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Skyrim Fan Fiction chapter 2“Good, you’re finally awake,” a muffled voice mumbled. Vorith slowly opened her eyes and groaned, her head pulsating. She gasped as her eyes finally started working. There were so many colors! Colors she had never seen before, colors she couldn’t even name! She could hear the rain outside, the birds screaming and the chatting from the other halls! She stood up and shivered quickly hugging herself her teeth clacking together, making her bite her own lip.Skyrim Fan Fiction chapter 2 by Nimari-shinigami
“Ouch, damn it,” she shivered and quickly wiped her mouth.
“Interesting, not everyone recovers so quickly from Lord Harkon’s embrace,” a harsh male voice pondered, making Vorith looks in that direction. At end of a coffin was a Dunmer leaning over her, inspecting her as if she was a test subject. Vorith took a step back her heel hitting the wall of the coffin making her fall backwards and right into a weapon rack, making an iron sword fall down on the floor with a loud clatter.
Skyrim Fan FictionLord Harkon was pacing back and forth in his chambers, his footsteps softly bouncing off the walls. He had sent out a group of newly bred vampires to search for his daughter, Serana. She had run off with his former wife, Velerica. After their undeath, Velerica had become more and more distant, and dragged their daughter with her. Harkon missed their daughter, more than you’d expect from the harsh lord of the court. His heart might have died, but she was still his only daughter.Skyrim Fan Fiction by Nimari-shinigami
He sighed and sat down in his second throne, the leather of his armor creaking in protest against the movement, CuSith was lying on his side in front of the fireplace, breathing calmly enjoying the safe fire, his leg twitching once in a while. After finishing a goblet of warm blood, Garan Marethi almost banged on his door, instead of knocking. “My Lord, there is something you need to witness!” Harkon could hear Garan’s joy about something, which was highly unusual since Garan