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Entries submitted by Mark of Falworth

A Break by the Lake

Four foresters flushed and happy from the exertions of the last hunt rest their tired selves next to a crackling campfire, overlooking the still blue waters of the placid lake.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

A Merry Hunt

The foresters traveled through the woods, hunting for deer. In the peaceful shade of the red oak and yellow poplar, the creek bubbled and trickled along its merry way. The foresters hadn't seen a deer in over three days, but they kept optimistic, with their classic smile firmly placed on their faces.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

A Royal Visit

Prince Jarius Lorean visits the City of Capernum in the heart of Loreos. The settlement is decorated richly to receive such a noble visitor. The inhabitants of the city are eager to catch a glimpse of their beloved monarch cheering "Long live the Prince!" as he passes through the crowd.

For the Glory of Loreos!!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

A Snowy Escape

Part 1. As I continued on my journey through the forest, I was shocked to see a band of brigands guarding the road ahead. I quickly realized my only escape from this perilous situation was to dash into the woods and attempt to lose the pursuing outlaws in the thick forest.

Part 2.
Unfortunately for me the thick forest soon turned into a open plain, and I could hear the rogues gaining on me with every step. Just then the ground beneath me heaved and groaned like some huge beast that had been awakened! I realized I was running atop a pond, and the ice was cracking beneath me! As I skidded my way across the ice, I heard a tremendous splashing and glanced back to see the outlaws toppling through the ice straight into the water.

Part 3.
I eased my pace as the cries and roars of my late pursuers died behind me, but on the path ahead marched some of the King's knights, and they inquired if I had seen a band of outlaws that had been causing trouble. I told them... If you hurry, you can save them from drowning in yonder pond, for they have been chasing me for the last mile of my journey. The knights with hurried thanks rushed towards the pond I had indicated. I continued on my way with a broad smile upon my face.
The End.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Aberystwyth Castle

Aberystwyth Castle is the cheif stronghold and home of the Welsh prince Madog ap Llywelyn. The large sections of Tudor styled walls in the castle make it a much more comfortable abode than a simpler stone castle.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Armored Lancer

Riding a powerful warhorse, and covered head-to-foot in steel plate armor, this elite warrior packs a massive punch to those who would dare to stand in his way.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Aughnanure Castle

Standing on a wind-swept peninsula on the western coast of Ireland, Aughnanure Castle is the chief stronghold of the O'Flaherty clan. They are just now receiving an important visitor, Mark O' Tipperary.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Avalanche at Deadman's Gorge

Three merchants by the names of Laurence, Watkins, and Ellerbee, were traveling to the city of Lyme by way of the high road. However, when stopping at a local inn, they were informed that a hostile army had camped on the road ahead. Dismayed by this information they inquired if any other route was to be taken on the way to Lyme. After hearing several different and ridiculous options, and consulting their map, they decided to take the trail through Deadman's Gorge... They later regretted their ill-Advised journey.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Caught in the Crossfire

Laurence, Watkins, and Ellerbee were just barely able to survive their trip through Deadman's Gorge. But, to add to their miseries, no sooner had they exited the wood they found themselves in the center of a impending battle, of the very armies they sought to avoid in the first place! Surely, there was never such an Ill-advised journey to be seen.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Crusader Tower

Swarming over the castle like ants on a carcass, the muslim horde attacks ferociously. But the crusaders in their stone tower retaliate with swords drawn. They will not give up without a fight to the death.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Escaping from Africa

Part 1.
I sailed out from Genoa with a feeling I would have some adventure and excitement on my voyage to the Levant; little did I know the vessel in which I was traveling would be attacked and destroyed by a fleet of Moorish pirates! I would have most certainly have drowned like my poor companions, but I just managed to climb aboard some wreckage. I stood up and looked about to find out where I was... That was my big mistake. A pirate vessel that had obviously arrived too late to help its allies, came up to where I was floating, and then one of the crew yelled in their coarse language, "Aha! By the beard of Allah, we are too late to fight, but look! Here is a wealthy Frankish merchant judging by his fancy garments! We can secure a large ransom for his safe return!" The rest of the ruffians grunted their approval of this awful scheme. It was then that I wished I had not worn my best suitů

Part 2.
After three days of sailing In the hands of the Moorish pirates, I arrived on the coast of what must be Africa, however, I didn't get a long look at the place for I was swiftly thrown into a small building with barred windows.
I immediately began thinking of a way to escape. So a few days later, at the time I expected my guard to enter, I placed myself next to the window and pressed my face against the bars. When the guard came in I exclaimed, "Who is that damsel there? She is very beautiful, and she passes here frequently."
The guard jumped to the window and looked out, As he did so, I slipped his dagger out of his sheath and hid it in my trousers, meanwhile I said, "Do you see her just going around the corner there? Ah! She is gone..." The guard stepped back and grunted, "I never get to see any beautiful damsels about in this wretched place!" He then lurched out of the room, but not without carefully locking the door behind him. Unfortunately for the pirates, I now had the means of unlocking that door...

Part 3.
The lock to my cell door easily gave way, it being so old and little used. As soon as I stepped out into the street I realized my uncomfortable position, here I was stranded without a penny in a pirate-held town in deepest Africa. I figured the best way out of this scrape was to steal a boat and make for the sea, I found three small fishing boats and the pirate vessel that brought me here. I sneaked onto the pirate vessel and found that it was filled with provisions ready for departure, so I raised anchor and sailed boldly out of the bay just as the sun came over the horizon. I praised the saints for my good luck and set my course for home! I can't wait to see the look on my friends' faces when I sail into Genoa as the captain of a Moorish galley..."
The End

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Falworth Keep Revisited

Falworth Keep, a castle perched on the cliff of the western shore of the Lion Kingdom.

