Felarya: Part 1: Tavern TalesSet securely inside the vast walls of Negav, the Stitch-Lip Tavern was known to draw all kinds of troubled and traumatized individuals. Whether they be the last survivor of a party ambushed by predators, an explorer driven slightly loopy by the sights in the deeper jungle, or just weary war veterans who are looking for a place to trade battle stories, the Stitch-Lip was the perfect place to seek the company of broken people.Felarya: Part 1: Tavern Tales by Rythmear
However, this was hardly reason to call every man inside 'friend'. One quality many of them seemed to share was an intense distrust and hatred of all non-human creatures. In many cases, this hatred is entirely justified - having seen your best friend and colleague vanishing down the gullet of a snake-woman would do that to someone. But in more than one case it's simply a matter of principal...
To them, the larger creatures of Felarya showed no respect whatsoever to Humans, and any chance they get to take one of the 'freaks' down was pounced upon. Few people outside
Orphaned in FelaryaA loud series of tree branches cracking filled the night air of felarya followed by several screams echoed. A family of five had just woken up to find themselves placed high in a large tree, the shock causing them to fall through the branches and to the ground. Luckily for them, they weren't too high up to begin with and laid on the ground in a moaning heap of parents and children.Orphaned in Felarya by neko-pet
Kirt, the father of this family, sat up and looked at his wife and three children in concern. "Everyone alright?" He said in a grunt, trying to mask his pain and fear as it was he who had been the cushion that had broken everyone's fall. He was a muscular man with brisled brown hear and cared more for his family than anything else, even his own life. In relief, he saw his family sitting up, moaning and complaining, but alive none the less.
"We're fine" Jane, his wife said dazedly. She was a slim woman with long, red hair and a beautiful face. The shine in her eyes made every day worth it for Kirt. "But, wher