mushra210

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      11 years ago

      mushra210

      sorry i have not been on this account in a while. i have had a bad case of writers block and so i have something about the last chapter i want to tell you guys. ok the last chapter, it is going to be told from different points of view (so like it will be told from Telmacs view, then it will be told from Sages point of view, etc.) so again i am so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so so sorry for making you guys wait. you guys are awesome!!!!!!!

      --mike--

    • Ch. 12

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      once again i am terribly sorry for the big delay, but here it is

      The next day, Telmac was in his war tent discussing battle plans, when he heard a horn blow. Telmac stiffened. This horn blow was not his, yet it sounded familiar...
      Telmac ran outside. He saw a banner bearing the White Tilus Tree: The elves had come to join Telmac.
      Telmac walked up to the leader of the elven army and gripped arms with the elf.
      "Palanthas, my old friend," Telmac said. Palanthas replied with a grin.
      "Telmac, it has been to long, old friend," Palanthas said. "The dwarves show up yet?"
      "No they have not."
      "Telmac, you should know that we met your evil half," Palanthas said.
      "And did you stop him?" Telmac asked
      "We have, but not for long."
      "What did you do?" Telmac asked
      "We sealed him in a boulder, thats why it took so long for us to get here. He put up quite a fight," Palanthas said.
      Just then, the dwarves showed up. Santos came up panting heavilyhis army right behind him, also panting; which made Telmac think that they ran here. Telmac laughed (for dwarves are not good sprinters), and saluted the old dwarf.
      "Good.....i'm.......on time......." panted Santos, grinning at his two best friends.
      "Santos," Telmac said, "the war is in 3 days."
      "WHAT?!" roard Santos, "i made my men run for NOTHING?!"
      "I'm afraid so," Panthalas muttered
      "How about this, you and your men fight first," Telmac proposed, which made Santos grin greedily. dwarves love to start fights (even if its amongst themselves).
      Santos was about to answer when he saw Saku. with a roar, he grabbed his axe and charged but Telmac stopped him.
      "Easy Santos. She's on our side," Telmac said
      "Well why didn't you say so?" complained the old dwarf. he then limped off to his men.
      "Palanthas, will you have your men train and come meet me in the war tent? and tell Santos the same?" Telmac asked
      "I will, old friend," Palanthas said and departed.
      Telmac looked in the direction of Sage's camp Soon Sage, soon.

    • Ch. 12 preveiw

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      sorry guys, i had a really bad case of writers block and so that is the reason that this is late

      The next day, Telmac was in his war tent discussing battle plans, when he heard a horn blow. Telmac stiffened. This horn blow was not his, yet it sounded familiar...
      Telmac ran outside. He saw a banner bearing the White Tilus Tree: The elves had come to join Telmac.
      Telmac walked up to the leader of the elven army and gripped arms with the elf.
      "Palanthas, my old friend," Telmac said. Palanthas replied with a grin.
      "Telmac, it has been to long, old friend," Palanthas said. "The dwarves show up yet?"
      "No they have not."
      "Telmac, you should know that we met your evil half," Palanthas said.
      "And did you stop him?" Telmac asked
      "We have, but not for long."

    • Ch. 11

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      Saku rode back to Sage's camp. She saw Sage, who beckoned to her to follow him into his tent. Saku got off her horse and did so.
      When they entered his tent, Sage turned to Saku and asked, "Where did you go?" in a demanding manner.
      "I went to go hunt for some food," Saku lied.
      Sage shook his head chuckling, "Saku, don't try lying to me. I know full well you went to talk to Telmac. What did you two talk about?" he asked, sounding pissed off.
      Saku deliberated, wondering whether she should lie or not. Finally, she decided to tell the truth...........or a bit of it.
      "I tried to talk him out of going through with the war," she said.
      "Ahhh.................you love him don't you?" Sage asked coldly.
      "No I don't," Saku lied.
      "Then why warn him?" Sage asked.
      Saku's heart missed a beat, "Just to see what he'd do."
      Sages eyes seemed to burrow into Saku's eyes, as if trying to detect any lie in them. Obviously he did, for he glared at her and grumbled, "Well you need to choose a side to fight beside," and pointed her out of his tent.
      Saku went to her tent. What should I do? she thought. Will Telmac let me in?
      She decided to leave. she headed straight for the stable. her horse saw her and realized something was wrong.
      "Kele akwa heem," she spoke in hylain to her horse. her horse settled down immediately.
      She then mounted her horse and departed.

