Welcome friends to the latest installment of Bane; The Writings of Sanett. This week we have a few more pieces of fiction from the halls of this great library. Without further interruption let?s begin.
‘I remember the day that Bane, the hero of the north returned to us after the war we waged against the Prince of Confusion, Melphine one of the secret lesser evils in the sands of Aranoch. The children of our fair city were being stolen from us during the cold nights, and I remember how I felt the night my son, Baln was taken from me. Bane came to us and offered help and eventually destroyed the demon beneath the city of Lut Gholein and found out what exactly did happen. A part of me never wanted to find out the truth in which we recovered.’
Afternoon changed to evening, evening to a velvety night of phosphorescent stars, and then, after what seemed little more than a twinkle of one of those swollen celestial beacons, it was afternoon again. Incredible anywhere but that magical land, perhaps it was the whim of whatever was behind those lofty eyes peering through the midnight shroud: curious, blinking and wishing for a clearer look into the world of men.
Kinemil had lost track of their comrades almost the moment he entered the fog. He remained aware of everything.
“There are dark enchantments,” the Archbishop Ismail had said, wrapping his hand in cloth as he spoke to the trainee Paladins before him, “that can cloud the senses. Should you ever battle a Viz-jaaq’tar, you will understand this fully. Should you let your attention slip, you will succumb to these spells, but stay focused, and they will be of no avail to you.”
Next week we will bring you more from the fan fiction community in the same conveniently posted bite-size format as well as some works from fan monster and fan class creators. If you have made fan fiction that has not yet been posted in the Diablo fan fiction forum, or just got inspired to do so, head over there and post your material, or ask questions to other fan writers regarding lore, writing style or other input. See you next week!