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A Khajiit, an Argonian, and the Dragonborn walk into a bar...

See the forum thread to read new chapters before they appear here and to see commissioned artwork based on the story.

Obligatory disclaimers/notes/whatever:

- Very, very furry. The only chapters that focus on a human are: 3, 6, 19, 20.

- This blog is considered the canonical version of the story; if a chapter as featured in the forum thread disagrees with something here, the blog post takes priority.

- Entries are numbered according to their order of release in the forum thread, and some chapters that were distinct updates to the thread are bundled together into a single chapter here.

- As with everything I write, the world and characters come first, so expect the first quarter or third of each chapter to be mostly devoid of omo.

- This is not a particularly-happy story. Things will get heavy without much warning - this shouldn't be a surprise if you pay attention while reading, as many of the darker parts of some characters' pasts are hinted at throughout the story. Even so, be prepared for some curveballs.

- Any entry given a proper title instead of a date is considered a story chapter and as such can be expected to focus more on plot, world, and character development than fetish fuel. These chapters will still contain omo but it will generally be lower-priority than in other chapters, which will always involve omo in some way.

- As story chapters are directly analogous to the main quest, boss fights and therefore combat can be expected of them. There will be blood.

- There will be some sex, but as this isn't necessarily my strong suit or main interest it won't be common and generally won't be too detailed either. It will largely be paired with omo in some way but do be prepared for straight up vanilla sex on occasion.

- No I will not tell you the name of Azhani's sister.

Entries in this blog

 

22 | Dragonslayer I

Keerava awoke, but refused to open her eyes. Her bed was too warm and soft for her to get up right now, so instead she snuggled in closer to Talen, pressing her back against his chest and weaving her tail around his legs. This was absolutely perfect. Everything she could ever want was right there in bed with her, so she could forget about everything else – her business, her debts, her dreams, her name, what year it was, what country she was in, everything. So Keerava gave a contented sigh and tr

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21 | Fredas, 9 Morning Star 4E 202

“Dancing through savannah grass, on light feet we glide… Hey, hey, Baandari boy, tap your heels in stride… Hey, hey, Baandari girl, swing your tail beside…” The cold, early-morning air was filled with the sound of singing, not quite in tune or time, coming from a little black Khajiit whose tail swung around contentedly while she wiped down tables in advance of the regulars appearing for breakfast. She tried to be quiet, as the sun had barely risen yet, but being alone meant she didn’t hav

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20 | Morndas, 5 Morning Star 4E 202

Lydia and the Dragonborn had gone down to the dining room early the next morning to prepare for the day ahead of them, the Dragonborn still rubbing his eyes; clearly he hadn’t slept very well, but he had a job to do – one more important than saving the world, of course, because he couldn’t be expected to do that if a barmaid were to murder him for letting her business fall apart in her absence. So he just trudged along to take up a position behind the bar and prepare for what was definitely not

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18 & 19 | Sundas, 4 Morning Star 4E 202

“Anyways, it’s not terribly complicated. Just gotta remember what day it is, is all. Might help to mark off days that already passed, so you don’t think it’s last week, y’know?”                 “Right, but I still do not understand why it has nothing to do with the moons.” Azhani had brought her new calendar to the Dragonborn so he could explain it to her – she learned quickly enough, and was now working on a cup of tea and waiting for people to show up. It was her turn to do all the work a

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17 | Loredas, 3 Morning Star 4E202

“I really don’t want to hear what Valen Dreth would have done.” The Dragonborn waved a piece of bacon across the counter. “I’m sure it’s something asinine like half of the other shit you say he did.”                 Romlyn Dreth held up a finger as he took a spoonful of oatmeal. “Ah, well,” he said when the spoon returned to the bowl. “How would you know if you won’t listen, eh?”                 “Sure, but, how about I tell you a story for once instead?” Bjorn tapped his free hand

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16 | Fredas, 2 Morning Star 4E 202

It took little over a week to return to Riften – twice as long as it took to get to High Hrothgar in the first place – though with no more need to move quickly, the slower pace and more-frequent stops wouldn’t cause any problems. The Dragonborn seemed to think so, at least, for he had explained as soon as he could speak properly that Alduin was unlikely to leave his hiding place for quite some time, if ever again.                 “We got each other good anyways,” he’d said. “Neither of us

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11 - 15 | Season Unending

The next two weeks passed by without fanfare – without the Dragonborn, everything was just business as usual. For the most part, everyone had forgotten he’d even existed. He was in town for a week, and then he wasn’t. It wasn’t unusual for travelers to show up out of nowhere and then disappear right back into nowhere, and considering the vast majority of Riften’s population had better things to worry about than the whereabouts of the Dragonborn, he’d become just another traveler passing through.