Far below the castle, the cliffs are wet from the swells of the sea, which dashes upon the rocks in foaming waves.

Surrounding the castle proper are thick woods, in which abound foresters of the band of Will o' th' Black. They are a scourge to the neighborhood - The castle garrison are kept busy scouring the countryside in search of them. But the peaceful inhabitants of the castle believe the band would never dare to attack the Keep itself.

Little do the occupants of the castle realize that... the rogues are climbing the keep wall this very moment! And the band of Will O' th' black may well take the Keep!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Forestmen's Hideout Redux

Forestmen's Hideout (Set 6064) Redux

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Grandmaster Macht Gorgonius of the Order of Areani.

(leader) of the Order of Areani.
The Areani are a special order of knight/assassins, bent on the destruction of injustice and rebellion, and as to their leader, his very name inspires fear in the hearts of his enemies, He knows what happens in every alleyway, thanks to agents in every village and street corner. on the battlefield this man is a terror to behold, with his winged helmet, chain maile cape, and razor sharp sword, he is a force to be reckoned with. Beware the Areani!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Knight's Challenge Redux

Knight's Challenge (6060) Redux

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth


Through the freezing snow and chilling ice, the men marched blindly, their indomitable leader always in the front. The distant enemy village below the Dragonbone Mountains was just in sight, "Onward brave soldiers!" called the leader, "to the glorious battle we march!"

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Pursuit in Blackhand Bay

During the first Outlaw Crusade, Loreesi and Lenfel fleets scoured and harassed the coasts and the swamps and marshes of the Outlaws. They attacked any vessels they met. Here we see two Loreesi war galleys chasing down some smaller outlaw craft.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Saracen Warrior

Mounted on a swift horse, and wielding a razor-sharp scimitar. This warrior from the desert is bent on driving the crusaders from the Holy Land.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Seaside Harbor

A small port on the western shore of Loreos is bustling with activity as usual. Being the only safe haven for ships for miles along the coast is this little harbor's claim to fame. Some merchants from other provinces and lands are eager to purchase and trade the fine wine and purest olive oil in barrels, to be shipped to the northern countries.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Sir Bohemond Le Montif

Sir Bohemond is a crusader knight from the county of Edessa. He came to the Holy Land with Baldwin of Boulogne when he created the first crusader state. Fiercely loyal, and fierce in battle, he tries his hardest to serve his lord and defeat his Saracen adversaries.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Stopping for the night

As I stumbled along the trail that led through the frozen forest, I realized it would soon be dark and I would need a fire if I was to survive. I managed to find a dead, dry tree. I cut this down with my sword. Soon, I had a small fire before my feet. The wind continued to whip by, and It looked like it was going to be a long, cold chilly night... I hoped there were no wolves.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Battle of Dreadmoor

The Crusading army was a shadow of it's former glory, They wearily hoped to strike one more blow to the fiendish Outlaws before retreating, the losses were only growing daily. Some deserted, but even more were cut off and killed by the rebels that surrounded them. But today things were different, the tropical glades around them were silent. The men grew nervous. Then they heard it, like the sound of thunder, but it didn't cease, then they saw the rapidly approaching enemy. The crusaders hurriedly strung their bows and buckled on armor, for the battle was about to begin!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Explorers' Guild

The Explorers' Guild is a place where great explorers and learned travelers meet to share their knowledge of the earth around them.
From far and near, combined information of the lands they traverse and the most detailed maps make planning the next exploration an enjoyable task.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Library of Dorotheus

The quiet, inspiring atmosphere of the library invites the dedicated scholar and seeker of truth to enter therein and peruse the many epistles and volumes stored there. The building was erected by a benevolent Lord for whom it was named, and has been a haven of knowledge and learning ever since, in the midst of the raw feudalism of the province of Loreos.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Palace of Lorean

Deep inside the city of Dalmunutha, capital of Loreos, stands the proud palace of Prince Lorean. Built after he conquered the petty states and founded the principality of Loreos. He constructed this domicile to endure the test of time and stand as a monument to the triumph and glory of the Loreesi.

For the Glory of Loreos!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

The Sea-Gate of Dalmanutha

The large port in the capital city of Loreos is unique in the fact that it is enclosed by a massive sea-wall, and a huge gate guards the entrance. Enormous vessels can safely pass through. The authorities extract a small toll from the merchant ships that visit the port, and in return the fortifications protect the merchantmen from pirates and Outlaws on the seas who would seek to do them ill.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Wykeham Farmstead

Wykeham Farmstead was built by Edmund Wykeham many years ago. His great grandson Thomas Wykeham is currently grumbling and harvesting carrots. He honestly doesn't mind harvesting carrots, he just likes grumbling about things. Thomas's eldest son Francis is coming to help him harvest carrots, and his youngest son Timothy is tending the milk cows. Meanwhile, a traveler from foreign lands is walking the lane that runs by the house.

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

Zuriel Castle

In the delta of the Khos river stands Zuriel Castle, which guards the mouth of the river that brings life to the heart of the deserts of Loreos.
Having successfully withstood all attacks launched against it by formidable foes, it stands as a bulwark against the enemies of the Desert Prince.

For the Glory of Loreos!

Submitted by: Mark of Falworth

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