Author: AysonOhbata

Just a young and selfish man who does not know where his life is leading and could not even care less about where he comes from.

Rushed Start

I recently started a new campaign for D&D called ‘Blood of Elder Race’. I have my reasons for the name of the new campaign. I worked ridiculously hard during the past two months on it; researching fey creatures and the Drows (since my gf was interested in playing a Drow). I had to research elvish culture which I have still not completed. I would have preferred working full time on it but I have a full time job and I was playing the ‘Sunless Citadel’.

Our journey begins aboard The Podargus, a few hundred miles from Emon, on a ship on its way to Tal’dorei. On the upper deck, the bard dandelion is singing is ballad about the 3 girls of his life whom he laid with after he just doing their mother. The song ends with song drunk laughter as a sailor comes together with travelers and nobles. The atmosphere is very jovial. 

While everyone is having a good time on the upper deck of the Podargus, a few men were keeping themselves distant from the crowd. Playing a game of card on a barrel. One of them, thew a gold piece at the bard who has paused to receive a few coins as token of appreciation. 

  • “You told ya to stop, troubadour!? More music! It has brought me nothing but wining hands!”

He is shirtless and has several tooth missing as he is grinning at his opponents and uneven facial hair. The dealer, another fellow sailor, wearing a fez and a white shirt deals one more card to everyone.  As he crushes his adversaries, he looks at the crowd who has been listening to Dandelion

  • “Anyone of you would like a fair game of Quick Queen’s Call?”

Behind them, under the shadows of her hood, a woman with obsidian skin tone is looking from far as a redhead lady, Korri, and an armed man, Marko, makes the way to the card game.

  • “Fair you say? I will see about that but count me in.”

They both sit down in front of the barrel that has been used as table where two cards are dealt.

  • “Let’s start with a gold piece each.”
  • “Fair enough.”

As the dusk settle on the ship, everyone is already very drunk.  A fair amount of men were interested with the redhead who was seemingly unaccompanied and drunkenly dancing on the table. Through persistence and luck, Gustavio, a young man caught Korri as she almost fell from the table. As she struggled to get back on her feet, he went in for a kiss which was immediately haltered by the woman in the hood. Korri used that opportunity to whisper a spell in his ear. Her obsidian skin reflected against the moonlight which just started to shin brighter. The last thing he remembered as he fell unconscious on the ground was her crimson eyes.

Korri got up and brushed her sleeves.

  • “Thank you.”
  • “You should be more careful among men like these.”
  • “True. They are not even my type to begin.”
  • “They truly have no manners.”
  • “I mean they don’t have boobs.”
  • “Oh.”
  • “Where are my manners? Korri, nice to meet you.” she says as she attempts to peer under the hood which causes her new acquaintance to pull it down further.
  • “Tara, nice meet you.”
  • “Not from around here are you? Don’t worry about it, my adoptive father was a Drow too.”

While everyone is being rock to sleep by Dandelion’s lullaby. The sailors notice that the bard has accumulated quite a pot of gold at his feet. It would be a shame if something happened to him.





The party made its way to the door of the manor after convincing the town mayor to let them meet him. They were greeted by a sudden rain pour, the wolves howling and a significant increase of bats. Two guards stand by the door, they were drenched from the rain. Hesitant, they knock at the door.

The party enters the manor after being greeted by the Butler. Even though the party refused the snacks and drink, the butler escorted them upstairs in the office of him master – Ainz Oonze Gooal who was midway conversation with a Goliath. Unknown to them, he was actually under a very deep enchantment that forces him to bow to his will. Since he was still early in the stages on the enchantment, he followed orders but was still acting a bit like himself – trying to break free. This enchantment was a gift to the Order of the Blood to be used to infiltrate the Dralux mountain and come back with the Lance. His manor was horribly empty, he stared at the painting of his family and missed his wife and son who were out working for the Order – collecting information for them and bribing governments.