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10 | Tirdas, 2 Evening Star 4E 201

The rest of the day passed fairly uneventfully, and Azhani awoke the next morning to find Keerava once again standing over her with a candle before sunrise – though this time it was barely an hour until then, and the Argonian just walked out of the room without saying anything once she saw that Azhani was awake. Figuring staying in bed would not be the greatest idea, the Khajiit reluctantly got out of bed and went about her normal morning routine, yawning practically the entire time, before head

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9 | Morndas, 1 Evening Star 4E 201

Keerava didn’t wake up again until noon. Or maybe it was a few hours after noon. Hard to tell, both because there was still no break in the clouds – though the snow had stopped falling – and also because sleeping far longer than normal left her disoriented. Not that it mattered, since it was still quiet downstairs, which meant Keerava had absolutely nothing that she needed to be doing just then. Well, there was one thing, but that would just be more of an inconvenience than anything. That’s why

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8 | Morndas, 1 Evening Star 4E 201

It was late morning by the time Azhani was awake and downstairs, which made it particularly surprising that there was absolutely nobody at the bar – nobody behind the counter, no Romlyn Dreth telling stories waiting for the socially-acceptable time to drink, nothing. There was the smell of meat in the air, and a fire was going strong in the pit that served as a stove, but beyond that it would have seemed like the place was abandoned.                 Well, abandoned aside from the fact tha

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7 | Sundas, 30 Sun's Dusk 4E 201

"Wake up, we’ve got work to do.”                 Azhani sat up in bed, one hand holding her blanket against her body and the other rubbing her eyes. She wasn’t quite sure what was going on, but she did know that it was dark, except for a candle nearby, and for some reason there was an Argonian standing over her holding that candle and talking to her.                 “Good morning,” Keerava said with a slight smile – or as close as one could get to one with a lizard snout – “long da

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6 | Loredas, 29 Sun's Dusk 4E 201

Lydia awoke a few hours later than she was used to – normally she’d have woken up right at sunrise, but since the Dragonborn was content to stay in one place for once, there wasn’t as much urgency to get up and get moving in the morning. As a result, her entire routine was slower than it normally would be. It took her longer to actually get out of bed and stand up, her stretching was more drawn-out than usual, and walking the entire ten feet to get her clothes seemed more like walking across the

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5 | Fredas & Loredas, 28 & 29 Sun's Dusk 4E 201

Night had fallen by the time Keerava returned to the inn – a day out on the town had tired her out almost as much as working did, but it was still nice to get a day off for once. Plus, if she just quietly slipped away every now and again she could get her new employee used to the schedule and everything involved in that. Worked out for everyone, as far as she was concerned.                 At the moment there was nobody on the ground floor – nobody behind the bar or anywhere else in the pla

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4 | Fredas, 28 Sun's Dusk 4E 201

When dawn broke on the day after the Dragonborn’s arrival, Azhani and Talen were the only two people on the ground floor of the inn. Having awoken only recently, neither of them seemed to have noticed, but when Azhani went to get an apron and broom from behind the bar, she rubbed her eyes, looked around, and asked, “Where is Keerava?”                 Talen seemed surprised to hear a voice, almost jumping and frantically searching the room for the source for a moment before realizing where h

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3 | Turdas, 27 Sun's Dusk 4E 201

Lydia followed her master into a tavern – he was the Dragonborn, so perhaps getting drunk wasn’t the best for his image, but he was a Nord too, and what else would one expect a Nord to do after a fight but drink himself into next Loredas – and she was glad for the chance to rest. It had been a long journey to Riften, and then immediately upon arrival there was a dragon to deal with, and then she had to carry dragon bones halfway across town to give them to some other poor sap who then had to fi

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2 | Turdas, 27 Sun's Dusk, 4E 201

Azhani woke up suddenly – there was a loud noise, but for some reason that wasn’t the concern at the moment. She sat up in bed and looked around, trying to remember where she was. She blushed when she realized why she had ended up in this inn room, and then stood up and went over to the window to retrieve her only clothes. Dry, with a hint of stale urine smell, but perfectly wearable otherwise – not that she had a choice. Looking out the window she determined that it had been at least twelve hou

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1 | Middas, 26 Sun's Dusk, 4E 201

Keerava was sitting on her stool, behind her bar, in her tavern, just as she did every day. Every second of every day, according to some, since nobody ever really saw her leave from that spot or the main dining hall – rumors had it that she didn’t even sleep. No wonder, with how annoying some of her regulars got. Like that Dunmer, who was walking up to the bar at just that moment.                 “Have I told you about Valen, my dear?” He leaned on the bar as Keerava turned around to get

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