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Crowsinger stories

    • 178 posts
    March 18, 2021 6:30 AM PDT

    I saw that benonai did this and it seemed like a good idea, so I wanted to gather my Terminus stories in one place. The first six stories either involve the character Crowsinger, or someone she met. Links to PDFs.

    1. Orphan Druid (5 chapters, ~7,180 words)
    2. Sword of Serengeral (4 chapters, ~12,861 words)
    3. Song of Seret (1 chapter, ~3,084 words)
    4. Craving the Wild (4 chapters, ~13,547 words)
    5. Coldark Kestrel (4 chapters, ~12,627 words)
    6. A Crow of Murders (6 chapters, ~28,186 words)

     

    Stories (so far) taking place in Faerthale:

    * Hunting in Ember (6 chapters, ~17,500 words)

     

    Stories (so far) taking place in Reignfall:

    * Oasis (1 chapter, ~1,530 words)

     


    This post was edited by Crowsinger at July 14, 2021 3:46 PM PDT
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    March 23, 2021 8:48 PM PDT

    Thanks for this, Crow.  Will make it easy for someone just getting into it.

    • 178 posts
    April 13, 2021 7:55 AM PDT

    Now that it's finished, I've added a link to the full PDF of Hunting in Ember.

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    April 13, 2021 1:34 PM PDT

    I just wanted to add a comment of encouragement for you two. I'm appreciative that you're writing these stories. I'm sure I'd enjoy them, and plan to read them after release. (if you ever publish them, you can sign me up for a copy)

    I haven't let myself read any fan fiction yet, but for only 1 reason. I'm trying to learn everything I can about the game, to be ready to play on opening day. I already have to work to accurately remember what I think I know, and periodically make mistakes when trying to recall this or that detail in a forum thread. I'm afraid that if I start reading fiction about Terminus and it's inhabitants, I'll just increase the chance of my having false assumptions about the game, which I'll then try to tell some poor newb who's asking a question about Pantheon LoL.

    If it weren't for this, I'd be reading all the stuff you both write and commenting on your stories in this forum. So, keep up the good work!

    :D

    • 178 posts
    April 14, 2021 11:03 AM PDT

    I've added a link to the PDF of new story "Oasis"

     

    • 178 posts
    May 7, 2021 11:52 AM PDT

    I've set a goal for myself this year that I want to do a lot of drawing and digital painting to try to get better at it. So I've been drawing characters and scenes from these stories.

    I've added a "cover" picture to the PDFs of these stories:

     

    • Song of Seret
    • Coldark Kestrel
    • A Crow of Murders

     

    And I've added three pictures to this PDF:

     

    • Hunting in Ember

     

    All of them are a work in progress.

     


    This post was edited by Crowsinger at May 7, 2021 11:53 AM PDT
    • 11 posts
    July 14, 2021 9:44 AM PDT

    I just finished the 1st chapter of In the Sway of Storms. Just curious if these other stories were in any kind of order. If so, in which order should I read?


    This post was edited by Xanafel at July 14, 2021 9:47 AM PDT
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    July 14, 2021 3:37 PM PDT

    Xanafel said:

    I just finished the 1st chapter of In the Sway of Storms. Just curious if these other stories were in any kind of order. If so, in which order should I read?

    The first six are in the order given, and it does matter because they're connected and early stories affect the later ones. So if you start with Orphan Druid and finish with A Crow of Murders, you're reading them in order. (Though Coldark Kestrel is only connected to the rest because the main character from Song of Seret shows up.)

    Hunting in Ember and Oasis are standalone stories that aren't connected to anything else.

    In the Sway of Storms (which I'm writing now) takes place 500 years ago during the Deicide War, so it's on its own too.

     

    • 212 posts
    August 3, 2021 8:23 AM PDT

    Jothany said:

    I haven't let myself read any fan fiction yet, but for only 1 reason. 

    If it weren't for this, I'd be reading all the stuff you both write and commenting on your stories in this forum. So, keep up the good work!

    :D

     

    Hey Jothany.  From both of us, thank you.  I know your post is older but I just ran across it.  Anyway, I will say now that Crow is tackling some historical lore in In The Sway Of Storms, we have both done a heck of a lot of reading to make sure we are capturing what is known from the lore with as much accuracy as possible.  So, anything that ties to things you'd expect from the lore, kings, timelines, location's you've heard of, should be pretty spot on and could be a fun and engaging way to remember the actual game lore in a more lasting way.  That was part of my goal in writing so far back in the past: to engage myself in the lore so I would remember it.  And hers and my stories often have the historical dates to coincide with what is going on as well.  Give them a shot!

    • 39 posts
    August 4, 2021 8:11 PM PDT

    I'm so glad you did this for my upcoming binge.

    • 178 posts
    August 6, 2021 4:30 AM PDT

    DMHarms said:

    I'm so glad you did this for my upcoming binge.

    Binge away!