The party entered the room to make their demands but unfortunately, their ruse did not work as intended as the noble of this house usually gets messages from Mulmaster by crow. His relationship with the Council of Blade dictates that he travels to Mulmaster or receives messages from them only in dire times. Ainz consider the town of Amblewood to be independant but keeps the Council friendly since the fall of Phlan. While the council uses his knowledge of enchantments (despite the ban of magic), he gets to toy with the people of Amblewood as he pleases. Who sent them then?

Having a keen eye, he spotted the aura of the cleric, Samuel and its lawful alignment but it was unusual for him to wield a mace wearing the emblem of Bane. He gave him the benefit of the doubt and was more worried of the prideful dragonborn. He waited for a slip of his tongue – did the council decide that his knowledge was not useful anymore or was the Order after him for turning some of their members – these frail humans do despise vampires after all. He waited for him to reveal his true nature which he did. As the dragonborn killed the crow using magic, he knew that these members of the Order of the Blood had to be taken care of.

He looked at the crow on the ground who was not given any mercy.

  • “How inappropriate.” said the vampire as he placed his wine on his desk next to his quill.

The vampire revealed his true nature – the battle started and since the manor barely held any of his servants at the moment, he called forth his new toy – surely it will make a fine experiment to see him butcher these ungrateful guests.

Ainz almost died and the heroes did manage to escape. As he form himself back from the mist form that he assumed, he stared at the ceiling, his two index fingers at his chin while resting on his bed of silk.

  • “This was a utter and complete disappointment. Azazel will have to answer to this. I have no proof that these men were sent by her. The Blades Council might also be behind this.” he thought.

A gentle knock at the door drags his attention out of focus.

  • “Dinner, sir?” a men in suit  comes into the room with a covered tray, “You have recover.”
  • “Tyrneiros, we are going to have a dinner next week. Invite Azazel, Dagon and Ramiel. We are also going to invite the blades. I want to speak with all of them concerning a threat to our plans for Mana.”




The leviathan

I took this story from a reddit post that inspired me. You might not want to read it to save yourself from spoilers. I am not really following it, just the idea.



The ‘tattooed’ Dralux was one of the strongest tribe of Simphonia. Its warriors followed neither religion nor the law of the Kingdoms, just the law of the strongest. Their leader, Movoi Thenalamune, a Goliath whose intelligence only matches his height. Towering at 8 meters and over 300 pounds, he wields his trident with brutal strength.  The Dralux was the tribe of his father and forefathers but even though they were strong and cunning but not magic proficient.

His brutal strength and speed had no match and even the druids of the tribe could not defeat him.

The warriors have been employed as mercenaries and were looting the noble’s quarters. The corpses of the noble family were being put on display at the entrance by the baron. His coupe worked perfectly and he is expected to be the new King.

  • “The people of Sembia needs a ruler. Without them, our empire is on the brink of invasion. Comyr will pay for what it has done to our people!”

The crowd cheered on the burning corpse of the royal family.

  • “Do not worry. I am a descent of the dragon too and contrary to my brother, I will not succumb to weakness. Death to Cormyr!”

The crowd cheered loudly and chanted with their new leader: “Death to Cormyr!”

The new ruler turns back to the Goliath sitting on his throne. The warriors were looting the castle.

  • “I said you could take a few trophies but not everything!”, the man shouts as he steps closer to the throne.

Movoi was drinking and his guards let the man closer. Two of his guard followed him but are stopped.

  • “Don’t worry. The throne will still be there, we have no interest in your paintings and sculptures. We are only here for the gems.” says Movoi as he keeps drinking.
  • “But that was not part of the deal!!” screams Movoi as more of his guards enters the room.

Movoi grabs onto the man, “You have made a powerful ally, Garon and you had to ruin it.” He throws the new ruler onto his guards and leaps in the middle of them with his trident, swung it like a staff and knocked half of them against the wall, their armor dented with their trident. They were knocked unconscious. His bear tattoo glowed as he grabs onto the one of the remaining guard by the head from the skull above and crushes his skull above Garon.

