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Zola steps downIt was the dead of night, and most of the lions in the pride were well into their sleep by now. But this was a matter of great importance. Zola had just finished burying her love beside their daughter. She climbed the tallest rock in the lands and let out a loud roar, surely waking up most of the pride. As lions began gathering infront of her, she began her announcement.Zola steps down by YoungLioness
“Good evening, Eastlands pride. I apologize for the disturbance, but something dreadful has happened. Our great king and my love, Abasi, has sadly just passed away. He had been very sick, the same illness you know took our princess Kucheza away some months ago. Anyways, it is with a small glimmer of pride that I step down from my position as queen and pass on all ruling responsibilities to my son, Prince Kukata. Or should I say, King Kukata. He is your new king, and I promise you he will do an excellent job with our great kingdom.” Zola said, looking to her son who stepped up to stand at her side. “He
Beyond the Facade Ch.1 A Special PlaceSo, this fanfiction is in progress and I've posed it on fanfiction.net, and at least a few people seem to enjoy it. I placed it on this account because I don't want too much fan related stuff to choke my main account. So hopefully people will like this fanfic here too.
This follows Mages College and Dawnguard. There will be a pairing sometime down the line with my dragonborn and either Ancano or Gelebor. But I haven't figured out who yet. There will be spoilers if the reader hasn't played through both story lines, so be warned.
Tenebris dropped to her knees, panting heavily. They long run had taken it's toll on her stamina, but all she could afford was a quick breath before she entered the college. Her deep breaths frosted in front of her face as she looked up at the gate. It was imperative that she speak with the arch mage as quick as she could. The dark elf reached around into her pack and rummaged for a stamina potion to down quickly. The she pulled herself to her feet, t
Beyond the Facade Ch.2 Playing NiceTenebris swore the whole way to Fellglow Keep. How the high elf had managed to convince her to go along was completely beyond her. She wasn't one for followers, and she hated tag alongs. They got in the way. And then there were the few that got in the way enough that they happened to end up under her swords.
Her eyes slid to the side a few times to sneak a glance at Ancano, riding beside her. It irritated her how pleased with himself he looked, without actually looking like that. She scowled to herself, and spurred her horse to move faster so that she wasn't neck in neck with the high elf.
Ancano paid little attention to the dark elf to his side, he was more focused on his task. He couldn't question Tolfdir about the finding, or request a report from him, as the old man wasn't back from Saarthal yet. And with the Arch-Mage gone to see the finding there was little else Ancano could do other than breath down students' backs. Following the dark elf allowed him to keep an eye on her, a
Beyond the Facade Ch.3 Research ProjectTenebris walked out of the Arcanaeum with a sigh of relief. Ancano left her with the books once they'd stepped into the hall of elements to look at the orb that had been brought. So she was able to deliver the books without him sneering over her shoulder. She turned and walked towards the main room, where the orb was floating in the middle. Tolfdir was there, she she suspected he'd be.
She walked up behind the old man and tapped him on the shoulder, when he turned to look at her she said, "Urag suggested I come see you." Her tone halfway between business and boredom as she stared past Tolfdir towards the orb.
"Did he now?" A spark of excitement passed through the old man's eyes, "Does he have information about our wonderful discovery?" He asked in an almost hasty fashion, eager to hear what news his student had to offer.
"He mentions the book, "Night of Tears."." The elf said, her tone still set the same way. Her gaze turning back to her teacher's as she spoke.
Tolfdir lifted a han
Beyond the Facade Ch.4 Stand OffAncano drug the struggling dunmer out of the Arch-Mage's quarters as the Psijic member disappeared. He was determined to figure out what had happened. Though to him he didn't see anything, and it seemed the Arch-Mage hadn't seen anything. Though Ancano was positive that something had happened.
As soon as he was sure they had their privacy, he backed her into a corner, hand raised as sparks started jumping from his palm to finger tips. "You will explain what happened." He demanded, glaring down at the dunmer. "The Psijic doesn't come a distance to say they'd made a mistake." He interjected as the dunmer opened her mouth to possibly shoot down his demand as she backed away into the corner, hand on her sword hilt.
"I'm not telling you anything." She hissed at him. She stopped backing away when she felt her heel hit the wall. "The Thalmor hating the Psijic doesn't mean this has anything to do with you. It doesn't and you should stop sticking your nose where it doesn't belong." She gripped
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