The Kerrnow Tales - Prologue
Published Sep 28, 2009

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This is a TS2 medieval story. If you don't like fairies, witches and mythological creatures, do not read it.

This is a TS2 medieval story. If you don't like fairies, witches and mythological creatures, do not read it. The king and the queen of any kingdom have to set the example to the people of the land, beggining with a large family. The Dimrills were a happy family, not so big, but absolutely royal in the real meaning of the word. King Daron had a good and noble heatr. He was honest and kind. And that he tried to pass on to his children so that one day the boys would become honourable men. Prince Baudwin (the heir of the throne)... ...and Dale (the younger prince). Little princess Branwen was far too young to learn anything, except that she was very much loved by her parents. At that age she belonged entirely to her mother. She was Quen Mawde's joy and happiness...for such a long time the queen wished to have a baby girl... The king was always with his children when the work of Estate allowed him to. Before being a king, he was a father who loved his family very much, and we al know that in medieval times it was not a very common behaviour. Since Branwen was born, the queen spent less time with her male children. The king noticed they missed her presence very much and tried to explain it was perfectlky normal to a young man to miss mama, but it was time to grow up and become little men. They might even become his esquires Dale was the one who could not accept that. He missed his mama terribly and blamed Branwen for that. It was all her fault! If she were never been born, it wouldn't have happened! Ever!
Baudwin, the older brother, now a teenager, knew all about Dale's feeling towards their sister
Baudwin: You should not think this way, little brother. Brwanwen is a gift of God to our parents, you should rejoice that mother is now so happy. You 'll see, she will grow up and you two are going to play together
Dale: She stole my mama from me...and I can never forgive that...
Baudwin: Do not say that ever again, Dale!! She is our sisiter, no matter what you might think or feel about her!! Know that!
In time it was difficult for King Daron to conceal that Baudwin was his favourite child. The beautiful prince was kind-hearted. He started to think about a possible marriage to his adored son.
And for Dale as well. Aliances throught marriage were the best one. Later on he would think of Branwen...
The two princes were almost adults now. Each one had his men-in-arms to command and Baudwin helped his father in the afairs of Estate, learning, thus, to be a good king when the time was right for him to be one. Not Dale. He was still the little prince.... But...unfortunately, the two brothers weren't very friendly anymore as they have been in childhood And all because of two women...their sister... ...and their mother An unfortunate surprise came to pass in an autumn afternoon...
The queen very saddened because she was the reason of the quarrel of her children, suddenly felt unwell and passed away before anybody could help her...
Dale was inconsolable... because of the death of his mother, the Queen After that, the two brothers became almost undeclared enemies.
The king followed his queen the next winter and Baudwin became king
Branwen became a fine girl... and she looked very much like her late mother, the queen.
The king her brother loved her very much.
Prince Dale hated her with all his heart and soul...and he had plans for both the king and the princess in mind... Dale: One day the king will *The End of the Prologue*

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#4IllandryaSep 29, 2009

Great start! Poor Dale, it can't be easy being the middle child and feeling less favoured by both parents. I'll be reading on to see what plays out next.

#5dizzydianaOct 1, 2009

great start, nice story \:\)

#6SandraROct 1, 2009

Great story and great shots!!!

#7martoeleOct 5, 2009

A very fine start with a lot of problems ahead. My compliments for the whole surrounding and set up. It really looks medieval. I would like to rate 6 but allas...

#8charrayOct 5, 2009

Very good start \:\)  5.0 \:rah\:

#9drewsolteszOct 6, 2009

Very good beginning, great use of custom CC, gave it a real authentic feel. And the princes are adorable, great job!\:\)

#10Little SeerNov 6, 2009

Looking forward to you working on this story and the other one also.  Both are very interesting.  Cheers! \:\)

#11elfa_moNov 11, 2009

Amei Annie... Muito show!!

#12isarpgistaFeb 17, 2010

Annie, ainda não tinha visto esta história sua... Menina, maravilhosa!!!!!!! \:D
[Annie, just now I read this story of yours... It's wonderfull!!!]

#13tishacatMay 24, 2010

Good start. Please write more. \:\)

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