Have you read it? That's one of the easiest way to find your answer, instead of coming here. However, try this link and see if that helps.
I am with the ladies..... Definitely Drea! It's perfect actually.
Always turn left!
Once in cyperspace...turn right
Over there, I think.
Seems to me that if you are asking for a summary of something, you should be reading it for yourself and making notes as you go. That way, you'll actually remember the details when you have a test on this. Good luck.
“Next stop Whisper Falls, Oregon. Whisper Falls Oregon next stop.” I heard conductor call, that’s where I was headed, Whisper Falls, home of semi famous Mt. Whisper. That is where I Tony James Hart would become the first person to complete the climb up Mt. Whisper. It was 8:45 p.m. On a beautiful summer night; … Read more
According to dictionary.com "Necromancy" is:
1. A method of divination through alleged communication with the dead; black art.
2. Magic in general, especially that practiced by a witch or sorcerer; sorcery; witchcraft; conjuration.
Now, as to bringing someone back from the dead - I guess it would depend on how long … Read more
My favorite Medieval fantasy is The Elder Scrolls V: Skyrim because of the many different races: Nords, Elves, Orcs, Argonians. The fact that there are dragons makes it even better. So yes, having different races and creatures makes it better in my opinion.
It is your story, do whichever you feel is right for your story line.
You should probably read it for yourself as you will probably get quizzed on it. Read a bit, write down a little summary of what you just read and then continue until you're done.
The Hulk is just badass, he would kick that slimy lizards butt, To quote the Hulk, Don't make me angry..... You wouldn't want to see me when I'm angry.
Very late but maybe a game taking place in the medieval time? 64-BIT themed?