** STOP PRESS ** Happy Anniversary – Long Live The People of Isle Of Dee A Week of Celebration is ahead in celebration of our adventures through the flood, ourlanding at our new home and the Troll Magic. We have been allowed to have a sneaky peek at the planners table. And we can tell, … More Cryer # 207
*** STOP PRESS *** Invasion! They came over night and left as sneakingly as they came. Who they are is unknown, but what they left is plain to see. An Impaled head tells as much as that someone left a message and beds and supplies have been left behind seemingly in a hurry. The shape … More Cryer # 206
A sleepy town cryer is dragged out of his office by two guards to the center of the village square,poking him hard into the ribs ” Read!” – so he does, opening the parchment he reads aloud : “We hereby decree Dia Latour as acting governor, leader and regent of St Vitus village. As daughter … More Decree
Yes, it is true! We had to wait for it patiently, but now it is finally here, to start this brand new 2014 with the latest scoops from our Isle of Dee. You can find the last issue of the Cryer for free in any of the posts installed around the Isle. You can find … More New Cryer Issue ready for you!
Sitting under the mistletoe (Pale-green, fairy mistletoe), One last candle burning low, All the sleepy dancers gone, Just one candle burning on, Shadows lurking everywhere: Some one came, and kissed me there. Come kiss and dance under the mistletoe that hangs under our village gates -like tango, you need two- and warm each other up. … More A time to kiss…
Last night, while the Survivors of Dee slept -or tried- somewhat loud noises could be heard coming from the old ruined building on the beach. Things were dragged, chopped, tied and lifted, while grunts of effort were mixed with muttered curses in a manly voice. We woke up with one less boat and a new … More How deep can you sleep?
The young child Isabelle runs screaming through the city, screaming in her unintelligible Swedish. Nothing can be understood in English except she keeps repeating the name ‘Laura’