A poem about a role-playing character, the assassin Silver.
Melting into shadows, serving Death and gold
Taking countless lives, they are easily sold
No one without fault, all deserving theirs
One cannot escape, when Silver he draws near
You might try resisting, although it will not help
When fighting a man, the lover of Death itself
A poem about a role-playing character, the paladin Marzynn.
Being raised in a community, wherein all share their thoughts
A sense of righteousness and honor, what misery it brought
Fleeing above the ground, to live a life in peace
He soon found a woman, to whom to give his leash
Life’s a battle never won, even for the fair and kind
The peace could not persist, not for a flayer of minds
Another poem about the second of my major role-playing characters, the archmage Bhaerau Spellvein.
Fate found in the forest, a lifetime long past
We danced a battle fierce, one ended pretty fast
You came to my town, took it all by storm
Oh lovely lady, true love it was born
Tell me what I need to know, how we moved apart
I am white and you are black, oh queen of my heart
A poem about the second of my major role-playing characters, the archmage Bhaerau Spellvein.
A flow of many memories, they’re disintegrating all
Even though I try, they break down my mental wall
Who are you shadows, plotting my descend
I never asked for this, for you to me attend
Now I don’t crave for power, I only lust for clarity
And then I’ll find and kill you all, you masters of conspiracy