After leaving my home a few weeks back, I set out to meet my brother Lord Josef in his mighty tower near Hexham Road. I’m here to discuss an urgent matter with him, his only daughter has been kidnapped, and it’s my job to safely bring her home.
"Justin!" cried Josef startled. "What are you doing here?"
“My dear brother!” I exclaimed. “It’s wonderful to see you again.” "I've heard about your daughter, I can't begin to imagine how troubling it must be to know she's in the hands of thieves." "Yes," said Josef, "my dreams have not been pleasant of the late." "But do not fear," I said, "I've come to find her and to bring her home safely."
"Enough talk, we shall discuss this matter," said Josef. "Here I have a map which the thieves dropped when they kidnapped my daughter. I believe it may be a clue as to where they're taking her." "It seems we're in for quite the adventure", exclaimed Josef to himself. "Indeed." I said. "Let this adventure begin."
After discussing important matters with my brother Lord Josef, I set out to find his one and only daughter. Endlessly searching day and night looking for the slightest clue as to where she may be. My eyes are heavy and my body is weak, but I shall not stop. Now caught in the middle of a violent storm, it seems things may be taking a turn for the worse.
Just days ago, I was caught in a horrible thunder storm, almost losing my horse, and my life. I've now hired a young Loreesi man who goes by the name of Roger to act as my guide and take me across the treacherous waters of Lenfald. I've set out on a quest, and I will complete it.
Months back, I set out to find my brother Lord Josef's missing daughter. Having only a map the thieves dropped as they took her away, which showed plans to take her deep into the heart of Lenfald, it somehow has led me to find her. My enthusiastic sidekick Roger is taking out the Lenfel scrum like sitting ducks. "You have declared war!", screamed Roger.
...And we will prevail.
After rescuing Lord Josef’s daughter, Isabel, and returning her safely back to her father, Roger and I are heading back to the Castle of Wedgemore Hills where we reside. But with the war wrapping up, Lenfald and Garheim decide to make one last final stand.
“Fighting for your life can be a cruel thing; one can only hope to not end up in the middle of something bigger then themselves!”, I shouted. “May this not be our last battle, men!”
“For the Glory of Loreos, CHARGE!” And with that the sound of horses’ hoofs beating the earth and the clash of armor was the only thing to be heard in the valleyside.
Wow! It's sure been awhile since I've posted something here on the 'pages. I guess you could say I've gotten more involved with Flickr. But nonetheless I'm here, and I'm posting. These builds are furthering my characters storyline for the LCC, in case your wondering what they are for. Have a great day! :)
A nice knightly story. I think we sometimes do not realize how people lived years ago. I have been reading the Dame Frevisse mysteries sereis by Margaret Frazer and her books are very historically accurate. So, I like stories like this! And it only follows that your builds are wonderful! :)