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Updated! Dragon Age Origins – Circle of Magi Quest – The Fade Walkthrough

I’ve recently edited this walkthrough since it was published in September 2013. I was playing recently and noticed that I was missing some of the fonts! Here are the recent edits:

  • All directions were made clearer, and 2 font locations were moved to the appropriate areas.
  • The Templar’s Nightmare added with font discoveries.
  • A font was added to the Darkspawn Invasion area.
  • A font was added to the Burning Tower Area.
  • The Mages Asunder fonts now have better directions.
  • The Mages Asunder fonts are completely listed and 2 have been added.
  • Niall or the Raw Fade area was made clearer and moved.
  • Ordered the Walkthrough by the areas that should be completed first for the quickest completion for this part of the quest.
  • The total number of fonts that can be found is placed in “Tips.”

Here is a walkthrough for those Dragon Age Origins players who need a head getting through the Fade quest in the Circle. Hopefully, this helps!

The Circle of Magi Quest: The Fade’s Essecnes (Fonts) Walkthrough

By: Naiad-Rose (www.bluerosesandnaiadsongs.wordpress.com)

NOTE!: This walkthrough is only for finding all of the fonts in the Fade during the Mages’ Tower quest and to quickly get you through the quest without running around in circles. There are NO TIPS to beat bosses.

TIPS!

  1. I recommend gaining all of the forms first before looking for fonts. It may be slower, but then you won’t be running everywhere to obtain a missed form.
  2. The Darkspawn Invasion and Burning Tower can be done interchangeably. To save time, do the Burning Tower First to gain the Burning Man Form. 
  3. Go to the PARTY MEMBERS LAST! This may not seem like a big deal, but helping party members last will ensure that you’ve gotten all of the fonts.
  4. Don’t collect the forms out of order, you’ll spend more time than you want here if you do that. If you want to finish quickly, just follow the numbers!
  5. ONLY BOSS TIP I WILL GIVE!: On the last boss, use your forms to kill him. The enemies that hurt you the most will have the same effect on the boss when he changes into other forms.
  6. If you think you missed a font, there are a total of 22 fonts in the Fade.

I’m going to tell you the fonts by the areas they are in and in the order that I recommend them being completed in. You DO NOT have to collect the fonts in this order!

  • Your Dream/Start: There is only 1 Font here.
    • Doesn’t it suck that you had to kill Duncan? This is only one Font here, but it will require the SPIRIT FORM. It is the only font at the very beginning, it will be on the right side of the chamber from where you entered when you began your quest in the Fade. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to use it.

 

  • Dark Invasion: There are 3 fonts here.
  1. One will be behind the “massive door” near the entrance. By “entrance,” I mean before you save the Templar, once you save the Templar you will have to run back to get it. Use the Golem Form to break down the door and reach the font.
  2. There is a mouse hole in the room where the fade pedestal is when you began. Use the Mouse Form. In the next area, it will look somewhat like a “T.”  Go straight and use the mousehole at the end. There will be a font. Then, leave the way you entered and take a right to use another mousehole. This mousehole will shortcut you halfway through the maze to just before the room you found the Templar in.
  3. There will also be a font in the room where you saved the Templar. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to get it and it will be behind a pillar.

 

