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Retirement PlansIt was a dark and rainy day. Just about anywhere else the sun would be high in the sky without a cloud in it. Not on Tol Barad, though. On Tol Barad, it was always dark. But it wasn’t just the rain that made it so; the island itself gave off an air of unpleasantness. From the ruined fortress on the main island to the spider infested forest on the peninsula, Tol Barad had one of the most unfriendly atmospheres on all of Azeroth. From the moment you set foot through the portal in either Stormwind, main capital of the Alliance, or Orgrimmar, main capital of the Horde, it was impossible to mistake the dark aura that permeated from the island.Retirement Plans by ~KanteViler
Maximbor, a dwarf shaman, stooped by an oversized spider in the forest on the peninsula. He’d been at it all day, killing spiders and collecting their silk sacks, or whatever they used to create their webs. The dwarf didn’t understand why he couldn’t just collect the webs directly; there were certainly enough webs in the forest
Awakened Dreamers: Conflicting Emotions"I'd like to thank you all for coming here tonight." A vulpine dreamkeeper said, loud enough for everyone to hear. They'd rented an old theatre that few people still used for their yearly meeting. All twenty-three members of A.D. were in attendance. Though, Kazsh noticed, there was an extra chair at his table. No doubt for the former twenty-fourth member, the one who was now all over the news as "Zapbird."Awakened Dreamers: Conflicting Emotions by ~KanteViler
For the hundred-seventeenth time (he actually kept track), Kazsh sighed with regret. He put his head on the table. It was uncomfortable in his suit, but he didn't care. He didn't care about anything. He blamed himself for what happened, and nothing could change that.
"It wasn't your fault." Kazsh turned his head looked up at the bat dreamkeeper sitting next to him with a doubtful look. "I mean it," he continued in a low voice so as not to interrupt the speaker, "none of us would have suspected Kri of capable of such carnage, even if you had warned us."
"That doesn't change the fact t
MLP FiM, Corruption Prolouge: The End"All things must come to an end. Even we Spirits are not forever. Although I will one day leave this world, I can still pass on what I am to the next generation of Spirits."MLP FiM, Corruption Prolouge: The End by ~KanteViler
The rains raged and the winds howled. Lightning tore the sky asunder even as thunder screeched in its wake. Such was the force of the storm that the even mighty oak tree swayed and groaned in protest. The storm seemed annoyed by the lowly tree's objections. A bolt of lighting struck a large fir tree, felling it before the oak. The message in the strike was clear; the storm would not be deterred from its path. Until its fury was fully sated, nothing was safe-
-A fact that completely flew over the head of the young filly taking shelter in a small pocket among the roots of the oak. Any other pony would be afraid for her life, but not this young pegasus. She watched in fascination as the storm's anger destroyed a tree nearly the same size as the one she was under.
"This is awesome! I knew running away in