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Drusha's Clan
To lands and seas of the unknown; paths of the untraveled
Venerable Lair
of the
Shrieking Wilds
Clan Information
I am currently writing a series of short stories called Courtier Tales. You can look at them either in the information in my dragons page or in the master file in the creative corner.

here is the link if you are curious http://www1.flightrising.com/forums/cc/2162927

PLEASE feel free to talk to me about it. I love to chat....

What is a clan? What makes it? what keeps it going? What decides that some stay and others go? That some are accepted while others are rejected from joining it? What lies at the heart of a clan? Such questions haunt the minds and hearts of people and dragons alike. While set answers might not be found clearly stated but a clan this is.

Founded by Draca and Duke though perhaps they spin not the heart of it. Many have come and some has gone. Tales have been spun and some involve some of the dragons of the clan. If you read some of the tales you can learn the history of some of the dragons. Or at list parts of history involving them.

Be weary of wolves and those who wear the marks of beasts. That is the old legend of the wild woods. The wind dances in the leaves whispering in forgotten tongues words of warning. 'Be weary the beast Queen's guards... be weary the beast King's guards. Be weary the court of the beast for death is its only partner.' All things that die become fodder for the trees. It is common knowledge. And thus became a tradition to plant a seedling on the grave of the departed. So that their body and soul could shape the next generation. It was because of this that the Wild Woods was formed. Or also called the Woods of the Forgetten. The thick trees all came from a single source.... the bodies of the departed. And even if a tree is felled there is always yet another seedling planted ready to take its place. It was on the edge of these Wild woods that Drusha's clan settled. Others joined and tales unspun but the dead still bear the backbone of the clan...as the woods that enclose them are gravemakers yet also the eternal sign of life always comes after death. As long as the trees do grow life will always continue.
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Drusha User ID: 308160
Date Joined: 2017-03-17
Birthday: September 19
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Recent Comments
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theverylargebutt wrote:
YOUR DRAGONS ARE HUNGRY please feed them :(
Apr 21, 2019, 17:46:25
kyrin18 wrote:
Waith was on the front page!
Mar 26, 2018, 22:51:30
Pryderi wrote:
hey! so so sorry for the late reply, i had school and then i wasn't feeling very well. how've you been?
Nov 06, 2017, 10:15:21
Pryderi wrote:
That would be amazing, I'm definitely interested. How much would you offer her for? I can offer up to 50kt
Oct 20, 2017, 14:41:50
Pryderi wrote:
Hello! Is Anika for sale? (she's gorgeous and has the same name as me hehe)
Oct 20, 2017, 12:35:04
coyearth wrote:
Oh, okay. If you're just writing for yourself then it's good that it's relaxing! I feel the same way, though it's stressful when I have writer's block lol.
Jul 17, 2017, 13:15:00
coyearth wrote:
I mean that's okay too! If it's your own thing it can look however you want. And if you ever try to publish anything, an editor can definitely held you with the format. :)
Jul 15, 2017, 14:54:28
coyearth wrote:
Oh I see. Yeah, that why I suggested maybe starting a new paragraph when a new person is introduced or speaks in the story. Doing that could help you see that while the story is still flowing, it's new information for the reader.
Jul 12, 2017, 17:14:11
coyearth wrote:
Other than punctuation though it's good. :)
Jul 07, 2017, 15:30:17
coyearth wrote:
When it comes to separating ideas, it might help if you start a new paragraph every time a new person is introduced or speaks. That's what I tend to do, and I mimicked that from the majority of the books I've read.
Jul 07, 2017, 15:27:59
coyearth wrote:
To be honest I was a little confused at first. I didn't realize the main character was a maid and thought she was a spy or something. Though admittedly I might have been a little distracted when reading it the first time.
Jul 07, 2017, 15:26:22
coyearth wrote:
Ohh, I see. That's cool. :)
Jun 29, 2017, 10:02:29
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