  • Burning Tower: There are 5 fonts here.You may have to hunt, and I’m sorry about that, but the Maze Area is tough to give directions in with all the fire.
  1. There is a mouse hole by a pedestal at the beginning room. Use it, and there will be a Font of Cunning in it. You shouldn’t need any other form other than the Mouse to gain this font.
  2. Before using the stairs to enter the Maze area, there is a “massive door” to the left of the stairs, or straight ahead depending on how you entered the room. Break the door down as the Golem Form. It should look like a library, and inside on the right side of the room there will be a font of magic. Leave the room and use the stairs to go to the Maze area.
  3. In the Maze area, go straight ahead from where you entered the first time. Use the Burning Man Form to get through the flames and take the most direct path to the door. You should be able to spot it. It’s a spirit door at the end of the corridor. Use the Spirit Form to enter here. There will be 2 fonts.
  4. The last font in the Burning Tower is at the end. It will be with the demon of the realm, Rhagos, or at the end of the dream. It is a Font of Strength and on the right side of the room when you enter.
  • Mages Asunder: There are 8 Fonts here.
  1. The very first mouse hole, at the beginning, has a Font of Strength in it. There may be an enemy in here if you haven’t killed it yet.
  2. The second font will be a Font of Magic and is in the second room down the hall. There will be two mages in this room who will probably try to kill you. The font should look like a pile of books, and you’ll need Spirit Form to use it.
  3. Return to the room where you saved the dreamer here and move towards the quest. There will be a “massive door” that you’ll need to break down with the Golem Form. This is the start of the Maze for this dream. Go straight and take the first right. There will be 2 golems and a priest in the room, in addition to a font. Kill the enemies and then use Font of Willpower.
  4. From the room above, make a right and then a left. Kill the Golem in your path and then continue past the “massive door” that will be on the right. At the end of the hall is a door. Behind the door are 3 Golems. Be fully healed before going through this door!  In the back right corner of the room is a Font of Strength.
  5. After you’re done with the two rooms mentioned above, go back the way you came to the massive door you passed earlier. There are 2 arcane horrors (if you haven’t killed them yet) and a spirit door behind it. Use the Spirit form to enter the door. There will be a single Golem in the room in addition to a font. Stay in this room.
  6. In the same room you killed a Golem and gained a font by using a Spirit door, there is a mouse hole. Use the Mouse Form to enter the hole and be ready to fight 2 more Golems. After killing the 2 Golems, use the font of cunning on the right side of the room from where you entered via Mousehole. Then, break down the “massive door” in the same room.
  7. After you break down the “massive door,” there will be two fonts. One of constitution and the other of dexterity. Use these fonts and then head back through the mousehole and spirit door. These are the final fonts for this dream.

 

  • Niall or the Raw Fade: There are 2 fonts here.
  1. Go through the portal that is to Niall’s RIGHT. There may be one Rage Abomination here, just kill it and then move on to the next portal. After going through the second portal, go down the long “corridor”  until there is a spirit door on the right side, it shouldn’t be too far from the beginning. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to go through; it will not be the spirit door in front of Niall, behind you if you’re talking to him. You’ll know you’re in the correct area by here being a ship in the middle of the room. The little balls of energy will try to kill you. This will tell you that you are in the right spot. This is the only area like this in the Fade.
  2. If you think you went through the door in front of Niall, there will be 3 demons; one of these demons will be Yuvana, who is the purple demon and is partially naked. After slaying her, grab the only font here. It will be a font of willpower and will be to the right side of this room, and you’ll need to use the Spirit Form. This door will open the portal to the final boss and only unlocks after helping your party members
  • The Templar’s Nightmare: There are 2 fonts here.
  1. The first font will be through the door away from the Fade portal next to the Fade pedestal in the room you start in. Go through the door and enter the first room on the left, there will be 3 abominations in here. Kill them and then use the Mouse Form to use the mousehole at the end of the room. There will be a blightwolf as soon as you exit the mousehole. Kill it and then get the font of Dexterity.
  2. At the end of the dream, where you fight this dream’s demon Vereveel, there will be a font on the left side of the room from where you entered. It will be a font of cunning.

CONGRATULATIONS! You have now collected all the fonts.

 

Green: Fonts here Numbers: Go in this order Symbols: Form Gained Orange: Party Member Blue: Paths Arrows: Way that you can go on paths (Both ways on all)

**** The rat = rat, Ghost = spirit, Burning head = burning man, Symbol = Golem ******

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Finals Week: The Pre-Winter Break Blizzard

For me, finals week has arrived like a freaking blizzard that you know is coming but you forgot to go and buy supplies for. I’ve been having to work on project after project but the thing is, the end of the semester is close at hand… then break will arrive!

I thought I’d share 5 of my tips for how I survive the Finals Blizzard. May the knowledge you hold and your memory help you through this finals season. Good luck and I hope my tips help you out! Read the rest of this entry

Simply Put

A new book I’ve found by a new author. Check out the book and give a review!

http://www.blurb.com/books/4822733-simply-put

Shakespeare’s Sonnet 62

Sin of self-love possesseth all mine eye
And all my soul and all my every part;
And for this sin there is no remedy,
It is so grounded inward in my heart.
Methinks no face so gracious is as mine,
No shape so true, no truth of such account;
And for myself mine own worth do define,
As I all other in all worths surmount.
But when my glass shows me myself indeed,
Beated and chopp’d with tann’d antiquity,
Mine own self-love quite contrary I read;
Self so self-loving were iniquity.
‘Tis thee, myself, that for myself I praise,
Painting my age with beauty of thy days.

