Tag: legends

Need Help Doing Research

It’s pretty straight forward. I’m looking into Indian mythology. I’ve read a few things, including the┬áRamayana and something else. About some war and Krishna. I don’t have my books here and can’t remember the name for the life of me. Does anyone know some… Continue Reading “Need Help Doing Research”

The Story of Hyphel’s Legs

In the years, as the mer grew and founded new cities, as kings claimed more land than ever before, as the people required more resources and tried taking it from the sea, Thress became less hospitable. She thrashed down villages, sent sharks to bleed… Continue Reading “The Story of Hyphel’s Legs”

Story of the Ithnek Trench

The priests of Ithnek often prayed to the entity of Ithnek and her mother Ulseus, yet for their work they had little more than a friendly visit. To the priests, this was acceptable, but Ithnek felt sad she hadn’t done more for the devotees.… Continue Reading “Story of the Ithnek Trench”

Story of Thress Becoming the Sea

Ithnek, first born of the Trench and daughter of Ulseus, goddess of all things, who birthed Ithnek by cutting the ocean floor, was a beautiful girl. She had long locks of seaweed hair, eyes as black as the depths, and a slender body with… Continue Reading “Story of Thress Becoming the Sea”

The Story of Ithnek and the Birth of the Mer

In the Sea of Thress, long ago, there was only water. The ocean floor was smooth and without pox. There was no life. But one day, Ulseus, goddess of waters, became bored with the world and struck the sea floor over and over again.… Continue Reading “The Story of Ithnek and the Birth of the Mer”

The Legend of Man and Dragon

On the Cliffs of Rendar, overlooking the Fields of Borsen, the gods placed two eggs. One hatched and out came a man. Man lived many days, becoming accustomed to the cliffs. Then the second egg hatched and out came a dragon. Man, more curious… Continue Reading “The Legend of Man and Dragon”