slaves

  1. Bastian

    Private Tales What the Sea Holds

    Aina O Ka La "Captain!" Bastian's voice echoed out from the top-mast. The Navy had been surprisingly easy so far, even simple. When he'd run away he had thought that things would be a lot worse, that he'd be thrown into some dark corner of the earth and hardly see the sun. Luckily Bastian had...
  2. Trahaearn

    Private Tales Rock and a Hard Place

    Trahaearn kicked himself continually as he was drug forward towards the auction block. He had remained compliant for the majority of this trip. Trip may have been the wrong word exactly for the situation that he found himself in. He had truly been a fool for listening to the idle chatter of men...
  3. Jame Hawthorne

    Private Tales Motley Men

    ______________________________ Ida-Hurapu. Jewel of the Baal-Asha River and totality of Southern Amol-Kalit’s massive slave trade; Ida-Hurapu’s inhabitants experience a higher status of living than most, often with land owning farmers given droves of slaves to ensure a constant export of grain...
  4. Poppy Rowan

    Private Tales “People aren’t cargo, mate.”

    “All in a day’s work. Good job, men.” A smirk on her face and a bloody blade held in her hand, surrounded by several other questionable-looking men. This would typically be quite the shocking scene, but this was a rather common sight in Cerak At’Thul. The place was a haven for the worst type of...
  5. A

    Open Chronicles The Runaway Slave

    The wind passed through the grasses of the wide and open field, shaking them as though they were smoldering flames. The sun could be seen rising, beams of light breaking through the clouds to paint the grassland in orange light. It was a quiet morning, with the most intruding sound being that of...
  6. E

    Quest Those for The Mines

    Cortosi Coast Gal Elise hated the coast. It was wet, it was salty, and it was filthy. Her hair always frizzed this near to the ocean, and she couldn't help but think her clothes would get ruined one way or another. Even standing upon the small wooden platform she couldn't help but think some...