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CL_Event 1 Quest 1_KhadromaThe dry air froze within her lungs making it difficult to breathe. Above, cruel flakes of white began to fall out of season, layering the ground with a white film of death. Ashen clouds had clumped together overhead giving off a depressing atmosphere that sank into one’s bones.This frigid air pressed down on the band of weary fighters as they gathered together in a confused cluster. Arkhamia glanced about the area in the same confused worry that mirrored the faces of the Chess Tournament participants around her. It was obvious from the sudden increase in bodies that there weren’t just the participants, but, their friends and family as well.Eyebrows knitting into a worried knot, Arkhamia crossed her arms over her chest as she dissuaded the idea that anything had happened to her family just because they weren’t there. They were probably too busy back in Khadroma with their duties and whatnot. Yes, yes, that was the most obvious answer.As the redhead attempted
In the Name of the NamelessRusted drops,Round and thick.Fell from above,As blood red ink.Screaming were they who met their demise,Screeching they did till the life left their eyes. Despairing were those as they cry:"I don't want to die! I don't want to die!"A woman lay splayed across cobblestone, staring up at the red and blue canvas above. Her lips hung open, white, dry and cracked with blood trickling from each little rip. Her eyes rolled back in her head, chin tilted towards the heavens in a silent scream. Pain, etched into the greenish blue veins that popped under her eyes.One hand rested beside her head,Twitching, squirming as if undead.Limp was the other that lay,Curled and clammy several feet away.Speaking of feet,Hers were twisted.Her legs were shredded,Like strips of meat.Bones protruded from her flesh while roses blossomed against her skin, dyeing her clothes a crimson hue. The world around her was cruel yet so beautiful. A horrible incongruency that had yet to make sense t