  • “I will let you live this time, Garon but I will be taking her with me.”

Garon gets rid of the blood on his face and pleads Movoi to stop but Movoi kept moving.



It has been 5 years since the siege of Sembia and although they are still at war, Garon gave up find his daughter, Ecatarina who is now married to Movoi. Contrary to the brute that Garon thought him to be, he was in love with her and she was also one of the strongest spellcaster for her age. Their new lineage should have given a strong fighter and spellcaster but to Movoi’s surprise, she was born with a different tattoo than anyone in the tribe – the one of a leviathan.

The tribe’s sage demanded the baby to be killed but Movoi would not allow it.

  • “Bring everyone in Dralux against her and I will crush everyone of them.”
  • “You would kill your own brother and sisters for her.”

Movoi nudges in silence. The cave that they were in was full of druid. If they all attacked the chief who was unarmed, they had some chances. They hesitated.

  • “Such bond.” said the oldest sage, “I would not sped any blood in this sanctuary if I were you.”
  • Kashiita. Thank you.” answered Movoi.
  • “This man has fought on the front line with his man for Dralux and had brought nothing but strength to our tribe. We are more than nomads thanks to him.”
  • “Agreed but the prophecy.”
  • “Screw the prophecy.”

The elders gasped at Kashiita’s choice of word.

  • “I am old enough to have seen 3 generations of Draluxians die and bury them myself but I have faith in Movoi.”
  • “You may have faith in him but not us, sister.” says another elder, “where is she right now?”
  • “I will reveal her location once we adjourn this meeting. You have my word.” says Movoi on his knees.
  • “What about a seal?” says a fellow elder.
  • “We have no wizard among us and it generally never ends well but if we teach her how to use her strength. She might be our strongest weapon. ” says Kashiita.
  • “Against? We are a warrior tribe who likes fighting. Why should we need an overwhelmingly dangerous weapon?” asked an elder.
  • “Timat? Dieties? Didn’t Movoi’s father get sent to the nine hells for fighting the God of Malice?”
  • “Slaying gods? What next. do you want to slay death, Kashiita?”
  • “But she does bring a point, sister. Our people will one day grow tired of war if our tribe keeps growing and Movoi’s lineage is Darlux’s survival.”

The elders agreed in unison.

  • “But who will train her?”

Kashiita stepped towards Movoi and put her hand on his shoulder. As he rises, she held onto his hand.

  • “Who else than our strongest warrior and smartest spellcaster?





The Fake Hydra

A party of adventurers reach the  high road of Evening Star. The town has been under a heavy fog recently. The fog was not unusual but it was at the start of spring. The party had came into town after they got word that the goblin and the tiefling they were after have been spotted around.

  • “How much for you to tend to my horse while I am gone?” asked Udrik, a tiefling warlock while he feeds his pseudodragon.
  • “3 cp. That will get them food and I will make sure they don’t get too dirty.” answered the stable-boy.
  • “3 gp? Isn’t that a bit much?”
  • “Pardon?”
  • “It’s copper pieces.” a young man joins the conversation as he remove the saddle from his horse and pays the young man, “And be sure to feed him well.”

He flashed his Cheshire smile and fixed his clothing and then his hair. He took out his spell book and mace from his saddle and fixed it to his belt. He glanced at his polished shield and put it on his back. He was a heavily armed cleric.

  • “Now where did Kylantha go?” he asked himself

He spotted his prey on the other side of the stable heading to the nearest inn. He fog was quite thick, better not lose them.

  • “Dammit Emrys, don’t horde her!” he shouts.

He runs after them soon followed by his tiefling friend.

