Jason was sitting in a cell on the ship. He was alone, in grief and his only consolation was that he was still able to hear Shandarro on the link. At least that still worked. He was sitting on the bunk in his breechcloth, they had taken all of his other clothes, and he knew… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon – 2
Chapter 1 It had been five years since the Marn had last been to Embrellon. Skagos had died while leaving the planet. He had destroyed his own ship and troops, rather than return to Marn disgraced, wounded, and maimed. They were an unusual race of beings. They were savage, war-like, and only interested in personal… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon
Rising from the well, the six companions exited the gate and left the cellar. Taking the winding staircase back up to the manor proper, met by Lady McLeod and her husband, James, the six companions related the tale to their host. The adventure had taken four days in the realm of the Gods but a… Continue reading Infinities Gate – 5
Most people I have met believe that God is far off, that His purpose in creation is to punish us; when in all reality, his purpose is to forgive. Christ, God manifested in the flesh, came not that the world should be condemned, but that through ALL would be saved. It brings us to this understanding,… Continue reading Punishment or Forgiveness?
3 Odin, the All-Father of the Norse Gods. Finding him was going to take time. He was known for going about in disguise, as an old man, or a wanderer. Why would he be forcing the time of Ragnarok? The world had long ago left the worship of Asgard and the Gods who resided there.… Continue reading Infinities Gate – III