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Speranza
Speranza
    In the early sixteenth century, the discovery of the "new world" was still the main topic of interest, particularly the rumored riches. The city-state of Venice, which was once a flourishing power, had been suffering a decline, partly due to a plague that had ravaged the country, yet mainly because of increasing pressure from rival city-states during what would become known as the Italian Wars. In an attempt to curb this, increase their influence, and gain prosperity through rumored gold, the monarchs of Venice hired a group of willing explorers, one among them who was named Cristoforo DeGeusto, to travel to this new land.
    Cristoforo was a typical Italian man, of an average 5'10, with dark brown hair and eyes, an aquiline  nose, and sported a moustache-goatee combo. During his early childhood, he was renowned for his desire to know the world around him, a desire which he kept with him until adulthood. Naturally,
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Literature
Hunters - Prologue Rewritten
The Hunters of Amzen
    Many legends and rumors can be heard if one finds one of  the story-loving tribes of the mountains that separate East and Mid (sometimes called West) Amrac, with one of the most prominent tales being of a small village that bordered Kliffe, the only village to be established by the tribesmen.
    The people who lived there were a hard people, fighting the tough mountains to survive, yet they were also kind, offering the best hospitality to weary travelers. The village grew prosperous as people began to traverse between East and West, so much so that the people began to grow soft.
    Shortly after, people no longer heard news from it, the trading caravans stopped coming from it. Travelers even stopped coming from the East! Eventually, the silence grew to the point where soldiers were sent to discover the reason for the town's isolation, fearing that something horrid befell both the town and t
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Literature
The In-Laws
Day 1
    "Brooke, I still don't understand why I have to come so quickly," Benjamin Kilaham began, speaking to his friend and soon-to-be wife Brooke Slaygon on his cell phone, "It's dark and I can't see a thing in this rain."
    "It's your own fault for missing the plane," Brooke responded, "Besides, the sooner you get here, the sooner you can meet my parents." Ben just grunted in response. Brooke began again, "Anyway, be sure to get here soon; my parents aren't exactly the patient type. Ciao!" With that, she hung up.
    Ben sighed. Just leave it to Brooke to make it seem my fault for missing the plane. In reality, his car had broken down and had required major repairs, delaying his arrival to the airport. Returning his attention to the road, Ben began trying his best to see through the curtains of rain.
    Suddenly, Ben saw a light coming along the road. Squinting, Ben could barely make out two headlig
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Literature
The Madness of Dirk
    Dirk stood surveying the carnage of the battle. Boulders the size of houses were strewn everywhere, boulders of smaller size littered the ground in piles and underneath one of those piles, Dirk knew, the body of a naux warlord lay, freshly defeated in battle by that Elahban. 'I still can't imagine how he could have survived that fall,' Dirk thought to himself, 'Elahbans must be made of stouter stuff than I am.'
    With that, Dirk began to walk around the carnage. They were in North-Amrac, in Rybia and the Rybian Range to be more specific, a short distance away from Rybia's capital, Feydance. As Dirk was observing the landscape, the light gleamed off something.
    Quickly running to the gleam, Dirk found a discarded cutlass of great make lying in the dust. Picking it up, Dirk examined it. It was of good length for a one handed sword, with a slightly curved blade and a metal basket guard on the hilt. The bottom half of the
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Literature
Hunters - Chapter 2
Naux of the North
    Lanthus Krassen br'Tibea, chief of the Tibean Tribe, sat gazing into the camp fire, waiting for the scout to return. He was tall, even for a naux, standing a full 8 feet 6 inches, with firm, compact muscles, giving him a deceivingly thin appearance. His fur, black and dark gray, was dyed in several places a dark green, as custom dictates in the naux tribes. The fur on his wolf-like head was dyed into looking like the Tibean crest; a green trident, known as the Spear of Tibea, with the middle point cutting his head in half, and the other two surrounding his golden eyes. On the right side of his head, a long scar ran down his face, over his eye; a souvenir of his ascension to chief.  His clothes were practically rags; an old tunic which hung from his shoulders loosely, an old rope belt holding up his leather pants, and aged wooden bracers on his forearms. Despite his slim and poor exterior, Lanthus was one of the most feared naux to roa
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Literature
Hunters - Prologue
The Hunters of Amzen
    Kinen Stratsen ran through the woods with light steps; he had just completed another mission. 'And what an easy mission it was,' he thought with a smirk. Stratsen was a thief-for-hire, and self-proclaimed "stealthiest man in Amrac." His latest mission was to procure the military documents of Amzen for its rival country, Kliffe.
    There were four nations in Mid-Amrac at the time, Amzen, the nation located in the forest of the same name, in the southeast, Kliffe, the mountainous nation in the east, Ephasy, the giant port nation in the center and north, and finally, Nagonia, the small, circular nation to the south, whose inhabitants' disappearance some five hundred years age caused the Evil Age, a time of great chaos.
    Kliffe and Amzen have had a history of aggression and hostility ever since the Evil Age ended, and the new national borders were placed. Kliffe felt that it needed more of Amzen's fore
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Literature
The Fall of Tejen
Elahban, the Shadow's bane,
Was a peaceful soul,
Graceful as a crane,
And learned as a scroll.
Until the day he fell.
He was brought against his will
Onto the field of battle.
As he stood upon that hill,
We all gazed with wonder
At he who was without blunder.
Until the day he fell.
On the next day,
He entered our fray,
Golden Sword in hand.
Why, the way he fought, he shook the land!
Until the day he fell.
He gazed at them,
At those called foe,
Without a single trace of woe,
And led us in that bloody war,
Until the day he fell.
Those called friends
Oft follow trends,
Yet always stay strong,
Until the day he fell.
There were five, he made six,
Who fought that fateful day.
Each loyal to the end,
To the Golden Ray.
Until the day he fell.
Fierce Alphzen, clever Kasne,
The first two of the four,
Honest Rin and happy Ten,
Ones whose spirits soar,
Bold Eliv and noble Tejen,
The heroes of the age,
These six together would save the day…
Until the day he fell.
The saddest day, the horrid day
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Personal Quote: Choose your own path, don't let others choose for you.
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  • Listening to: Skilfingr
  • Reading: Unkown, likely will become known soon.
  • Watching: Avatar: The Last Airbender
  • Playing: Guild Wars
  • Eating: Potato Salad
  • Drinking: Passion Fruit Juice
Ah, it's been awhile since I wrote a journal. And in that time, much has happened.

