My first post on this new nook. I have quite some stories in my head. Some are of character's I game with in different MMO's. Others are not. I plan to write some of them down and am sharing these here. I hope you enjoy them! Any feedback is always welcome :) Please remember English is not my native language, but I'm eager to learn so please also point out any spelling/grammer mistakes you might find.

The following is a fictional piece following the Guild Wars 2 - Heart of Thorns story finale. If you haven't finished the storyline and still wanting to do so - don't read any further!! This piece contains a major spoiler!!

She fell to her knees and stared at the broken blade in her hands. Bits of resin stuck to the withered petals and she absentmindedly rolled a small bit of it between her fingers. His resin. His blade. Broken. A wail escaped her and tears welled uncontrolled from her eyes. He had been her closest friend. Had shares his doubts and worries with her and she with him. Together they had conquered their fears and had turned the ties, many a time. But not this time. She had done as he had asked of her, begged of her. Slain him and the dragon that corrupted his being with him. And now all she felt was emptiness.

Majory looked at her in shock. It was so out of character for the strong woman she knew as her leader, a woman who didn't flinch in a combat against overwhelming odds, one that stood at the frontlines in every battle she fought with her and one that once again just proved her strength and determination, literally collapse like this.

Kasmeer put her arm around her lover's waist and closed her eyes to clear them of the tears that welled up in them. Was this really a victory?

Braham looked almost as lost as his 'boss'. Another hero of his slain by Mordremoth. Another hero he would never really get to know.

"We need to get out of here." It was Caithe's clear voice that jolted most of them back to the present. It was Rytlock that nodded immediately and picked up the broken woman whom was still sobbing in choked gasps. To his surprise and worry she offered no resistance.