Everything about Illarion that fits nowhere else. / Alles über Illarion was inhaltlich in kein anderes Board passt.
((tank you to Morbius))Morbius wrote:Chimneys: The chimney towers above you on the rickety roof top, its stone worn and stained from smoke.
Trees: A single raven sits perched on the branch of a long dead tree, its greyish white bark peeling away in many places. A single caw from the bird echoes into the air as it flaps its wings restlessly.
Statues: A graven figure of a proud warrior clad in thick armour. This statue seems quite old, the man’s nose broken, his face worm and chipped.
The top half of the statue lies on its side not far from its legs. The shaped stone appears ancient, any distinguishing traces worn away long ago.
Pillars: A dark ominous pillar. A splat of crimson along its length would likely send shivers down the spine of the faint hearted.
A sturdy strong pillar carved from granted with many an ornate carving. Those familiar with dwarvern scripts would easily recognise the craftsmanship of the dwarves.
Before you stands a thick stone pillar with several large chunks broken from its length. Whatever did this would have been powerful indeed.
Paintings: Your eyes settle on the image of a proud looking man with a slight smirk tugging at his lips. His eyes are an icy blue, his hair lengthy and dark. On either cheek you see a long thin scar trailing from jaw to cheek-bone.
A young man with thick waves of long brown hair and a set of deep brown eyes stare back at you with a slight smile on his lips. He has two exotic marking on his face, one his forehead, the other his left cheek.
Graves: A simple grave stone with the following text juts out from the earth, long strands of grass sprouting from its base. ((Insert desired name/message here. ))
An older grave with a ring up mushrooms at its base catches your eye, a simple graven into the stone.
A somewhat grander grave looms in the centre of the graveyard. Upon it the statue of a demon spreading its wings while it tilts its head back in a howl is fixed to the stone tomb. The text at its base is covered in a thick layer of grime and moss.