Torgo (Part 3)

The Witch Queen normally used powerful illusions to project herself as a young, vibrant, and excruciatingly beautiful woman. This was because she wanted on general principle to be viewed with either desire or envy as it more easily enabled her to manipulate the mortals she had regular interactions with. Her most powerful illusion was one … Continue reading Torgo (Part 3)

Torgo (Part 2)

The fact that Torgo didn't have any satisfiable answers to any of the inquiries being made by his tormentors did not in any meaningful way deter them from their grisly duty. The Harbingers that had brought him to this festering dungeon had long ago departed to resume their patrols. Now it was the duty of … Continue reading Torgo (Part 2)

The Champion

Garstynnia the night hag entered the private chambers of Lord Verrat and as the doors closed behind her as if by an unseen force, she surveyed the scene before her. Lord Verrat himself sat in a high-backed dark oak chair with his foot up on a stool so that one of his servants could polish … Continue reading The Champion

Help Wanted

The captain of the three-masted sohar stepped carefully, almost methodically down the gangplank to the dock. His name was Divo Zucco, and he had named his ship "The Sea Hag" in recognition of the terror that his late mother-in-law had instilled in him. Captain Zucco took a few minutes to adjust to the solid ground … Continue reading Help Wanted

Opal-Palooza (Part 2)

Shr Augustin Shadefiend and his three personal guards walked purposefully yet warily to Bortimer and Grogdahl's table. Shr Augustin was not altogether comfortable with this kind of thing but when his grandfather had given him the task it wasn't phrased in the form of a suggestion. He nodded at Bortimer and cast a quick glance … Continue reading Opal-Palooza (Part 2)