or priding himself by climbing to the top of the highest tree.
Whenever Aeron managed to finish his chores early on, he would usually find some odd job to do in the village. But today, the youth felt especially adventurous today, he felt he should prove his worth, and, yes, go into the forest. He'd hunt for himself today, and if luck was especially on his side on this fine day, maybe he'd catch more than enough, so he could sell some to the butcher.
Aeron, feeling suddenly very cheerful, got up and promptly headed outside, where he was greeted by the warm sun. Now, if he had intended on hunting larger animals, he would've brought some f
Snowcapped Serenity [Ch. 1] Chapter one - The Mountains He Calls Home
Aeron, while not the smartest, strongest, or even wittiest of three, happened to be the favorite of the village. He was the middle child, the one no-one paid any heed to, the one who seemed to go unnoticed.
His elder brother, Raidon, had been the one to catch the wounded stag. Personally, Aeron really didn't see what was so amazing about it. Raidon was only a year older than him, yet he was the one that got to go hunting, while poor Aeron was stuck doing work around the house. Of course his younger brother Eirik never did any of the work, because he was the younger one, not supposed to do anything.
The brothers were born a year apart, but that didn't stop Raidon from parading around town acting like he was a hero, nor did it stop Eirik from using his youth as an excuse to slouch off, and chase rabbits all day
They were supposed to be a proud, noble family of wolves, who could trace their lineage to the some of the first who se
Prologue (somewhat revised)I feel that this'll be hard to understand without explanation
This takes place on an entire different planet SIMILAR to Earth, but instead of humans, you've got large canines, and like one race that's feline-ish. Oh, and the continents are shaped differently, and not entirely in the same place.
There's magic and crap, they can walk on their hind legs if they **REALLY HAVE TO**. There's some evil king/mage/alien [nobodyreallyknows] that wants to take over the region/continent/country, and the main character has to help the army defeat it11!!1one!, and deal with small 'uprisings' here and there as well.
The events that happen in the prologue happen a week or so before the actual story.
The alluring scent of roasting meat wafted through the small town that lay nestled in a small valley, right under the shadow of what most travelers thought as a foreboding mountain, but the inhabitants of the village relied on as a source of food. The village had no name, nothing fo