Five/Sea

Esfir teetered as the large ship rocked and rolled with the waves. She gripped the end of the dresser to keep from stumbling. Pjetur was next to her with his hands on her shoulders to steady her. It was the first time she had been traveling on a ship of this size, and for this…

Four/Forever

Pjetur’s warhorse Ohk trotted down the path to the docks. He tethered his mare on the wooden fencing before making his way down the steps. The sun had well set and the full moons rose high in the night atmosphere. A sea of stars was clouded by wisps of puffy grey clouds that seemed to…

Three/Lush

Chistophe Motierre was not pleased. His entourage had crossed the border between Cyrodiil and Skyrim and ended up in a filthy fishing town. It was decrepit in comparison to any city in Cyrodiil and he had to hold a cloth over his mouth and nose to ward off the stench of human filth, decaying fish,…

Two/Chances

She was supposed to meet him in the gardens. It was where they had always met when they were in the city. Lachlan waited impatiently, widdling on a stick as he did. When he heard her voice, his heart clenched. Who was she talking to? Lachlan peered out from behind a hedge, spying the embellished…

One/Wild Youth

1st of Hearthfire, 4E221. 17 years after the coronation of High King Ulfric Stormcloak Pjetur stepped into the city of Solitude, his ears still ringing from the cacophony of the stuffy carriage he had been on the last week. He had sat across from his brother Assur and his wife Siranna, who held the screaming…

Prologue/Deals

6th of Sun’s Height, 4E204. White-Gold Tower, Imperial City, Cyrodiil. The Emperor of Tamriel was dead. “It is true. I received word of his death today,” Christophe Motierre sighed, rubbing his temples. “It happened not even a fortnight ago.”Christophe hid a smile behind his hand. “Titus is dead,” she repeated flatly. “The Emperor is dead.”…

Epilogue: Unbroken

Tears froze to my cheeks as I trekked. I was cold, weary, and defeated. I was completely empty. I had grieved for leaving Vilkas, because I knew he could not find me now. I was way beyond his reach, as I should be. He would take reckless measures to find me, and he would perish.…