Someone anonymous has given me a month's premium membership. Whoever you are, many thanks.
No idea what to do with it though...
The Enemy Of My EnemyThe Enemy Of My EnemyThe Enemy Of My Enemy by Lex-The-Bear
Fear surrounded him.
His horned helm turned slowly to regard the human commander in front of him. Despite their size difference, the heavily armoured human stared at him with undisguised hatred and distrust. Mailed fists were planted on plated hips, high shoulder armour threatening to dwarf his bearded face.
"I don't trust you," said the human. "I don't even want you here. If I had my way, I'd have you executed on the spot."
The taller figure straightened slightly. His size and his hoofed feet were the only clues to his species a draenei, one of the alien species that had crash-landed on Azeroth and allied themselves with the human-night elf Alliance. His massive head moved again, the downward curving horns of his helmet seeming to fix on the other occupants of the high room, deep inside a keep on the front lines of the never-ending war.
"I could kill every being in this room," said the draenei after a while. "And you wou
Novus Vita: AloneAloneNovus Vita: Alone by Lex-The-Bear
Kraft froze, the beam from her torch wavering slightly in her grip in the dim light from the emergency strips on the walls. She'd spent half an hour wandering around looking lost before noticing coloured lines on the walls. One line had ended at a mess hall, with long tables, hundreds of chairs and blank screens lining the walls, and shutters cutting off one end of the hall. She retraced her steps and followed another line, which had led her to this intersection and the voice which had made her stop in shock.
"Identify or I will open fire."
The voice was deep, flat and metallic, obviously synthetic and not from a set of human, or even organic, set of vocal chords. It had a reverberating quality, not changing in tone at all, and it vibrated through Kraft's chest as she turned slowly towards the source.
"Sergeant Kraft," she said nervously, not knowing what to expect.
A bright light blinded Kraft for a brief second, and she instinctively threw up her
DreamsDreamsDreams by Lex-The-Bear
A vast battlefield stretched for as far as the eye could see.
From a small hill, a tall figure watched as heavily armoured humanoid warriors attacked a fortified city at the base of a mountain. He literally glowed with power, ornate armour plates inlaid with intricate designs which gave off an eerie green light.
Below him, surrounding the walls of the city, legions of warriors butchered each other in a frenzy. The air rang with battle-cries, screams of the wounded, the ring of metal-on-metal, and one could almost taste the blood in the gusting winds around the open plains.
Massive siege engines hurled destruction at the walls, splashing against impenetrable defences in places, crashing through already weakened areas in others. Scores of warriors lined the wall tops, hurling spears, rocks and other projectiles down at the attackers beneath, whilst enormous teams of armoured near-humans manoeuvred lofty towers and ladders into position beneath the walls.
From seemingly n
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