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Last updated: 10 December 2001
The stories here were created by me, me and only me with no copyrighted characters from other people's stories... except where noted. Who knows... If you let me know you like them, or give me constructive criticism, maybe I'll dust off my pencil and write more often.
The Orc's Tale
Orcs in general have had a bad reputation since the beginning. Who ever heard of a "good" orc? (Aside from what some gamers think as a "dead" orc, that is.) Well, THIS orc is going after one not-so-good dragon.
I'm especially proud of this story. This was the first completed story I had done that I actually worked out better than I planned. The fact it's a first-person narrative only makes it that much more impressive to me.
The Tale of Zezhian
This is a character sketch of my original internet namesake: a half-orc character I had in a D&D campaign years ago. This was originally 'hidden' in another part of the site, but with all the restructuring I've done, I decided to put it in the story section. More people will probably read it here.
One old computer + One word processor = One strange night!
This really was just a quick story that I wrote as a test on an old Tandy 2000 computer I had ages ago. Jam-packed full of plot holes, cliches and improbable resolutions. Still, it's good for a laugh.
Untitled #486 (Hard Road)
A tale about the horrors of War.
This story was inspired from a drawing by my good friend, Bill Fortier, and the song "Lady In Black" by Uriah Heep... with a tip of the hat for the subtitle to Deep Purple.Very special thanks to Bill for allowing me to post the picture that inspired this story on my site. Link to picture added 10/January/2001
...To The Dogs
A tongue-in-cheek heroic fantasy tale that harkens back to my glory days of D&D. The sacred ruby of Keshniken is missing and our adventurers must travel into the depths of Hades to retrieve it.
My first new story since 1998 and the last tale I spun for the 20th Century.
Class Menagerie Haikus
This one is a bit odd for me. I've been getting into a number of comics on the web for a little while now. One highly recommended strip is Vince Suzukawa's "The Class Menagerie". I joined the discussion board that's connected to the comic and found a number of other very talented and intellegent fans, a few of them has created "fanfics" or fan stories of the characters in the comic strip. Their creativity rubbed off on me and soon I created these haikus describing the seven main characters. Haikus seemed to abound in that group, but I digress. Keep checking back on this one, as I want to expand this to include a few other characters seen in the strip.
Adam doesn't realize how deep he's literally going to get into Oceana Technologies' latest experiment.
I can't believe I forgot to put this story here! I wrote this back in 1991 after I repaired my old Royal manual typewriter. I typed out one or two test phrases then suddenly the first four lines of the story appeared. From there, it just flowed out. I realize there are some GLARING errors in anatomy, chemistry and probably a few other sciences for good measure. And that's probably why I'll never be a good writer.
The Chronicles of Southpaw
I'll work on this storyline again... someday... eventually... I hope. (sigh)
FoxGlove (Part I)
They were searching for a new amplifier for PunkTiger. What they found was a mysterious sword that the ruthless "Hunters" want at any cost.
Gone On Holiday
A small series of stories (sometimes disjointed and perpetually unfinished) that had been published in the Dallas Brawl Updates APA a few years ago. On reflection, I've found these tales to be total and complete bollocks and have since taken them down to save me any more embarrassment. Believe me, they aren't worth reading in their present state.
The Library is expanding!
That's right! Always willing to extend a helping paw, I'm opening some new wings to the place! Below are a list of people whose stories can be found in the Dr. Samuel Conway wing of the library:
Ummm... that's it. Use the navigation buttons back up top and choose another path. :-)