Ryan Brodesser

Rookie - 64 Points (9/16/1994 / California)

Prophecy For Character


A hero, from silver metal forged

Will end the horrible scourge

That hangs over in clouded darkness.

On this trail

Meet a companion with the devil on his tail

On the run, nobody's son

An escape pawn

On the run from the evil from the deal, in which that he helped spawn.

Meet the foe in castle dark

To this warning, you must hark,

Trust not the man with sylvan light

For he will give you nothing but woe and plight

Defeat the man who follows madness heart

Or all sanity and order will depart.

Son of magic, in iron chain no more

You are the strength of heroes iron core

You will free a nation, your kin, your soul

Wrestle it from the sorcerers control

Oh hero from iron born, unquenched hate

Uptake this quest and complete your fate

Submitted: Saturday, March 01, 2014
Edited: Thursday, March 06, 2014

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An old poem sitting around for a warforged dungeons and dragons character so I wrote a cool prophecy for him. Please R and R!

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