The Curse of Modern LifeQuick question. Have you ever been minding your own business, after bumping into an old Gypsy woman, only to be lost in circles? No? Just me? I find that hard to believe, seeing what I do now, but we shall continue anyway. Well, I must say that the oddest thing happened to me only the other day. I was walking home from my usual walk from work to home, I would rather not discuss either, when this woman with the oddest accent came from nowhere held out her hand to ask for something. Naturally I assumed money and told her to bugger off me in favor of not wanting to catch whatever homeless disease she happened to have, and went about my way.
Not a few moments later, three or four steps at the most, did she appear in front of me again. Before, I could have sworn, she appeared out of nothing; now I was certain she did and this was unnerving. I did my best to be polite, nicely pushing her hand away from near my person and stepping slightly to the side. Less steps then even before and she was
The Tale of Captain RedThere is a tale of a sword made of fire from both the heavens and of hell which may give those who wield it the magic to have their wishes granted. A sword hidden on an island, like all treasures of grand power, which can only be found by sailing a ship that has drifted along the Ocean Atlantica currents since the beginning of time and creation. A ship which can find Isle Rai si Iad, The Island of both Heaven and Hell, holding a place only Moartea Lui Barca -Death's Ship- can find; Death's Ship can only be found by one who wears Inel de Cauta, The Ring of Searching and Discovery. During a rising or setting sun, the ring will show only to its wearer the location of Moartea Lui Barca; show a ship that never stops which direction it moves, but never how close or how far; many have called the search for The Sword of Romanian Tale's nothing more than a dream for fools and morons.
To find a black ship with torn sails
A ship made from the dead and sailed by one once-man
To find a dead ship