This is me trying to write stories as blog posts instead of uploading PDFs.
This is something I’ve had on my hard drive for a while: Formorians discussing what it means to be a Fomorian. I’ve decided that it makes sense to split these into different blog posts and add new ones as I go. What I’m trying to do here is write from the perspective of people with … Continue reading Fomorians in their own words: Preface
I was not born a Fomorian, nor did I willingly become one. I was in fact born near Headford and, at the tender age of seventeen, was snatched by those bandits known as the Fomorian Brotherhood. How they got past the vaunted Wall of Connacht has never been explained, aside from their poitín-fuelled boasts that … Continue reading Fomorians in their own words: The Nurse
This piece is from the perspective of recurring character Maebh. She was born inside the disaster zone, and so far has shown up as the viewpoint character of Maladaptive Vigilance. As far as she’s concerned, being on the lookout for reality going out to lunch is entirely normal. I am a Fomorian, born and raised … Continue reading Fomorians in their own words: The Clerk’s Daughter
A boy who was forcibly turned into an orc comments on what it means to him
I am of the Brotherhood, and I don’t care who hears it. I’m told you think we’re bandits. That we live just to steal babies and…turn them into us. Make them stronger.
I will not tell where I was born – let the fact that it was a surface village of the League be enough. As a citizen of the League, I sat through the endless classes on being a good citizen. We were taught that everyone must pull their weight in the League for the common … Continue reading Fomorians In Their Own Words: Ms S.