A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. A Great Kingdom far to the South once existed. Its history is fascinating and dramatic.
The South used to be a fertile land. The old stories tell of a culture that thrived in agriculture, hunting and carpentry. Proud, tall men used to rule the open fields and a civilization that worshipped peace and nature more then anything populated the vast island continent.
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. Bhaile is lost. Our Hero meets his master. A new faze is emerging.
-Damn it! They moved too slow! If we were the real criminals, we would’ve gotten away before they shut the city down. – cried Governor Ceannard
-You shouldn’t blame them too much. The Fortress was very well guarded. It would have been next to impossible to infiltrate it by any ordinary man. Lieutenant Andar is a brilliant strategist, but not even him could have prepared for this enemy. The things that attacked you were anything but normal. – said Professor Seann.
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. A genius design, but a great loss. Bhaile will never be the same. Neither will the Fortress.
Night turned into day, as the whole town of Bhaile was lit by the flames that engulfed the Governor’s Villa. The King’s Guards were desperately trying to put out the fire, but it was a lost cause. Even if the outer walls of the Old Fortress were made out of solid rock, most of the interior was decorated with huge, polished mahogany pillars and sculptures, stating the wealth and royalty of its inhabitants. After all, it was home for the noblest families in Bhaile. Eventually, that exact display of abundance would become its downfall.
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If you want to travel, this is a great destination for a vacation. Here are some tips and tricks about Lauterbrunnen. Tolkein’s inspiration for Rivendell comes from this small Swiss town located in a Valley between the great Alps. Colossal views of the mountains and the 72 waterfalls will take your breath away for sure. Switzerland, as a whole, is a country to visit. Lauterbrunnen cannot be missed.
Have you ever dreamed about Paradise? On second thought, that’s a stupid question. Of course, you did! Everybody imagined how Heaven, Valhalla, Paradise, or whatever you call it would look like.
Most people I’ve talked to about this subject told me that this Eden-ish concept would have to be something like a natural wonder, where everything lives in harmony and where there is enough of everything for everybody.
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. The Governor’s quiet library is about to be disturbed. Fire, Evil, a battle, all came across in the Old Study Chamber.
-What, who are you, kid? And how did you get in here? – asked Ceannard surprised.
-I’m Oigearan, Sir. I’m just looking for my sister. We were playing outside and I saw her enter the stables and followed her here. I’m sorry if I scared you! Are you scared?
-What? No, I’m not scared! How did you get past the guards? It’s a long way from the stables to this room. Where is your sister? What’s her name?
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. The Man learns about the origin of his enemies. The History of the Creatures of the Dark Time is full of surprises.
Governor Ceannard was sitting quietly at his desk. He was alone in the Study Chamber, the Great Library of the Fortress. It is here where all the ancient and new documents and books were kept safe so that no one would ever forget the past and its suffering.
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. Old stories tell of a Great Fortress in Bhaile. The Governor’s Villa has a huge history behind.
-Sir, we searched the whole town, but we couldn’t find anything! The only two things in common about the murders are that all the victims were found with their throats cut and that at three of them, two unknown kids were seen in the surrounding neighbourhoods. What would you have us do, Sir? – asked the soldier.
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If you want to travel, this is a great destination for a vacation. Here are some tips and tricks about Neptun. Romanian Seaside in Constanta. A must go to location for anyone who is planning a low-cost family vacation. Cheap, clean and quiet sitting with decent service right in front of the Black Sea.
Neptune, or, Neptun as it’s written in Romanian is a resort on the shoreline of the Black Sea. Now, most likely, many of you know that Romania has a coastline, but most of you probably only heard of Mamaia, Costinesti, or Vama Veche when it comes to resorts.
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A Fictional, Nameless Story with a Nameless Hero. The Nameless Man begins his training to be able to fight Evil and its minions.
The man went out of his chamber to look towards Bhaile. It’s been three weeks since he was attacked on the shore of the lake and thus far, those dark clouds that besieged the city then haven’t passed away. By all means, they seem to have gotten even darker and more sinister than before.
-Bhaile is under attack! The Enemy has grown fearful and tries to subdue any potential resistance. Those poor souls don’t stand a chance against the foe that has come upon them.
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If you want to travel, this is a great destination for a vacation. Here are some tips and tricks about Hamburg. Port city in Germany, perfect place to try some fresh fish from the market. Night life, high life, luxury and hipsters, all combine to form an original picture of a unique town.
I’ve always had a certain respect and somewhat of a fascination for German culture. I guess I like functional and well thought through things. Also, I like order, even if I’m a pretty messy person.
This is what I have always been told about Germany and Germans: they are the most well organized of all and they have no sense of humor. Well, that second part is not true! At least judging by my experience in Hamburg.
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