A compendium of Tales
For the reader who wants immediate access to the good stuff
A Tale-in-the-works that you decide the flow of! Ario, Yosen scientist, embarks on the trip of a lifetime across the seas of Rao. Voting times will be announced in the blog, so keep an eye on it!
Timestamp: thousands of years before Present Time
An intimate Tale between a boy torn by the dissonant powers within and his caretaker. To live, is to hurt; but how much more painful is life when death cannot be an option?
Timestamp: about a year before Present Time
A fancy Tale retelling the events of the beginning of time, such as no race remembers it. Technically a Tale that shouldn’t exist, but shh.
Timestamp: about 30.000 years before Present Time
A Tale as slow as the beating of Idora’s heart, that follows her recovery after a terrible ordeal. Here, in this town reached as per her Master’s orders, she becomes faced with buried truths.
Timestamp: several months at least after Present Time
Trigger warning for: suicide
A heart-breaking Tale retelling the day that Devon lost one of his charges, a child he’d viewed as his own, to a terrible decision. This moment pursued him forever.
Timestamp: about 500 years before Present Time
An introductory Tale to Fragments of Selessanneea’s memories, which follows her last day on Aeyuu. She bequeaths her will unto her father-in-spirit, hoping he will be responsive to her plea to end hatred.
Timestamp: about 600 years before Present Time
Marked as 18+ for: descriptive sex scene
A heartfelt, tentatively lewd Tale about Ine, showing both the kindness of her humanized emotions, and the violence of her Denumbran essence.
Timestamp: maybe about 100 years before Present Time,
What sort of Tale will become available? Stay tuned!
All titles and tales found within are (c) to Isabelle ‘Nocturnaliss’ Apel. You may share my work if you credit me and link back to this website, but you may not claim it as your own or otherwise appropriate the creation of Aeyuu or any of its characters. You may, however, write fanfiction, as long as you also share it with me so I can read it.