But It’s What My Character Would Do!

A Faewalk Anthology

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Welcome to Nat 1 Publishing’s shared universe of Faewalk. But It’s What My Character Would Do! is the first anthology of all-new content expanding the fantasy world, showcasing a vibrant collection of original short stories set in Faewalk’s Dagger Shores and beyond. From pulse-pounding action to heart-wrenching drama and steamy encounters, these tales promise an exhilarating journey through a realm where magic, clichés, and mistimed plot points are a part of everyday life. In between these covers you’ll find twenty short stories that go hilariously astray because, as every RPGer and author knows, even the best-laid plans only hold so much authority over what their character would do.

Contained within this volume are the stories

  • “Dungeon Fodder: Loot Division” by B.S.Roberts and Jason Willard
  • “Bad Idea” by B.S.Roberts
  • “Take the Left Turn” by Douglas Goodell
  • “Bernie Cullway: Magical Process Server” by Jason Willard
  • “Clubbing Day” by Nathan Straub
  • “Helllura the Necro-Romancer’s Song (to the Recently Departed” by Penny Blood
  • “Romulus and the Great Eclipse” by Aleksandar Mirkovic
  • “Two Red Stones and the Squid of Doom” by Mord McGhee
  • “Couch Surfers: Origins” by Anthony Celano
  • “Unceremonious Entrance” by Jeff Kirkley
  • “The Neopolis Gorillas Take the Field” by Francis Wiget
  • “An Encounter with the Prankster’s Guild” by Tom Pedersen
  • “Bacon Gone Bad” by Rodney Hatfield Jr.
  • “Fallen for My Trap” by Amanda Meyer
  • “Morvin the Meticulous” by Jason Willard and B.S.Roberts
  • “The Borrowing” by Aleksandar Mirkovic
  • “Farm to Tavern” by Anthony Celano
  • “Midnight in the Tower of Torment” by Loran Cook
  • “Sae’ruh’s Wicked Sword of Penetration” by Macy Blush
  • “Malcolm Moondance has Mad Skills” by Merdhin Wylde

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Trigger Warnings
Significant: –
Moderate: physical violence, sexual content
Mild: abuse, death, abduction,
Implied: bigotry