Party Of Five: Artie, Part 5 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Artie watched the team – although he hesitated to title it thus, they were more like a collective of people without balance, organisation, or leadership. They stood, arguing in the forest, nobody able to decide which way to go. Artie shifted on his tree branch. The mage with an ice stave glanced around as the … Continue reading Party Of Five: Artie, Part 5 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Party Of Five: Reiley, Part 3 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Reiley nodded “Absolutely, can do, no problem” She took the down payment and watched the Duke leave the inn’s tavern, grinning crookedly at the sheer volume of guards that went with him. “Now…” Reiley mused “if only I had a mage or two for long ranged attack” “Couldn’t help but overhear” Reiley turned to face … Continue reading Party Of Five: Reiley, Part 3 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Party Of Five: Marian, Part 2 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Marian had heard it a thousand times before “Mages are ranged attackers”. Even so, when she found a stave with a blade on the end she was drawn to it. She’d never been particularly interested in the how’s and why’s of materials and crafting even in the magical properties of certain materials. She knew it … Continue reading Party Of Five: Marian, Part 2 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Party Of Five: Sorrel, Part 1 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek

Sorrel rammed his stave into the ground by the lake, freezing a bridge of ice to cross. He knew he could have wandered down and found a natural crossing point like a fallen tree or shallow patch of water but he didn’t relish the thought of getting his boots wet again. In actuality, he could … Continue reading Party Of Five: Sorrel, Part 1 – Short Story #nationalstorytellingweek