  • “Talon is not with you?” asked Udrik.
  • “Nature called him again. It’s the eleventh time since we left Talonia.” answered the high elf with golden hair wearing a tunic. She points out behind the stable.
  • “Dude. Not in the middle of the town. We are going to get kicked out for sure.” adds the cleric.
  • “Let him be. I am sure we can manage him for now. I am going to book a rooms for us. ” says the other high elf, she had white hair and was wearing a green robe.
  • “I did not know you wanted to head to bed so early, darling. We could wait until the others are asleep.” said the cleric while sipping onto his flask.

Keylantha ignored her and headed towards the inn while the cleric was dragged by Emrys.

  • “Come on, Sam. Let’s go to the Tavern.”
  • “Excellent, my flask needed a refill.”

While walking throughout the tiny town of Evening Star, a soldier who was midconversation with a farmer paused and looked at them.

  • “Are you folks lost?”
  • “We are just travelling. Looking for a tavern.”
  • “You folks looked heavily armed for a drink.”
  • “Oh that?” Emrys panicked. She did not know how to deal with strangers and immediately panicked. She took out her staff from her back which caused the guard to step back, “This is just for self defense. We are here to…. hmmm find someone.”
  • “Self defense? You look more like adventurers to me.”
  • “You could say that. I am more of a free soul myself.”
  • “Free what? You folks seem new to this province. I would suggest you to register with the local Lord. We are currently at war against…”
  • “Oh we have heard of it. We don’t want any trouble.” interrupts Samuel, “Where can we find him?”

Samuel was drunk but it was barely noticeable. The guards gesters at the end of the high road.

  • “You should find a manor there. It takes less than 10 minutes by foot.”
  • “We will be on our way.” adds Udrik

As they walk away, they see the guard keeping an eye on Udrik.

  • “Folks around here don’t seem to fond of Tieflings either.” says Udrik as he takes out his invisibility cloak as soon as they are out of sight.

After a few minutes, they reach a tavern called “The Welcoming Hand” which has a giant hand on it where the name was written.

  • “Wouldn’t hurt if we took a drink before we get to the Lord.” says Samuel as he happily scurried to the tavern.

He walked 5 feet when a body flew out of the Tavern’s door. A cultist fell prone onto the ground chin first.

  • “Cult of the Dragon scum, get out my town before I get really angry.”

A woman stands at the door way, looking at the cultist trying to get up and fumbling back down. Samuels eyes the lady quickly and tries to trip the cultist but slips slight. No one noticed. The cultist runs quickly through the fog. Our adventurers looks back at the woman and sees her chugging down a mug of ale. A wing cat leapt onto her shoulder.

  • “Your town?” whispered Emrys.
  • “And who are you?” asked the woman.
  • “Just adventurers, passing by. We are meeting a friend.” says Samuel, “My name is Samuel and what is the name?”

She peers at them from the stairs and by her appearance, Emrys mumbles the same things that she says out loud.

  • “Terasaril Winter, Lord of Evening Star.” and after a slight bow she adds, “and what brings you here, adventurers?”

Simphonia Side Tales

I have been playing Dungeons and Dragons and it has really helped with my problem. I love writing adventures but unfortunately I am neither good at it nor do I have time now that I am trying to ‘adult’. However when playing D&D, I was able to socialize (God knows I need to do it) and I get to write adventures.

I am going to be trying to write a weekly side tales of Simphonia – it is the world where my D&D campaign is taking place. There is a lot of name drop which is why I love D&D so much is that it is okay to take other’s content but as a writer, you would need to credit the proper sources which I will be doing in my weekly writing.

There are no main characters at the moment. My players are goofing around with inside jokes and I have only partially finished the world building aspects. It will be in a non-linear timeline.

Overall, it is a way to get back to writing and spend it on world building for my D&D campaign. Two birds in one stone!

Some stories might be NSFW. Haven’t decided yet.

