The Adventures of Einarr Stigandersen

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The Adventures of Einarr Stigandersen updates Tuesdays and Thursdays by noon Eastern time. I am now cross-posting on royalroadl.com, about 2 chapters behind.

Book Six: Einarr and the Isle of the Forgotten

6.38 – Treasure Chamber - “So. Where to next?” Einarr stared for a long moment, not yet quite able to believe his eyes. The jar…
6.37 – Haunts - The five Vidofnings and Runa now ringed the chamber that grew steadily colder – cold enough, now, that the water…
6.36 – The Plan - Einarr and his companions stood gathered outside the hidden chamber in the river cave. Before them, inside, a glowing purple…
6.35 – The Key - “I can go no further,” Guthbrandr announced. “Ahead you will find… me, for lack of a better term. Take care…
6.34 – Journal - On the fragile page beneath Einarr’s fingertips, writing in a surprisingly delicate hand filled the first page of the book.…
6.33 – Ghost Stories - “There never was any old man.” Arkja’s pronouncement fell on the deck of the Gestrisni like a brick of lead.…
6.32 – Departure - While fixing the Gestrisni went about as well as Einarr could have hoped, that still left them groping for an…
6.31 – Gathering Together - “I did, milord.” The earnest-faced fisherman stepped forward, looking vaguely embarrassed. Einarr nodded, curious as to why the man would…
6.30 – Discoveries - “As for you, my Lady Singer, I have questions.” Runa smiled up at him impishly, hugging his arm. “Walk with…
6.29 – Dispositions - Though the spirit had evidently dissipated the wind still howled about the little town. Somehow, now that all sense of…
6.28 – Reap the Whirlwind - Päron? Einarr knit his brows in confusion. Why was she calling it a pear? Päron… Päron… Runa’s story had seemed…
6.27 – Revenant - The dust cloud swiftly resolved itself into a whirlwind, and soon thereafter Einarr could make out the features of the…
6.26 – Spirit Bait - Before Einarr put his new recruits to work, curiosity burned a question through his lips. “What was it drove everyone…
6.25 – Banditry - Einarr bared his teeth at their assailants in a feral grin. So they thought they were raiders, did they? Farmers…
6.24 – Tracks - The tunnel stretched on long past the point when fatigue made itself known in Einarr’s thighs. They had walked all…
6.23 – Secret Passage - Einarr turned on his heel and headed back to the main hall, trying not to smile at Runa’s obvious confusion.…
6.22 – The Salty Maid - The outside of the Salty Maid was unremarkable aside from the signboard hanging above the door, if perhaps a little…
6.21 – Ghost Town - The trail through the hills, now that there was no longer a troll haunting it, would have been a pleasant…
6.20 – Lair - “No.” For a second, the troll’s face hung slack and stupid. Einarr could see the moment when it realized she…
6.19 – Forest Chase - Einarr could not get past the idea that this was somehow still a trap. The troll, apparently guileless, led them…
6.18 – Troll - With a thud as hard as one of the boulders he had been tossing, the troll whose presence Einarr had…
6.17 -Heavy Fire - For the first time since they’d landed here in the middle of that terrible storm, Einarr could see the night…
6.16 – Through the Hills - One of the younger huldra showed them to a trail that, she said, would lead eventually to the human village…
6.15 – The Test - The five spent a second night in the windowless meeting hall, although while the door was still guarded this time…
6.14 – Aftermath - Einarr awoke after fitful sleep as the world around them grew lighter with the daybreak. True to his word, Jorir…
6.13 – The Woodsman - The horned wolf stalked a few paces to Einarr’s left and lowered its head, staring down its opponent. It growled…
6.12 – Wolves - The exposed slate of the cave walls shone white in the moonlight, a gaping maw of blackness beneath daring them…
6.11 – Field Dressing - Einarr kept a nervous watch while the others saw to Irding’s field dressing, neither of them certain how much good…
6.10 – Grasping Branches - As though on cue, the forest itself seemed to come alive around them. The grass and the twining berry vines…
6.9 – Bear - A roar reverberated through the trees as the creature caught the scent of humans. Its unnatural red eyes started directly…

Book Five: Einarr and the Tower of Ravens

Book Four: Einarr and the Demon’s Fleet

Book Three: Einarr Stigandersen and the Allthane’s Masquerade

Book Two: Einarr and the Oracle of Attilsund

Book One: Einarr Stigandersen and the Jotünhall

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