      Telmac was in his tent pacing. He had sent some of his scouts to tally the enemies strength.
      Just then he heard galloping to his tent. Telmac walked out and saw Saku getting off her horse. behind her, the sky was red. this sent a chill up Telmacs spine. red skies always meant bad news.
      Saku saw Telmacs worried look, "Whats wrong?"
      "The sky."
      Saku looked back and said, "What about it?"
      "Red sky equals bad news for Hylains," he said. "what are you doing here?"
      "Sage was a little rude to me," she said, "so i have come to fight with you."
      He nodded. "Do you need help with your tent?"
      "No but thanks," she said. she kissed hem on the cheeck and went to set up her tent.
      It was that night, as Telmac was lying in bed, that it happened.
      He had heard distant roars. these were not the roars of giants or seragoths. these were the roars of dragons.
      Telmac shuddered. his scouts had told him that Sage had numbers that outnumbered his own. if Sage decided to attack now, Telmac doubted he and his men would last the night.

    • Ch. 11 preview

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      Saku rode back to Sage's camp. She saw Sage, who beckoned to her to follow him into his tent. Saku got off her horse and did so.
      When they entered his tent, Sage turned to Saku and asked, "Where did you go?" in a demanding manner.
      "I went to go hunt for some food," Saku lied.
      Sage shook his head chuckling, "Saku, don't try lying to me. I know full well you went to talk to Telmac. What did you two talk about?" he asked, sounding pissed off.
      Saku deliberated, wondering whether she should lie or not. Finally, she decided to tell the truth...........or a bit of it.
      "I tried to talk him out of going through with the war," she said.
      "Ahhh.................you love him don't you?" Sage asked coldly.
      "No I don't," Saku lied.
      "Then why warn him?" Sage asked.
      Saku's heart missed a beat, "Just to see what he'd do."
      Sages eyes seemed to burrow into Saku's eyes, as if trying to detect any lie in them. Obviously he did, for he glared at her and grumbled, "Well you need to choose a side to fight beside," and pointed her out of his tent.

    • Next Chapter

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      hey guys Ch. 11 is done!!!! w00t w00t!! um yeah now i have to look over it and all that junk. should be up really soon!

    • Ch. 10

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      Sage and his army were pitching their tents in a clear field. Telmac had caught him by suprise. Sage realized that he had done the wrong thing to get Telmac's attention. He regretted his decision, for almost half of his army was wiped out by Telmac himself.
      Just then, as Sage was finishing putting up his tent, there was a squawk. He turned and saw a messenger hawk. He approached the hawk and took the message off its leg. Sage read the letter aloud. It read:
      Sage, you have committed an act of war. The war will happen in two weeks. On the battlefield, i suggest that you watch your back, because i will be carving it. -Telmac
      When he had finished, everyone started to shift uncomfortably, some dropping their tents. Saku glanced around, then entered her tent. She left her tent, said to Sage, "I'll be back," then got up on her horse and departed.

