Remnant: Book of Xiandol Chapter 6 Carlyle had arisen early once again that morning, that time being to retrieve horses from the stable just outside the walls of the city. As he guided the pair of them back by the long sets of reins, their fresh horseshoes clopped loudly against the paved stone roads. KensleyContinue reading “Rallig”
Remnant: Book of Xiandol Chapter 5 The Sing Mountains stretched almost the entirety of the land of Callia, from the icy north sea to the humid forest of the south. The craggy range and rough foothills were of little interest to the Kingdom, nor the people living within it. Though iron of good quality wasContinue reading “The Mountain’s Bounty”
Remnant: Book Of Xiandol Chapter 4 Carlyle was the first to awake that morning. The cold hung upon the air like a wet garment. Over his thin trousers, he pulled over the long wool smock and a pair of thick, leather shoes. Outside the cracks in the wood paneling of the building, he could spotContinue reading “A Dull Edge”
Remnant: Book of Xiandol Chapter 2
At the opposite side of Xiandolia, far at the edge above the rough, cold waters of the sea below, stood the house Weisen, the sanctum of the Magi. For as long as anyone could remember, there lived families and groups of such magically apt people across the land. The magi were those who were able to conjure powers from inside themselves; the elemental magics of fire, ice, or earth, or perhaps twist the forces of their own being into others, animate or otherwise. In the land of Xiandol, these Magi had long been kept near the seat of the kingdom. In the spread of King Halmalch’s power, it is said that certain bloodlines came to join his forces, while others were banished or erased for their desire to keep the land fractured.
Remnant: Book of Xiandol Chapter 1 Inside the rocky walls of Xiandolia, the strength of the land was honed and focused. While no major conflict had befallen the vast kingdom in many years, the forces were still held at the ready. From the settlements about the land, young men coming of age were often takenContinue reading “The Enforcer”