Dragon Age Origins: Mage Tower Walkthrough

I’ve recently edited this walkthrough since it was published in September 2013. I was playing recently and noticed that I was missing some of the fonts! Here are the recent edits:

  • All directions were made clearer, and 2 font locations were moved to the appropriate areas.
  • The Templar’s Nightmare added with font discoveries.
  • A font was added to the Darkspawn Invasion area.
  • A font was added to the Burning Tower Area.
  • The Mages Asunder fonts now have better directions.
  • The Mages Asunder fonts are completely listed and 2 have been added.
  • Niall or the Raw Fade area was made clearer and moved.
  • Ordered the Walkthrough by the areas that should be completed first for the quickest completion for this part of the quest.
  • The total number of fonts that can be found is placed in “Tips.”

Here is a walkthrough for those Dragon Age Origins players who need a head getting through the Fade quest in the Circle. Hopefully, this helps!

The Circle of Magi Quest: The Fade’s Fonts Walkthrough

By: Naiad-Rose (www.bluerosesandnaiadsongs.wordpress.com)

NOTE!: This walkthrough is only for finding all of the fonts in the Fade during the Mages’ Tower quest and to quickly get you through the quest without running around in circles. There are NO TIPS to beat bosses.

TIPS!

  1. I recommend gaining all of the forms first before looking for fonts. It may be slower, but then you won’t be running everywhere to obtain a missed form.
  2. The Darkspawn Invasion and Burning Tower can be done interchangeably. To save time, do the Burning Tower First to gain the Burning Man Form. 
  3. Go to the PARTY MEMBERS LAST! This may not seem like a big deal, but helping party members last will ensure that you’ve gotten all of the fonts.
  4. Don’t collect the forms out of order, you’ll spend more time than you want here if you do that. If you want to finish quickly, just follow the numbers!
  5. ONLY BOSS TIP I WILL GIVE!: On the last boss, use your forms to kill him. The enemies that hurt you the most will have the same effect on the boss when he changes into other forms.
  6. If you think you missed a font, there are a total of 22 fonts in the Fade.

I’m going to tell you the fonts by the areas they are in and in the order that I recommend them being completed in. You DO NOT have to collect the fonts in this order!

  • Your Dream/Start: There is only 1 Font here.
    • Doesn’t it suck that you had to kill Duncan? This is only one Font here, but it will require the SPIRIT FORM. It is the only font at the very beginning, it will be on the right side of the chamber from where you entered when you began your quest in the Fade. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to use it.

 

  • Dark Invasion: There are 3 fonts here.
  1. One will be behind the “massive door” near the entrance. By “entrance,” I mean before you save the Templar, once you save the Templar you will have to run back to get it. Use the Golem Form to break down the door and reach the font.
  2. There is a mouse hole in the room where the fade pedestal is when you began. Use the Mouse Form. In the next area, it will look somewhat like a “T.”  Go straight and use the mousehole at the end. There will be a font. Then, leave the way you entered and take a right to use another mousehole. This mousehole will shortcut you halfway through the maze to just before the room you found the Templar in.
  3. There will also be a font in the room where you saved the Templar. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to get it and it will be behind a pillar.

 