      Telmac was out by the armory, sharpening his sword. Sage had pissed him off to the point where he wished the worse for him.
      Just then, one of Carcurus's fighters came up to him.
      "Sir! you are needed in your tent sir!" he said, and he lead the way to Telmacs tent.
      Telmac entered, and he saw a hooded figure facing him. He could not see the face, for the hood was casting a shadow over the person's face, but he could tell that the figure was a woman.
      She spoke, with a voice that was suprisingly familiar.
      "Telmac, I need to counsel with you, " she said, taking a step toward him.
      "I thought that when you said you wouldn't speak to me, that you meant it," he replied.
      The figure removed her hood. "Telmac, please!" Saku pleaded, "I ask you to see reason! If you continue this, Sage will-"
      "Look, you told me---"
      "Ever since then, I have regretted it. Remember that day, in the meadow? Do you remember what we said to each other?" Saku asked.
      "Yes I do. We said that we would rather die than see the other get hurt," said Telmac.
      "Do you remember what I did then?" she asked staring into Telmacs eyes.
      "No," Telmac replied.
      Saku raised her right hand, showing him her ring finger. On that finger, Telmac saw a ring of her hair on her finger.
      "I told you that as long as this ring was on my finger, I would never stop loving you. It has never lef this finger," she said.
      "So you have never stopped loving me, I thought you had," Telmac said.
      "No, never," she replied. "but please Telmac, don't go through with this!" she pleaded.
      She waited for him to speak. When he didn't, She hugged him and said, "Please Telmac, I don't want to loose you."
      "you won't loose me Saku," Telmac replied. "I will still go through with the war."
      "Will this change your mind?" Saku asked, then she and Telmac were kissing each other.
      Then a few minutes later, they broke apart. Saku gave Telmac a pleading look, said, "Please Telmac, don't make me betray my kind. I love my fellow vampires, but I love you more."
      And with that, she left.

    • Ch. 10

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      Sage and his army were pitching their tents in a clear field. Telmac had caught him by suprise. Sage realized that he had done the wrong thing to get Telmac's attention. He regretted his decision, for almost half of his army was wiped out by Telmac himself.
      Just then, as Sage was finishing putting up his tent, there was a squawk. He turned and saw a messenger hawk. He approached the hawk and took the message off its leg. Sage read the letter aloud. It read:
      Sage, you have committed an act of war. The war will happen in two weeks. On the battlefield, i suggest that you watch your back, because i will be carving it. -Telmac
      When he had finished, everyone started to shift uncomfortably, some dropping their tents. Saku glanced around, then entered her tent. She left her tent, said to Sage, "I'll be back," then got up on her horse and departed.

      Telmac was out by the armory, sharpening his sword. Sage had pissed him off to the point where he wished the worse for him.
      Just then, one of Carcurus's fighters came up to him.
      "Sir! you are needed in your tent sir!" he said, and he lead the way to Telmacs tent.
      Telmac entered, and he saw a hooded figure facing him. He could not see the face, for the hood was casting a shadow over the person's face, but he could tell that the figure was a woman.
      She spoke, with a voice that was suprisingly familiar.
      "Telmac, I need to counsel with you, " she said, taking a step toward him.
      "I thought that when you said you wouldn't speak to me, that you meant it," he replied.
      The figure removed her hood. "Telmac, please!" Saku pleaded, "I ask you to see reason! If you continue this, Sage will-"
      "Look, you told me---"
      "Ever since then, I have regretted it. Remember that day, in the meadow? Do you remember what we said to each other?" Saku asked.
      "Yes I do. We said that we would rather die than see the other get hurt," said Telmac.
      "Do you remember what I did then?" she asked staring into Telmacs eyes.
      "No," Telmac replied.
      Saku raised her right hand, showing him her ring finger. On that finger, Telmac saw a ring of her hair on her finger.
      "I told you that as long as this ring was on my finger, I would never stop loving you. It has never lef this finger," she said.
      "So you have never stopped loving me, I thought you had," Telmac said.
      "No, never," she replied. "but please Telmac, don't go through with this!" she pleaded.
      She waited for him to speak. When he didn't, She hugged him and said, "Please Telmac, I don't want to loose you."
      "you won't loose me Saku," Telmac replied. "I will still go through with the war."
      "Will this change your mind?" Saku asked, then she and Telmac were kissing each other.
      Then a few minutes later, they broke apart. Saku gave Telmac a pleading look, said, "Please Telmac, don't make me betray my kind. I love my fellow vampires, but I love you more."
      And with that, she left.

