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Silk and Sword

Last update: 8th Aug 2021, 12:00 PM
Violent Content Sexual Situations
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In the heart of Goshenia, a desperate queen sends her daughter away in the hopes that she will live. As the not-so-little princess grows, an uncommon thief meets an astute lady of the night. And above them all rises the new queen, her careless footsteps finishing the path their ancestors set them on long ago.

Friends and family alike must survive in a crumbling society as the dead rise around them and unknown evils stir in the palace. Hope and courage may not be enough, but one thing is certain - in the end, life will always prevail.

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JammyTheBirb
JammyTheBirb
Your friendly neighbourhood avian, and local chicken expert. Also, still a loyal supporter of our lord and saviour, Legs.

Hi. Welcome to my profile. Doop de doop.

Here is my beloved protégé, Niel. image
Shadow fury. Never forget.

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Awarded by the great Clanjack Farlo for being an acceptable human. (That's right, I'm human, I swear)


Lilbluebox
A writer through and through. Specializes in fantasy, character driven tales, and feelings.

Most recent comments left on Silk and Sword

JammyTheBirb
Ah, thanks so much! We had to go with what works best for both our working styles, so I'm really glad there's an audience for it! c:
Bro! This storybook style is so unique. The more focus on prose than the art may deter some people but I for one consider it as the best of both worlds. Art *and* prose? Come on! I'll be binging this haha.
JammyTheBirb
Yeah, a lot of liches, especially in this time'll be shown wearing some kind of shapeless potato sack deal, heh. Being skeletons, I guess they are pretty androgynous, and the people who put them to work don't really care about their gender.

It's not very unusual for living Goshenians to look androgynous either though, and there aren't really any strong taboos about what people wear.
Microraptor
A lich of unknown name being appellated as "he", but who seems to wear a dress...
So I guess due to them basically being animated skeletons, there's anatomically no easy way to tell if a lich was a man or a woman when still alive?
JammyTheBirb
Things have been going well for these two!
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