  • Burning Tower: There are 5 fonts here.You may have to hunt, and I’m sorry about that, but the Maze Area is tough to give directions in with all the fire.
  1. There is a mouse hole by a pedestal at the beginning room. Use it, and there will be a Font of Cunning in it. You shouldn’t need any other form other than the Mouse to gain this font.
  2. Before using the stairs to enter the Maze area, there is a “massive door” to the left of the stairs, or straight ahead depending on how you entered the room. Break the door down as the Golem Form. It should look like a library, and inside on the right side of the room there will be a font of magic. Leave the room and use the stairs to go to the Maze area.
  3. In the Maze area, go straight ahead from where you entered the first time. Use the Burning Man Form to get through the flames and take the most direct path to the door. You should be able to spot it. It’s a spirit door at the end of the corridor. Use the Spirit Form to enter here. There will be 2 fonts.
  4. The last font in the Burning Tower is at the end. It will be with the demon of the realm, Rhagos, or at the end of the dream. It is a Font of Strength and on the right side of the room when you enter.
  • Mages Asunder: There are 8 Fonts here.
  1. The very first mouse hole, at the beginning, has a Font of Strength in it. There may be an enemy in here if you haven’t killed it yet.
  2. The second font will be a Font of Magic and is in the second room down the hall. There will be two mages in this room who will probably try to kill you. The font should look like a pile of books, and you’ll need Spirit Form to use it.
  3. Return to the room where you saved the dreamer here and move towards the quest. There will be a “massive door” that you’ll need to break down with the Golem Form. This is the start of the Maze for this dream. Go straight and take the first right. There will be 2 golems and a priest in the room, in addition to a font. Kill the enemies and then use Font of Willpower.
  4. From the room above, make a right and then a left. Kill the Golem in your path and then continue past the “massive door” that will be on the right. At the end of the hall is a door. Behind the door are 3 Golems. Be fully healed before going through this door!  In the back right corner of the room is a Font of Strength.
  5. After you’re done with the two rooms mentioned above, go back the way you came to the massive door you passed earlier. There are 2 arcane horrors (if you haven’t killed them yet) and a spirit door behind it. Use the Spirit form to enter the door. There will be a single Golem in the room in addition to a font. Stay in this room.
  6. In the same room you killed a Golem and gained a font by using a Spirit door, there is a mouse hole. Use the Mouse Form to enter the hole and be ready to fight 2 more Golems. After killing the 2 Golems, use the font of cunning on the right side of the room from where you entered via Mousehole. Then, break down the “massive door” in the same room.
  7. After you break down the “massive door,” there will be two fonts. One of constitution and the other of dexterity. Use these fonts and then head back through the mousehole and spirit door. These are the final fonts for this dream.

 

  • Niall or the Raw Fade: There are 2 fonts here.
  1. Go through the portal that is to Niall’s RIGHT. There may be one Rage Abomination here, just kill it and then move on to the next portal. After going through the second portal, go down the long “corridor”  until there is a spirit door on the right side, it shouldn’t be too far from the beginning. You’ll need to use Spirit Form to go through; it will not be the spirit door in front of Niall, behind you if you’re talking to him. You’ll know you’re in the correct area by here being a ship in the middle of the room. The little balls of energy will try to kill you. This will tell you that you are in the right spot. This is the only area like this in the Fade.
  2. If you think you went through the door in front of Niall, there will be 3 demons; one of these demons will be Yuvana, who is the purple demon and is partially naked. After slaying her, grab the only font here. It will be a font of willpower and will be to the right side of this room, and you’ll need to use the Spirit Form. This door will open the portal to the final boss and only unlocks after helping your party members
  • The Templar’s Nightmare: There are 2 fonts here.
  1. The first font will be through the door away from the Fade portal next to the Fade pedestal in the room you start in. Go through the door and enter the first room on the left, there will be 3 abominations in here. Kill them and then use the Mouse Form to use the mousehole at the end of the room. There will be a blightwolf as soon as you exit the mousehole. Kill it and then get the font of Dexterity.
  2. At the end of the dream, where you fight this dream’s demon Vereveel, there will be a font on the left side of the room from where you entered. It will be a font of cunning.

CONGRATULATIONS! You have now collected all the fonts.

 

Green: Fonts here Numbers: Go in this order Symbols: Form Gained Orange: Party Member Blue: Paths Arrows: Way that you can go on paths (Both ways on all)

Green: Fonts here
Numbers: Go in this order
Symbols: Form Gained
Orange: Party Member
Blue: Paths
Arrows: Way that you can go on paths (Both ways on all)

**** The rat = rat, Ghost = spirit, Burning head = burning man, Symbol = Golem ******

 

 

Try This Game for a Party!

 

SEEING!

 

full-moon-night-sky

 

 

Take pictures blindfolded with a friend of the following descriptions/items. Afterward, look them over and pick your favorites.

  1. Something that makes you smile. 
  2. Something that reminds you of a song. 
  3. A different perspective. 
  4. Something you want to remember. 
  5. Your childhood ♥ 
  6. Something that makes you sad/unhappy. 
  7. Your imaginary friend. 
  8. Something that you feel right now. 
  9. A large space important to you. 
  10. Something that makes you laugh. 
  11. Something that makes you feel warm. 
  12. Something that you wish for. 

Lyrics to a Song: Skeleton Key (In Progress)

These lyrics were written by a blossoming artist who is just getting started. She hasn’t written much but these are the lyrics to the first song that she is doing right now. What are your thoughts and what instrument would you have with them?

