Author’s note: This is part two of a story I have decided, in the absence of better titling, to call Kronisk versus Kronisk. When last we looked, Corrigwen and Xi had found their way into a monolithic structure that represents the thoughts and feelings of Kronisk. What they do there next is the subject of this part…
If you have not read part one of this story yet, please do so now. This part will make a great deal more sense if you do.
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Author’s note: The following is an attempt to provide an explanation for a proclaimed absence on the part of my main character on World Of Warcraft. Like all of my stories that touch upon World Of Warcraft, it is simply Kronisk‘s mythology explained in a World Of Warcraft setting.
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Author’s note: Following is the third and final part of my latest story detailing adventures shared by my most direct proxy character, Kronisk, and a character fielded by a nice lass I met on World Of Warcraft. If you wish to read the previous parts, you can find part one here and part two here.
In part one, Kronisk and Corrigwen have returned to Kali-Yuga about a month after having a wedding ceremony on Azeroth. It is brought to their attention that the new stock enemy on Kali-Yuga, the Overlanders, have taken to taking long-distance photographs of schoolchildren in the Ursine village. Continue Reading
Author’s note: Following is the second part of my latest story detailing the adventures shared by my most direct proxy character, Kronisk, and one character fielded by a very nice lass I met on World Of Warcraft. If you came to this page via an external link and wish to read the previous part, follow this link.
The executive summary of that part is that Kronisk and Corrigwen have come back to Kali-Yuga about a month or three after having a wedding ceremony on Azeroth. It has been brought to their attention that representatives of the new stock enemy on Kali-Yuga, the Overlanders, have taken to taking long-distance photographs of schoolchildren in the Ursine village. Continue Reading
Author’s note: Following is the first part of the latest story that I have written featuring both my direct proxy character and one of one wonderful lady’s World Of Warcraft characters. As usual, the story is divided into chapters, and will be mapped out with links so as to make it more accessible. As always, if anyone knows a means by which I can convert it to .epub format or similar, give me a yell. But please do not suggest Adobe Acrobat to me. That sluggish, bloated format crashes e-readers like a car on a rollercoaster track.
I did briefly consider changing the order in which I published the stories I wrote during my extended, enforced leave of absence, but then I decided it would just be easier to put things online in the order that they were written. Messing around with things too much can only make life more difficult than it needs to be. Continue Reading
So yes, I managed to fill out about 2600 or more words about my dealings in a computer game that I do not think a whole lot of for various reasons. And now I am going to fill out some more. Do not worry, I am not going to go as much into why I dislike the game or why I bother to play it this time. I am simply going to offer a few reflections concerning what has changed since I last wrote. Continue Reading
Good evening, fans, friends, foes, and so on. Okay, I will knock off the whole Monsterpiece Theatre bullshit from this point and just give it to you straight. I have a lot of trouble with deciding upon titles, character names, place names, you name it. If it needs a name for the reader to identify it by, I have trouble with that. Continue Reading