A small little villages midst the beautiful lush forest, a dilidan by the name of Scott aided the chief in managing village trades and exploration. He was young and adventurous, one day his travels led him to the ruins of the village lyrda from the Great Vulcanic episode a few years ago.
As if things couldn't get much worse, I was abducted from my ship by vikings over a pot of gold I perhaps -- did steal -- for the ever monstrous Dalic king. Stealing from the east vikings is far worse than say the pirates of the south strangley enough.
In a time of crisis we should always be united... because we are all human and humanity is one.
It's been 3 years since we last looked in on Henry, from what we last know he made landfall with the others. What did Henry move on to do... well let's have a look.
Thee Thnee was a small town of - goofy: bipedal: clicking furries, homely and inviting they wern't when I walked through the wardrobe door. This world was unlike our own it was animated, there was a bakery pumping delicous smells, a grocer full of goods and furries. Down the way some was about 20 or so houses all different colors and shapes.
Then he saw something in the distance, or rather someone. It was the figure of Daniel Parker. Daniel was a patient teacher with fat warts and pointy fingers.
I simply followed hoping it would be painless, at the middle fire I counted heads there was only a half dozen of us, "Alright campers, this is Anna she will be camping with you," the man introduced me.
The Traveler was a mysterious man, he wore a black fitted suit for his slim-thicc build, a red tie fastened around his neck, finnaly a black tophat upon his round head, his face starkly similar to a coffin wearing round metal-framed glasses.
Pa and I sat in his home office, on the desk before us he placed a box. It was dark with an infinity symbol on the top, he took an eye key and inserted it. Clicking followed then it popped open to reveal a ring and a piece of paper, first he explain what the paper stated.
Spirit Hawk was brave and wise, today he's honored and commemorated. This is his story...