The Witcher - The White Flower

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  1. [Fanproject]
    (The original description can be found at the bottom; 'Details')

    The White Rose
    All stolen away
    As I’m reborn again, alone

    Spreading my wings I soar with death
    Love shall spring from the darkest of white
    When or how distantly may it be heard
    How sweetly they whisper, the wings of the past

    The white flower
    Is the voice
    With just its shattered eye

    The white flower
    With just its made-up dance
    I shall dance in nightmares that day

    With nothing I break away from death
    Emerging from a field of death
    Pregnant with the whitest of white
    This pitiful memory is ripped away

    The white flower
    Is the voice
    With just its prayer of blood

    The white flower
    Is the power
    With just a day of repentance
    All shall disappear

    This disaster
    Shall wait and fall
    For the time it shatters, to dream

    The Story so far
    "Anybody that has seen the woman with a flower as her right eye is to immediately report this to the local guard. She is found guilty of the massacre of Brenna, the murder of countless families and is responsible for the massacre in our local tavern!", the Towncrier shouts in the streets of Ard Carraigh.
    "She has been seen to venture south, crossing the Pontar. Whoever is to return her head, is promised a reward of 10.000 Crowns. Returning her alive is not an option." The Towncrier speaking 'not' very clearly.
    "She is very dangerous, Kaedwen will not take the risk to let her live."

    Two Witcher were seen heading west towards Tretogor. Those two witcher are said to have been involved in the massacre of Ard Carraigh's Tavern... Their destination yet unknown.

    How to join
    Join the group and create a character on this thread:
    The RP will be done within that group.
    The OOC can be found on the group as well

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