"Decea bore the gifts and markings of the Elemental Dragon of Air, and clarity was her birthright. She stopped imposing forms on the clouds of her mind, and allowed her thoughts to wander, that she might better see the true shape of the world."
When the Dragon-Blood Decea finds herself fiunexpectedly in the small fishing village of Elknell, she quickly realizes something is amiss... [click here for more]
Novia Claro made him up to cover her own tracks while she investigates the murders of Hushanti's priests in Nexus. He's a convenient ruse, a rumor to spark the people's imaginations, distract them from her actions, and nothing more... until the day he bursts forth from the river and offers Novia his help.
Now he's hunted by several Dragon-Blooded, and Novia has to figure out whether she can trust... [click here for more]
While most Sidereals were preoccupied by the factional infighting born from the arguments regarding the Great Prophecy, fifteen-year old Hoyd’nis Sid was too busy wondering if there was any chance in all of Creation for her to catch the smoldering gaze of the young dynast lieutenant, Cathak R’sel. But a greater conspiracy is unfolding, and the two might find themselves part of a something... [click here for more]
While it was common knowledge, if knowledge could ever truly be common among the Sidereals, for a vizier to live an auspicious life even before their Exaltation, the fact of the matter was this… Hoyd’nis Sid lived a colorful and unpredictable life. So indeterminate was her life that even the Five Maidens themselves were confounded by the threads of her Fate. Sid was quite young compared... [click here for more]
During the last half of October 2018, the Exalted RPG Discord organized a short story contest under the "Spooktober" theme, in this instance about stories featuring mainly horror and scary themes. Of more than ten entries the first three winners would be given specific prizes, including the creation of this PDF.
The booklet contains the following stories:
"Of the Dark and the Dead", by Katherine... [click here for more]