When I was young, I loved fantasy and mythology of all kinds. I enjoy reading all genres now, but still love fantasy.
I also write content for D&D at Dungeon Masters Guild under Joanna Gerber.
The cabin in the woods had been abandoned for years, but one night, a candle burned in the window. We were surprised to see the light, and excited. A sort of buzz went through my band, and several of us blurted out involuntary noises of excitement. Where there is a light like that, there are people.
There weren’t always dragons in the Valley. But actions have consequences, and even little actions have a way of escalating. Now, dragons soared in the skies, tunnelled into the hillsides, and snaked swiftly through the lake – iridescent, elegant masters of their chosen element or terrain. They were beautiful, terrifying creatures, and Sigrid both regretted and rejoiced in her part she had played.