Author has written 5 stories for Elder Scroll series, and Fallout.
My Martin avi is the most win avi in existance! Isn't that right, matterofact Martin?
Martin: Why, yes. Yes it is.
See? All credit for this most awesome of avis goes to the lovely and talented Jaws of Oblivion. :3
Happy birthday to me! I got two wonderful presents from my wonderful friends, the Tart and the Git, more commonly know as Pheonicia and Jaws of Oblivion.
Check them out. Pheonicia got me squick!
JoO got me a pretty picture! It didn't work as a link, though. :/ i25.tinypic.com/mu9a46.jpg
Thanks to ya both!!
My name is Adam. Surprise! It's not really Adrian. I'm twenty years old and I live in the United States. Texas, to be specific. I started writing the Children of the Mages Guild story one night after playing Oblivion because the whole idea just popped into my head and demanded to be written down. And yes, Adrian and Vaera are both actual characters that I made for the game. =B Anyway, there will probably be more stories soon involving characters other than Adrian and Vaera, and likely outside of the current story line. We'll see. In the meantime, I hope you enjoy my musings.
Children of the Mages Guild: The on-going story of Adrian Lenoit and Vaera Levalyn, two young mages thrown together by fate. Can they overcome their unseen enemy while dealing with their blossoming feelings towards each other?
Barricade: A sort of choppy one shot horror story written in just a few hours. Loosely based on the movie Night of the Living Dead. It's just a piece of fluff I wrote for fun and is not to be taken too seriously. (Revised with the help of the wonderful and kind Pheonicia. )
Colovian Miscreants: Adrian Lenoit looks back on his brother, Antony, with an odd mixture of fondness and resentment. Who knows? Maybe not everything the lout said was a ruse.
True Confessions of a Contract Killer: Tarafel, a Bosmeri assassin, looks back on her life. Will she find the answers she seeks?
Shooting Irons: Jim, son of the scientist fromn Vault 101, is trying to adjust to life banished from his home. He seeks guidance in his reluctant mentor, Fly, but will he be able to cope with the brutality of this unforgiving new environment? Harsh lessons lie ahead.