 

Skeleton Key
By: Rosalia

“Everywhere I go,

and everything I see,

you’re always there with me.

You’re my skeleton key,

so why can’t I be yours?”

 

TRUE OR FALSE?

Cleansing

With the rain comes cleansing,

Cleansing brings a fresh start.

A fresh start brings peace.

 

Peace of Mind.

Peace to the Heart.

Tranquility to the Soul.

 

Rejoice! Rejoice!

A Riddle for You

Let me be the answer to your frail truth, let me take your hand and become peace, let me summon you peacefully, with a startling rise, let me take care of you in any form of mine. I am used by many, and used by none, yet ready to serve the old and the young. Meloncholy suits me, and nothing can erode me, as we all are to eventually become one. What am I?

Answer: Death

**The number of question marks is the number of letters in the answer.**

Believe And You’ll Find Magic

What kind of magic do you expect to find?

 

 

A Night of Fire

A Night of Fire

The Night rolls over the land, quiet and soothing;
Letting the Shadows move.

The Flames from lamps glow, gently;
Pulling the Shadows near to hold.

She pushes them away, with a loving glow;
But brings them close to her for shelter.

For the Night Shadows embrace,
The warm Glow of Flame, and she loves him;
Dearly and with her whole being.

For without him, she has no lover’s touch;
Until his death comes with the rising sun.

Sad little Flame, she will await him;
As she sleeps and dreams.

Writing or…?

Writing or...?

What is the first thing you think of when you read the saying? My first thought was: This describes authors, thinkers, and artists around the world.

Long Time, No Post

Sorry I haven’t posted in a while, I’ve been running around spinning flags and sabers. Here’s a little quote and a video for all of you! 😀

“Keep a small can of WD-40 on your desk—away from any open flames—to remind yourself that if you don’t write daily, you will get rusty.”—George Singleton

 

Wishes

“Greetings Kira,

It’s crazy to make a wish all because you are bored or alone at an exact point in time, but we can’t help our inner selves. We wish for things that make us happy, but that wish may have the worst consequences. A few examples include wishing for love, and, the most popular one, wealth. They always seem to turn back on us, haha, we are foolish creatures some days; yet we are also the most unique and fascinating.

What would you wish for, if there were no repercussions?

I know what my wish would be… no it’s not world peace. My wish is selfish, ah… but aren’t all wishes?

Utopias are just failed wishes brought to life. My wish… are you ready to hear…? Is for my soul to become a star. Purely selfish.

Care to guess why?

Go on… don’t be shy… guess!

~ Vreave Serapha

Princess of Dark Angels


**I wrote this for a story, what do you think for a crazed letter?

Angel

Long Week

This week has felt incredibly long! So much to do and so little time has seemed to be the saying of my life the past couple days. Homework, work, and writing are all I’ve done and I’m begging for a brain break. Who else has had a week like this?Image

Thoughts On Brave New World

I’m reading Brave New World by Aldous Huxley for my AP Literature and Composition class, and at this point in time, it’s very upsetting. Training children to hate books?! The horror! I also find myself comparing it to the caste system, since they have Alphas and such, of the Dwarves in Dragon Age, and I know that’s silly but that’s how I see it. Especially when there was a mention of dwarves. I am finding it interesting but I’m not sure if I’m going to like the book if this continues the way it is.

Now I must know, does it get better or worse? That’s all I need to know, because I need a little push to continue the book and actually know what I’m reading with some hope that it won’t end too horribly.
~ Naiad Rose

A single rose …

“A single rose can be my garden…. a single friend, my world.” — Leo Buscaglia

“Silences make the real conversations between friends. Not the saying but the never needing to say is what counts.”–Margaret Lee Runbeck

“Love all, trust a few, do wrong to none.” — William Shakespeare

“Write what should not be forgotten.” – Isabel Allende

What do all these have in common?

Why Wednesday!

Why Wednesday must you be so long?
Thursday is Friday eve, Friday is the end of the work week (for me), the weekend is time for friends, Monday is just the start of the week and horrible, and Tuesday is the recovery day from Monday.
So Wednesday, what is your purpose?

Love,
Naiad Rose

Writers’ Block!

NOW:

My writers’ block for The Country of Staron went away and I was able to type up the prologue. Go here to read it.