The artist for this image is Odin. You can find him on Instagram and Twitter by the username @studio_odin


Just a thought about a new story

There is someone who can travel in-between dimensions. Such a way that he can see and interact but the others can’t see him however can touch him.
They can also see him through a mirror only
The technology that allows him to do that comes from another race that got destroyed.
He spends his days doing pranks. Starting wars.
He fell in love of a human who stole part of her power. She was hoping to find another dimension where her parents are still alive and she isn’t.
Still not sure..

September Update

Havent updated for a while since I know that no one is actually reading anything…

I took drawing classes and so far, my progress have been nothing but miserable and I can only blame myself – trying to balance work, studies and the gym. Another thing is that I should probably hit the books. Aside from hardware and networking books, I have not read much lately.

I tried cutting the gym off but that made me gain 10 pounds. I was so surprised.


A wounded man dropped his sword, reaching over to the body of his friend who has died during the fight between the two neighbouring villages.

Over the hundreds that died in the battle field, he is only hoping to make it out alive. With a broken arrow in the shoulder and deep cuts over his torso, he headed towards his house only to see a young boy who has been killed. He was one of his friend.

Buried in the sheets  that he was carrying was a little thing desperately trying to make its way out. Curious, the man unfolded the sheets and revealed a puppy who didn’t even bark. It’s mouth was moving and tail was curled – the creature was shivering. It tried to bark but nothing came out.

– “Lucky you. He died protecting a mute dog.”

The puppy licked the wounds of his master’s corpse.

– “Stop. He won’t wake up.”

The man got up and stepped away but the puppy bit his pants, trying to pull him back.

– “I told you, he is not waking up.”

He pulled his leg strongly forward and let out a sigh. Even though his wounds are taking a toll on his body, the puppy’s attempt to pull him back failed.

After looking all over the village that is now in fumes, he sees an army in the horizon heading north to Phlan


The house was in a mess – the Christmas tree was still in the living room even though it was spring and on the couch was laying a man who was sleeping with a little kid on the top of him.

The alarm turned on and was buzzing loudly.

“Time to get up sweetie.”

The father, trying to be a responsible adult, woke up and lifted her daughter who is half asleep.

“5 minutes…”

She rubbed her small face tried to hide her face with her hands.

Without any effort, she was lifted to the bathroom and was given her toothbrush

“Come on. Get ready”

A small creaking noise was heard.

“Excuse me. Is there anyone inside?”

The father peeked outside through the planks of wood that were fixed on the window.

“I need help.”

It was a young woman.

Out of her shadows, a few men appeared.

“Daddy. What’s happening?”

The young girl walked to his dad while rubbing her eyes.

“Come here, princess. Just don’t talk too loud, okay?”


The three men behind the woman were worn out but something stood out. They had black spots on their bodies. They were no longer living humans but ghouls.

The young father grabbed his daughter’s hand; without any weapons, he could only save one of them but was there anything else he could do?


“A dark hero, a lonesome character which is strong. The main hero was…”

“That does not sound right…”

A young man in jersey adjusted his glasses and looked back at his sheet of papers.

“This script sounds right to me.”

Another man, not much older than him, stole the script out of his hands.

“Look Cedric, writing a story with a dark hero is not uncommon but you cannot expect too much cliche in it.”

Cedric look at another sheet in which was drawn a character in black.

“B-But I even drew a character sheet. Also, don’t you know my motto, Julien?”

“Don’t expect me to talk about cliche with you. I am here to help you out with your webcomic. Moreover, why did you put pointy ears on your dark hero? On the top of that he has a black cap?!”

Julien was getting quite pumped up by the conversation.

The clients of the cafe in which they were, were staring at them. It was not everyday that people would bring work there and have them all over the table.

“What about a red cape? With his symbol on this chest, the symbol of h-”

Julien cut off Cedric.

“Stop! What are you Gintama? Saying these things out loud?”

A waitress came by their table.

“Excuse me guys, would you mind keep it low, please? You are disturbing the other customers.”

“Sorry, Julien gets worked up easily.” replied Cedric, laughing nervously.