Some pieces from my Toa Mahri Nuparu set cracked today, I had to tape them. Either Karma is punishing me only this year, or Lego's pieces are getting cheaper. God, I hate this week.
I guess this is karma paying me back for whatever it was I did wrong. My laptop's AC adapter is fraying, so now I have to wait until the last day of February before I can afford a new one. I just hope it holds up until then. I can't believe that this was one of the few items cheaper online than in real life. (45 dollars vs 130).
I've started writing a sequel to Osmap's Blog. The new story serial will be posted when its finished.
Sigh... man I'm tired.
- 1 Rahkshi
- 2 Survivors
- 3 Epilogue
- 3.1 Osmap's Blog
We headed toward what used to be Ko-Metru, few Rakhshi could survive there. There was a high chance we could find survivors there, and only Rahkshi of Ice Resistance could penetrate the cold temperatures of the high knowledge towers. As we approached one of the tall spires, Cabor looked around quickly. “Rahkshi,” he growled. I used my mask to quickly look around and Lonmahk used his to locate each of them. “Directly left and 20 degrees from the center!” Lonmahk shouted. Lomyeuh used his mask power to hold back two Rahkshi while a third and fourth lept from a ledge, lunging at Cabor. Cabor threw his spear with great force, gutting and killing one of them. Meufah than lept from the group, unleashing …
Lonmahk used his mask to communicate mentally with Keetongu, finding out what happened from him. About one year ago a makuta was exposed to energized protodermis and grew powerful. A bit too powerful. The new energy caused by his mutation created an energy storm that engulfed most of the world. The mukata did not survive, however before he died he had used his newfound power to change the weather. It now literally rained shadow. There were few survivors, and many of them were Rahkshi. Keetongu had gone looking for survivors, but traveled too far from the lightvines growing where the Archives used to be. Lonmahk then told Keetongu of Kaluma and our current situation. Keetongu agreed to help, but on the condition that we look for survivors …