The Story So Far
Mist rises from the cold earth; born of blood and fire, and Kevin emerged from the belly of the world as thunder heralded his arrival. Kevin's skin. As impenetrable as skyforge steel. His expression never deviated from that of determination. As he began his ascent of the mountain before him he then suddenly changed his mind and decided to go back again. For he had an itch he did! An itch for blood. For blood sustained him, just the mere sight of it would bring a tear to his eye, if his body were capable of producing tears, which it can’t. He broke into a gallop, on all fours he strode, as he raced toward a lone, majestic chicken. The very sight of it brought a red mist over his eyes. Red, being the closest comparable colour, for Kevin did not see using the visible spectrum. His pace quickened, his muscles pumped, and his residual talons honed. With a perfectly timed flick of the hips, his blade leaped from its scabbard and landed flat between his teeth, careful not to bite too hard and damage the steel. As he pounced, he studied his adversary’s fine coat, it’s dark amber eyes, and it’s magnificent mane.
Wait, this was no lone majestic chicken it was the lord of all horses, and my friend for an age. It was all over in an instant. Kevin stood motionless perfectly balanced on one hand as Lord Horseworthy's severed head settled on the ground. In a move more beautiful than a winter sunrise, more graceful than a ballerina, and more deadly that death itself Kevin simultaneously ended the regal beast’s life, and surpassed his own record at one armed pushups. After all, the horse was MY friend for an age - not Kevin's. He has no friends. That would require base level human emotion. The scent of the freshly spilled royal equestrian blood hung thick in the air. This did more than awaken Kevin's appetite however.The ground shook violently as something approached him. In a casual flick of his little finger Kevin was upright once more, blade in hand - just in time to lock eyes with the boat to Solstheim. The majestic vessel came about in the port below, sails furled, with its glorious silver chicken masthead glinting in the morning sunlight. He hastily took the hide from the Lord of all horses, it would make several good sets of breeches, as royal horse leather was all that could contain him. With a skip in his step he rose, booted the beasts head far, far into the distance, and made his way to the gangplank of the ship below. He breathed deep, as he FUS ROH DAH'D the boat!
By uttering the words of the dragon tongue, Kevin unwittingly blasted the boat way up into the air, and all the way around the globe. Across Nern the inhabitants gazed sky-wards wondering what on earth the object could be that rocketed across the sky. Kevin stood unflinching, atop the fore-mast as the boat raced through the air. Steering the craft as best he could he aimed for his favourite place in the whole of Tamriel. He dropped out of the sky only to land Gently into port, at the Solstheim docks.
Unmoved by this incredible feat of aerial navigation on what is obviously a maritime vessel, Kevin boldly stepped from the ship and onto solid land. As he broke into a cruising canter, he heard distant cries as the boat cracked in half and sank behind him, drowning all on board. Kevin smiled. Or was it a smile? No man can tell. But as Kevin left Raven Rock, he remembered he had unfinished business on this puny landmass. He pulled a piece of paper from his inventory, and written atop were the words: