Forging Ahead

a passage with in a cave

A figure appeared from behind the cave. It was Tarron, the elderly elf. ‘I fear the Sisters have become too powerful since the overthrow of the Oppressors,’ he said. ‘I’m sorry. This was not foreseen. They are now unwilling to relinquish their control and are intent on preventing you from taking the next step.’

‘They’ve taken Moonsprite.’

Tarron  inclined his head. ‘Fear not. They would never dare harm a unicorn. While your paths must diverge once more, you will be reunited.’

‘The Orb and the Chalice have gone too.’

‘That which is required will be returned, but now you must continue on your own path, Sinead.’ He held out the Prophesy Book.

As she took it, the book fell open at a new final chapter. ‘Forge Ahead’.

‘The Freedom Key is still required and you must find it.’ Tarron pointed to a path. ‘The Deep Mines are close. Now go.’


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24 thoughts on “Forging Ahead

  1. Great story, this. I was loosing a bit track because I’d lost some chapters and forgotten others, and reading it all again made the pieces fall into place. I like the fast pase and how the format is adapted to the blogging medium, it’s a very engaging and comfortable read. Which obviously would not be the same without your exellent writing skills and extraordinary imagination. Keep it up, looking forward to more.

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