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Shadows: The Worker's Discourse (Chapter 1)Rain and thunder pay homage to the vacant, filthy hamlet of New York, bordered from the enraged sea that silently engulfs the harbor. Nightfall betrays the injustice and protects the innocent. The sneaky, yet violent acts of nature hunt for all oppressors, eradicating any evil exposed to the fad of the gentle wind, sea, and grime. The presence of nature in its darkest prime educates the shadows that welcome it. The brutality of the sky presents itself with forces of rain, heat, snow, and wind, bending the mind and soul of these mediators. Very few know who they, and those with that Knowledge are the most preyed upon. But one survives with this burdened wisdom. He’s next in line to face death, and he recognizes it. His gestural acts of silence to these ‘mediators’ give him a fictitious sensation of hope that he has the salvation for extended lifetime. He knows his crimes can never be forgiven. He is not aware of when it will occur and how. All he can rest on with a sleShadows: The Worker's Discourse (Chapter 1) by THAT1guyinmyCAR
EzioxReader ~Modern AU~ Part 2 (End?)~For the life we never had~EzioxReader ~Modern AU~ Part 2 (End?) by FictionalxReader
Time stopped in that moment, your brain was trying to process whatever was happening, this morning you woke up as any other thinking about that mysterious man but now he was right here, hugging you, in the middle of the classroom.
-What the fuck! –You pushed him away maybe too hard, making him crash with a desk nearby he had to put his hand on it to prevent falling onto the floor; he looked at you astonished by the sudden reaction. –What the fuck are you talking about? How do you even know my name? –Words started to come out meaner and louder than you intended them to be, air was getting thicker and blood seemed to burn in your veins and arteries.
-(Y/N) amore it’s me, please don’t tell me you forgot… -His eyes were melting with sorrow as he tried to get slowly closer. –Bella you don’t know how many centuries I’ve…
-Shut the fuck up! Are you a stalker or
The Man in the White Hood part 15Trouble caught up with us outside the Dwemer ruins, we were closer the the halls then I had realized when we had camped the night before. If I had known we would have just pressed on into the Ruins and camped there instead of out in the opened. An ice dragon came down on us landing right down on us sending snow all over us and our camp in waves. Altair pulled out his new sword and confronted it right away while I grabbed what i could hurrying to load stuff onto the backs of our horses. This dragon expected to make an easy meal of us, Altair taught him differently stabbing his lightening blade into the dragon's gums sending shocks though the tender mouth. Altair pulled back spinning to cut again and I could tell he was trying not to slip in the snow and on the rocks underneath.The Man in the White Hood part 15 by AltairandLier
I finished getting what I could onto the horses and had sent them off running for safety, then joined my friend in the fight once again DawnBreaker and my fire Shout doi
Common Foes [Altair x Reader] (part 1)Common Foes [Altair x Reader] (part 1) by Blubeeny
01. Holding No Mercy
After years of enduring insulting words and hateful stares, you had become unbothered by the multiple gazes that set upon your form, though some of them were hidden behind the steel of worn helmets. The pure smugness that radiated from the surrounding Templars was nothing short of discomfort, sensing their overwhelming doubts in your skills. They thought you an inadequate addition to their purpose, only serving as a setback in their order.
You thought otherwise…
Given that you were a woman, many of them protested against allowing you to even train under the Templars’ cause. In their ignorant eyes, a woman was meant for nothing more than maintaining a man’s home, pleasurable sex, and bearing children. It was a pitiful life, holding no real place in your ambitions. Many women would oppose against your opinion, claiming to be content with the simplicity