Mentor had to act quickly, the people of Tunap were in a desperate state. Their part in the situation they are suffering now, was minor compared to his own. Though some would argue he had good reason, he knew there was no excusing his negligence; He is a god, the mortals are under His charge. When they suffer, his is the will that causes it, and it should be allowed only with great care and direction.
Date: 5 Lupar, 315 years after the fall of the Seleucarian Empire.
It was a beautiful, late-summer day in the Black Forest. Most creatures were going about the normal activities of life, some were engaged in the activities of ending life, but only one was busy with the business of death.
Nine-nine-three-seven-two started his morning with a tea-ritual, an hour before sunrise. Fully aware that he would die that day, his only regret, was that he could not remember his name. He knew he had one, he remembers his mother, father, four brothers and sister. He remembers their faces, conversations and even the scent of honey-soap emanating from his sister's hair, after her daily bath. Yet, the names escape him completely. Somehow, in the last eon of battle and combat, he managed to forget there ever was such a thing.
This is the short story entitled: Those Eyes.
It's the background for my character in Achaea, Athelas. The whole motivation behind the creation of Athelas, was based on events in a world I ran for some friends of mine. That world, called Tunap, was of my own creation. I've lost most of my notes on that world but still had the background story for Athelas tucked away. I'm keeping it here for posterity.
I play a text MUD called Achaea, here you will find all my personal stuff regarding characters, back stories, scripts etc, etc, etc.
Your leader line is critical in dealing with the stresses of casting. In this video, I teach you how to make your own leader lines and how to store them.
Yea, it's possible to prevent line tangles, simply by using the correct way to spool it on to your reel.
In this video, I show you how.
Here I demonstrate the assmebly of the Paternoster Trace.
You'll use this trace when you need to get more distance than you'd get from the Reitvlei. It is also used in muddy bottoms in order to keep your hook-bait above the mud.
Here I show you how to make your own Rietvlei traces that are competition ready.
In this episode, I teach you all you need to know about the various knots you'll have to make.