Mabel, Chapter 4: The Danger is Here

What hadn’t been clear to Mabel—and what Oginn had been hiding from her new friend despite knowing that cats were oblivious to changes in heart—was that the girl was looking for a change in occupation. No longer did she want to grow to live her mother’s life, always warm and able to take care of … Continue reading Mabel, Chapter 4: The Danger is Here

Mabel, Chapter 3: I’ll Take it, Friend

“I take every opportunity I can to do something like this,” Graff huffed as he jogged along the snowy path, the black cat struggling to stay in his arms. “It’s just so—just so darn cold.” He passed a few norn and bounded down the frost-caked stairs. “Out of the way!” he shouted. “I’ve got a … Continue reading Mabel, Chapter 3: I’ll Take it, Friend

Mabel, Chapter 2: Increased Traffic to Hoelbrak

Rytlock wasn’t in. He hadn’t been in for months, they said. Mabel didn’t understand. They had been walking in circles for a long time, and yet they were in a completely different place. And now her owner was shouting. “Yes, I know he’s a very important man, but if his mission is so important, then … Continue reading Mabel, Chapter 2: Increased Traffic to Hoelbrak

Mabel, Chapter 1: Lionguard are Only Slightly Useful

Mabel did not like this trade-off she experienced with the shifting of holidays. Though she was not aware of it, Halloween was the event that brought Tyrians from all walks of life to Lion’s Arch. The children chased her around the square during this time; hugged her tightly around the belly if they ever caught … Continue reading Mabel, Chapter 1: Lionguard are Only Slightly Useful