Consider the bandwagon likewise jumped on
It seems the hiatus has brought both new readers and new writers out of the woodwork. I have to wonder how structurally sound the woodwork still is, at this point. Well, not to be outdone, I'm adding my own bit of fiction here. It's based on EverQuest 2, but that would make itself known further into the story, though I do try to explain things for non-gamers.
Anyway, critique is welcome and there is more of this available if I capture anyone's interest.
Just one more wing. Then I can be done with this accursed task.
Onash Shadowkin pressed the dagger against the base of the fairy's wing, recalling his Assassin's training. With a simple flick of the wrist, he deftly seperated the wing from the body.
It split cleanly down the center.
He growled wordlessly and dropped the dagger, rubbing the back of his hand across his eyes. The tiny body turned to dust in his lap and he sighed heavily. Focus, Gods take you! Yet he knew he could not. Each time he tried to concentrate his mind drifted back to the more pressing problem. One of his own making. She is a strong woman. She will understand.