~Naiad Rose

EARLIER:

So I’m writing two stories, one is called Once Upon a Day and the other is called The Country of Staron. I have writers block for both, which really sucks since the sample for The Country of Staron is due tomorrow at noon. I’m having trouble with Kale, I don’t know what he does next!

Here is a little sample from Once Upon a Day

Kale Stavrous had just gotten off the phone with Nico Perrin. Nico had called requesting that he watch over a friend for a few days who was in mortal danger. Kale had been about to tell Nico no, but Nico had said that she had no where else to go for protection. Kale couldn’t let the woman that Nico wanted protected unguarded, especially since he had called sounding scared and worried for the mystery woman that had Nico playing fetch. Along with his ingrained need to protect, Kale had been unable to say no and to turn them away.

That and if she got hurt or killed Kale would have gone on the biggest guilt trip of his very long life because there’d been a chance that he could protect her, but he had been “busy”. Yeah, right bored out of your mind counts as busy, Kale thought and then he would have been trying to make it up to Nico, who may or may not have forgiven him. Though Kale knew he would never be able to make it up to Nico should the woman die, the death of a person could never be atoned for. Kale had learned that much from his father, before he’d killed him.

Kale had asked Nico the situation and as he explained it Kale had felt sick to his stomach, not an easy thing when you no longer had to worry about eating. Nico had told him that the woman, Aysel Erimentha, was in danger of being killed and he thought the killer wanted her power. Nico had explained that she had come from a family of a Switches, but had only gotten the powers of a less than extraordinary witch. According to Nico, and other various contacts of Kale’s,  Aysel was stronger then a “normal” witch because of her heritage. Following that statement was a fevered request not to tell Aysel how they’d met.

“That would just make her worry about me, and be terrified of you.” Kale had no doubt in his mind that Aysel would run screaming in the other direction if she found out about how he and the werewolf had been forced to ally or die. A quick glance at the standing grandfather clock told Kale that the two would be arriving soon. “I better prepare a room for her. Hopefully we’ll be here long enough for her to use it.”

❈      ❈     ❈

Aysel woke with a jolt as Nico hit a bump in the road. Looking out the window once more, Aysel found that they were on a deserted dirt road surrounded by a heavily wooded forest.

“Where are we?” Aysel asked, turing in her seat to look at Nico.

“We’re almost to Kale’s place. It’s just a little farther.”

“Kale? Is that the name of your vampire friend?” Aysel said as she covered a yawn. “Why didn’t you tell me that earlier?”

Nico looked at her out of the corner of his eye. “If you hadn’t noticed Aysel, you were a bit hysterical.”

“Sorry.” Now that she was well rested Aysel did feel like crying over Acelynn’s death,  but she still wasn’t as upset as she should have been. Getting some sleep had helped clear her head as to what was happening, too. A killer is after me, Aysel thought, I’m going to have to accept that and to just avoid him until he’s no longer a threat. Which will be easier said than done, if the movies are anything to go by. Turning to look out the window again, Aysel saw that they were pulling up into what could be classified as a fortress.

The gates were electrified, if the crackling against her magical senses was anything to go by, and there were probably other traps laying about that couldn’t be seen. Vampires, Aysel knew, were very protective of their residences. As the car rolled to a stop, Aysel opened her door and got out, to find herself at a mansion that should have been on the cover of a mansions magazine.

Nico quickly grabbed her by the arm, ushering her to the oak door with stained glass windows. I’m going to need a stiff drink after all this, Aysel thought gloomily as she reached for the chain that looked like it was the door bell, and pulled it down. A chiming rang through the house; before the last of the sound faded away, the door began to open on well-oiled hinges. When the door fully opened,  Aysel found herself staring at a muscled chest covered in a black t-shirt with the logo for the movie Vampires Suck on it.

Aysel quickly looked up when a Australian accented voice asked, “So you’re Aysel. The one I’m supposed to baby sit?”

Here is the little bit I have for The Country of Staron:

In the country of Staron, the capital, Leria, surrounded by a pine forest and rivers that separates the land from the rest of the world, leads a utopian society by the name of Aris-Nexis . Taking the Old-World society into an age of peace and equality that originates from the closely held ideals of relaxation, hard-work, and the want of a deeper understanding on any and all topics.

Any ideas as to how to continue either would be greatly appreciated!

Thank you! ~ Naiad Rose