    • Ch. 10 preview

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      sorry it took me a while to post this up but, here it is.

      Sage and his army were pitching their tents in a clear field. Telmac had caught him by suprise. Sage realized that he had done the wrong thing to get Telmac's attention. He regretted his decision, for almost half of his army was wiped out by Telmac himself.
      Just then, as Sage was finishing putting up his tent, there was a squawk. He turned and saw a messenger hawk. He approached the hawk and took the message off its leg. Sage read the letter aloud. It read:
      Sage, you have committed an act of war. The war will happen in two weeks. On the battlefield, i suggest that you watch your back, because i will be carving it. -Telmac
      When he had finished, everyone started to shift uncomfortably, some dropping their tents. Saku glanced around, then entered her tent. She left her tent, said to Sage, "I'll be back," then got up on her horse and departed

    • Ch.9!!!!!!!!! FINALY!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!

      11 years ago

      mushra210

      Telmac was stunned. there's no way that the Hylains were gone. He had to find out for himself.
      He rode out at full speed with his commanders behind him. Fear had struck Telmacs heart. if what Penelo's scout said is true then.....
      He reached the Hylain city, or what was left of it. All the buildings were destroyed, the homes burned down and shops demolished. Even the Temple was destroyed and there were bodies everywhere.
      He rode to where his house stood. there, full of arrows, was his son. and not too far off, his wife's body with a slit throat.
      Tears streamed down Telmac's face as he got off his horse and pulled the arrows out of his son. All of a sudden, the earth started to shake, as Telmac's eyes turn white.
      "EVERYONE GET OUT OF HERE!!!" Carcurus cried, for he knew anything caught in Telmacs rage was as good as gone.
      Then a wave came and hit the commanders and knocked them away. then the ground split apart right where thay were standing. Then as the earth started to shake harder, fire leapt from the cracks in the earth.
      Then there was a deep rumble that came from the flames.
      "SAGE!!!! THIS TIME I WILL NOT SHOW MERCY!!!" then he was up on his horse and was gone.
      Telmac rode to Sage's lair. two Seragoths stood guard outside. the saw Telmac and ran at him, making the earth quake. Telmac rode underneath one of the Seragoths and sliced its tail off with one blow.
      The Seragoth stumbled forward. with its weak point cut off, it could barely move. with the strength it had left, it swung its axe at Telmac and almost killed Telmac. then the Seragoth fell forward, knocking the other Seragoth down.
      Then the other Seragoth got up. it saw that Telmac was ready for it, and it launched itself at him.
      Telmac turned his sword so that the point of the blade was facing the Seragoth and hurled it. As the sword flew through the air, the blade turned black. then, it pierced the Seragoth's heart.
      Dazed, but not out, the Seragoth pulled the blade out and threw it at Telmac. Telmac caught it and was hit by a shockwave from the Seragoths mace. As he got up he realized that this Seragoth was not even phased by this wound.
      He ran at the Seragoth and circled around it and struck the tail. the Seragoth fell to the earth, ripping up trees. He marched inside.
      The troops inside were running around shouting orders to each other. Telmac ran, killing all in his path. then he came to a heavily guarded door. the men guarding it ran at Telmac, but Telmac merely glanced at them, and they disentegrated. He then kicked the door down and walked in.
      "And here he is!" Sage said.
      "Enough talk. Who killed my family?" Telmac demanded.
      "Do you really need to ask that question?" Sage asked.
      Then Telmac struck quickly. Sage had ordered his commanders to leave as he blocked. Then Sage did a forward thrust and Telmac did a front flip onto his sword and stabbed Sage in the shoulder and leapt off. Sage ran for his life, taking his army with him. Then Telmac walked out.
      “Get everyone ready. We’re going to have a war on our hands,†he told his commanders

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