Faerie Lord

He was tall and thin. His short, silver hair was streaked with black curls and fell in light, airy locks around his pale, angular face. Glowing eyes of silver were deeply set into his skull. He wore a simple black tunic edged in silver and tall, black boots. A flowing black cape with a high, fur collar was kept around his thin shoulders.

This was Gabriel, loyal servant to the Queen, betrothed to the Princess, and sworn enemy of Leif. A powerful duke in the north, Gabriel’s main duty was to serve the Queen. He had eagerly been looking foreward to his wedding to her daughter, the Princess, but Leif had foiled their plans.

Leif was an interesting character. The stubborn knight served the Princess faithfully, and snatched her away mere hours before her wedding to Gabriel. Rumor had it that he had hidden the fair Princess in the far-off, dangerous Mortal World.

Gabriel scowled. How–and why–did the Princess manage to sneak out of the palace right before her wedding? Was she really more loyal to her father, the exile King, than to her mother?

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~ by w1s3r on April 27, 2010.

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