A very short tale of a fiendish carnivore upon an asteroid careening into a green sun.

Identity

Theft

An allegorical tale about what it's like dealing with depression and self-hatred.

EXTERNAL DEBATE

When a hydra has an argument among its separate heads. Some may be able to relate, as often too many voices can lead to indecision.

The Lone Wolf and the Moon

A 500~ word tale of  the night, loneliness, and a complicated friendship.

Litany

of

Friendship

When you meet someone who is the perfect friend. Who is always willing to seek adventures!

Post-Mortem Dream

What potentially waits after death.

Set in the same world as The Baron's Journal, this short tale is a dark kaleidoscope of somber nightmares. Inspired by the album "Clavitasian Threshold" by Moth Tower.

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"One such Spark, but a mere fraction of Order, became the source for all we know upon Okeanós. While spinning and soaring through the many violent tendrils of Chaos, this particular Spark willed for it to stop; for the madness and rushing of void mixed with explosions of light to cease. So it forced the chaotic clouds around itself to shift into a pattern. It gave reason and rhythm to the matter and energy, previously untamed, until the void and light coarsed together, in harmony, at the weaving will of this Spark. Near the bottom of the page sharing this information, it is mentioned that there was a ‘God’ who had succumbed to a Chaos-stricken madness following the learning of these details. How they transferred the information, and what became of them, is not mentioned until the reference section, which I shall get to a bit later, as they warrant explanation as well..."