Chapter XVI Coronation Pyre Penelophine’s grotto was by no means the only victim of the Dual-Walker’s catastrophic attack. The damage was not limited to the vast forest of Veretna, nor to the larger island of Volbog upon which that forest sat. The planar barges of the Dual-Walkers had positioned […]
Typically, in Highlighted M:EMories, we look at the stories that have been posted here. Sometimes, it is a poem, or a piece of artwork, or even the occasional dossier. But this week, we have a truly rare treat for you!
That is because this week, we will be reM:EMbering a special supplemental cardset called: Jakkard: Wild Cards, by chinkeeyong.
Chapter XV Sifting Through Ashes The horrible, sickening sound finally seemed to stop. There was still a sort of gentle hiss from without, but the sounds of Armageddon themselves had finally, mercifully, died down. The only other noise they could now hear was the regular and rhythmic sound of […]
Monday has returned, and with it, the M:EMories of the distant past!
This week’s Highlighted M:EMory is: “In the Palace of the Emperor,” by Tevish Szat.
Chapter XIV Conscripts’ Conclave Far across the nearly impenetrable æther, located innumerable existences away from Arbagoth and her unthinkable devastation, other planes were suffering by the same hands that laid the forest plane to waste. War had descended on the Wheel, and on the planes of Lefkos, Kokkinos and […]
Hello, everyone! The new week is here, and with it, a new Highlighted M:EMory!
This week, we will be looking at “The Disappearing Act,” by OrcishLibrarian.
Chapter XIII To Set the World on Fire Antine had many fears, but he had never been as afraid in his life as he was now. Usually, when Antine found himself afraid of something, he would initially run for his life until he regained his faculties, and when he […]
Chapter XII Mutual Acquaintances Daneera was exhausted. It had been quite a while since she had been forced to walk such a distance on her own two feet, rather than through the endless æther, but it was less the actual walk that tired her than her constant scanning of […]
Chapter XI A Bird in the Hand From the endless, numbing expanse of the Blind Eternities, the Dual-Walkers stepped into an endless, frigid night. The cold was instantly oppressive, and neither Syl nor Chardis were dressed for winter travel. In a bygone age, concerns such as temperature would have […]
Chapter X A Pharaoh to Arms The sun was young in the clear morning sky, its golden fire spreading like the dirt of a grave over the Brambleshale forest. Brambleshale trees were a curiosity, thick but malleable, with the appearance of volcanic glass but the elasticity of the healthiest […]