Written By Rosalind
Oct. 23, 2021, 8:27 p.m.(6/9/1016 AR)
Written By Natasha
Oct. 23, 2021, 7:21 p.m.(6/9/1016 AR)
There will always be problems that require solving, but the challenge in reaching those options and solutions provides its own, albeit intangible rewards. Like any worthy blade, the mind is only as sharp as how regularly it is applied against a whetstone.
Written By Valencia
Oct. 23, 2021, 3:02 p.m.(6/8/1016 AR)
Some say it is a mere bout of forgetfulness or the antics of one of our numerous pets made more curious with the coming Eclipse. Others suggest it is more imagination out of fear, habit or a love mysterious happenings. People putting more meaning into simple events that would not normally turn head and made all the more poignant as others take up the tale and spin more mystery about it. Some whisper of darker meanings.
There is part of me that is happy that I never had apartments there, though I often feel apart from my family. But I digress.
For me, I cannot say what this is about. Though, this is Avrum and Arx and so who knows what is happening. All I wish is that my family and those who reside there have safe passage to the other side of the Eclipse of Mirrors.
Of course, for any who may be particularly worried about such things, my Hart is happily warm, safe and open to those who may wish to shelter there during the duration of these unexplained events.
I'm sure more will be revealed. To be true, however, I hope it is more playful pranks than activities of a more sinister nature.
Written By Denica
Oct. 23, 2021, 2:38 p.m.(6/8/1016 AR)
Written By Erik
Oct. 23, 2021, 12:17 p.m.(6/8/1016 AR)
Nearly five years. Four and four months. It felt like longer, and I am exhausted. There is too much to catch up on even as my mind, so long ago, struggles to consider what I used to think so important. A different page? A different chapter.
Perhaps even a whole different book.
Written By Gwenna
Oct. 23, 2021, 7:21 a.m.(6/8/1016 AR)
Written By Mabelle
Oct. 23, 2021, 1:49 a.m.(6/7/1016 AR)
So much to do! So much requiring my attention and yet on top of it, some private surprises.
I look forward for what's to come. Well some of it.
Written By Temira
Oct. 22, 2021, 8:58 p.m.(6/7/1016 AR)
Written By Thea
Oct. 22, 2021, 6:40 p.m.(6/7/1016 AR)
Written By Breccan
Oct. 22, 2021, 2:42 p.m.(6/6/1016 AR)
Written By Grady
Oct. 21, 2021, 9:47 p.m.(6/5/1016 AR)
Just among those who were there, I can't think but that the Archlector's sermon will spark untold discussion. If it were to be more widely distributed, I should think that it would get a great many more people talking, and more importantly thinking about the ways which their behavior changes the world.
Written By Giada
Oct. 21, 2021, 6:27 p.m.(6/5/1016 AR)
Written By Ida
Oct. 21, 2021, 6:17 p.m.(6/5/1016 AR)
Written By Simone
Oct. 21, 2021, 12:23 p.m.(6/4/1016 AR)
Since returning to Arx I have considered who I wish to spend my time with while staying in the Capital. While family is important, I also with to branch out and create further alliances with those I may offer my talents to. I wish to further my diplomatic work, and strengthen ties between prodigal houses and the Faith. There are so many things I would enjoy, though I think I would enjoy them more doing them with others.
I have found having a patron to be fulfilling in the past and now that I have returned I wish to find someone who I can aide just as much as they can support. Someone who understands and yet holds me to as high of a standard as I hold myself. Applications are being taken.
M. Simone Greenmarch
Written By Simone
Oct. 21, 2021, 12:05 a.m.(6/3/1016 AR)
I have found myself once more within the beautiful capital, having taken a moment to return home to do a bit of research on this and that. While sometimes such leads to new questions rather than answering the old, it only means that there is more to focus on and a wider variety of paths to explore. It means that there are opportunities and one should never shy from such things. I find that I look forward to taking these paths to wherever they may lead, and hopefully they start new ones at their finish.
In the mean time I look forward to catching up with friends and family, meeting new people to cause trouble with, and sharing as many stories over a strong glass of poor decisions.
M. Simone Greenmarch
Written By Haakon
Oct. 20, 2021, 6:46 p.m.(6/3/1016 AR)
Any crime dire enough to deserve exile forever is dire enough to just kill the bleeder outright.
Yet some few among us are stricken with wanderlust, every generation. I learned no so long past that one such band of exiles had dared the Wide Sea, and reached the far shore alive, where some few had fought a shield duel to the interest and amusement of some Eurusi, afore they ventured further east, never to return.
Mayhap it were a merry show of skill for the foreigners, or mayhap after weeks or months at sea, two warriors were sick of the other's face, I know not, but an Eswynd longship crossed the Wide Sea, once. I often wonder what became of them.
Written By Sydney
Oct. 20, 2021, 12:31 a.m.(6/1/1016 AR)
There is nothing like taking ill to make you miss those that tended to you as a child - my father had his flaws, but he always did seem at his best when I was at my worst, for there was no longer any choice but to at least make an effort. I still can't make porridge quite the same way he did - or maybe my tastes have changed, or perhaps my memories of it, but I will cherish the memory of feeling vulnerable, but safe. Of feeling sick, but nurtured.
They're fleeting, those moments, like ripples in a still pond.
Eventually, you forget to poke at them, and they vanish to nothing.
I'd like to keep these. As long as I can.
Written By Sonnet
Oct. 19, 2021, 10:23 p.m.(6/1/1016 AR)
-oh that's really funny, so the story goes-
[The scholar makes a notation that guards from the Nox'alfar Embassay arrived and wordlessly baited Sonnet from the room. The penmanship is shaky and there's a small phrase written after his intials: 'Never again.']
Written By Lisebet
Oct. 19, 2021, 6:25 p.m.(6/1/1016 AR)
Written By Caprice
Oct. 19, 2021, 5:14 p.m.(6/1/1016 AR)
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