Evil Will Rise

Bueno, no me puedo creer que haga tanto tiempo que no escribo por aqui. Por algun extraño motivo tenia la sensacion de que yo habia posteado hacia no tanto…En fin gajes del oficio.

Os contare que llevo una semana o asi que no paro de leer comics a tutiplen, comics que por cierto recomiendo encarecidamente: La Saga Northlanders de Brian Wood, una de warhammer 40k acerca de los templarios oscuros, y la adaptacion a comic de Beowulf. The Historian In Me Rocks with Passion 😀

También he estado escribiendo un monton mi nueva creacion. La estoy escribiendo en mi death note para que nadie cotillee, y por que va a corde con el cierto nivel de destruccion, muerte y caos, y…Aparecen frikis. Oh Si! El segundo personaje más importante de la novela es un mega friki que lleva una tienda de comics y que le va a dar la vuelta a la tortilla de forma impresionante. Mwahhahahahah

Esto…a lo que iba…

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There was once a castle on the snow. But after many hard winters the main tower collapsed and the bulding was left to ruin in the top of that god forsaken cliff. That castle had once belonged to a very evil dark lord, who saw his very own reign fall under the never-ending storm of snow. Everyone there left, long ago. Everyone there most likely froze to death on their scape. No one prevails, no one will.

Thus, there remains the fallen tower, old and cranky as it cries with the frozen wind passing between its wrecked bricks, as it hits its weak wooden beams. Now the fallen tower has become a symbol to the inhabitants of the land further down south, where the weather is warmer and the field grow fertile.

The tower makes them remember that once upon a time there was a reign of chaos over these territories, a rule rising from the darkness within the deep caves from the montains across the river. But one day the merciless and fearless kingdom came to an end. Why? No one really knows. Some say it was just a matter of time, that hope would prevail and so it did. Others, perhaps a bit more skeptic think that the winter golem danmed them all for becoming the bigger threat and living him without a job, in misery having to feed two children from his dead wife.

Whatever may be, the fact is that, indeed, it is over now. The children would run up the hills happy again, the peasants will still suffer from the heavy taxes of a supposed free land while the lord become fatter on their seats. Everyone would be beack to the old times, everyone would be joyful and merry.

So perhaps would be your case.

But, listen to me carefully boy, when I tell you that the root of evil never dies, and a new dark lord will soon rise.

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‘Cause the dark side it’s better…(we HAVE cookies) :p

<<darky darky Lilly, from the dark dark lands, from a dark dark future, present and past…>>

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2 Comments

  1. Cultivarse es importante, yo la lectura la tengo un poco abandonada últimamente. Estoy a vueltas con el Diablo 3, que no es que me chifle, pero bueno, y elaborando también una historia por libre que a saber en qué acaba.

    Sea como sea, el fragmento que has escrito en inglés demuestra el buen dominio del idioma que tienes. Yo desde luego sería incapaz de algo así, por lo que tienes toda mi admiración. Y como bien reza el texto, el mal nunca se desvanace por completo.

    Un saludo.

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