Join Our Community! Discord Now Open

Today marks the opening of our second social media community, this time on Discord! Just click the link below (and follow the instructions to create a Discord account if you don’t have one already) to join!

Discord is an instant messaging and voice chat program that is free to join and use. I intend to use this community as a place to connect with fans, collaborate creative works (both art and writing), and help any newcomers to the industry get their first foot in the door.

This supplements our Locals community, which is set up more as a Patreon or Twitter platform. Support us by chipping in $2 a month (more at your discretion) to get access to special content as well as participate in members-only discussions. You can find the link for that here: FoxFireFiction Community (

You can also read my former post about it: FoxFireFiction comes to! –

I hope to see you there! Let’s make magic happen.

The Story of Seryth

This is an experiment into a new form of roleplay in World of Warcraft, where I play through the game and write my character’s story as I go, inspired by the quests and sights I see as I go along.

Though perhaps I shouldn’t call it “new”…? As this is what I feel open-world roleplaying games should be and what most of them were in the past. Unfortunately, since about the Cataclysm expansion, World of Warcraft’s storytelling hasn’t involved a lot of player choice, instead running your character down certain railroaded storylines where your character’s, well, character has little influence on the direction of the story. (Though, to be fair, World of Warcraft has never really involved a lot of player choice, except the kind where you simply chose not to do certain quests!) As Seryth is a character I’ve been wanting to develop a story for for several years, I decided to try this experiment with him to give me some ideas.

Prologue: Born and raised in Westfall, there was nothing more interesting about Seryth than the face he was a half-elf and possessed a rotten temper...
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