To begin, I've done much, much work on the overall project of The Dragon and the Sword, as well as its sequels and prequels. Little of it, however, had to do with Hunters.

Ah, Zensier. I've done much work on this little werewolf story. I'm fleshing out the characters, and strengthening the plot.

I finally have a name for the protagonist of Okami Kenshi; Maiku. So, his name would be Ukemi Maiku, or Maiku Okemi, depending on whether or not you want it oriental.

ERA has a lot more to it now, as well. I'm considering expanding the range of it in latter books to make it more similar to sci fi like Star Wars, Star Trek, and Mass Effect.

I've decided on making a new comic called "The Rogue Paladin," whose title character is named Aeon of Eir. It's going to be a little comedy series with some references to video games and character classes. However, there's a deep, darker story underneath the light atmosphere.

And finally, in anticipation of the upcoming Guild Wars 2, I will be making a comic with the characters I will create. There'll be references to the original Guild Wars, and it will be as accurate to the game as I can make it.


.......TVTropes is very distracting.

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Paltiel Featured By Owner Mar 8, 2011
Thankee for the point.

Enjoy the llama! ^_^
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theamazinglizard Featured By Owner Mar 6, 2011  Student Digital Artist
thanks for the fav!
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ValentineKills Featured By Owner Dec 11, 2010
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FAV IT

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Also this
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NeutralOmen Featured By Owner Dec 7, 2010
Well, they actually are neither satire NOR parody, so I beg your pardon. A lot of people who simply leech off of recognizability of licensed characters in order to gain popularity CLAIM to be "parodists," but something is only a parody when it falls under the fair use parody criteria in copyright law. A true parody needs to provide some sort of social commentary or mockery of the source material, and the mockery needs to be RELEVANT to the source material. Using licensed characters in unfunny jokes unrelated to the source material is called "unauthorized derivative work."
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ValentineKills Featured By Owner Jul 14, 2010
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THIS is Iceland, see? It should have been Greenland!

...wait, was I having that argument with you?
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ValentineKills Featured By Owner Jun 5, 2010
Because I'm fat, I'm fat, I'm really really FAT!
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ValentineKills Featured By Owner Apr 4, 2010
GIMME A LLAMA BADGE!
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