Emagean's Chamber (Erath 22)

Vue Fantasy posted on Jan 02, 2011
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Now here is where it became tricky again. Kavalla knew the entrance to Emagean's treasure chamber was only large enough for humanoid sized creatures to enter. Silver dragons can change shape inherently, so that would make it impossible for the larger dragons with him to enter. But again he would need all three to cast spells to open the chamber door. After a lengthy debate and many threats, the three dragons agreed and the deed was done. A large silver door appeared at the end of the corridor, flanked by two glowing globes. All traps were disarmed, and the door stood before them, but was not open. The dragons quickly angered, but Kavalla announced that this was his part now. Walking up to the door Kavalla pulled out an amulet that hang from a chain about his neck. He held this forth to the door and a seam formed in the middle then widened as the doors swung inward to reveal the chamber beyond. Kavalla entered and was dazzled beyond belief. A temple like structure with a great silver dragon statue dominated the scene and was surrounded by coffers, armor and arms, statuary and there was even a desk with books scattered upon it. Kavalla only had a vague idea of exactly what he was looking for, but his master had told him he would know it when he found it, the amulet was the key. So Kavalla began his search. Meanwhile, outside the chamber, the dragons were becoming impatient, as is their nature. Kavalla was becoming annoyed, but then a stone box on its own pedestal caught his eye. It was stone, with a stone lid and covered in reliefs of dragons. He stepped over to it and his amulet grew warm and a faint buzz came to his ears. Important magic. When he opened the lid he saw another smaller, less descript stone box. He reached in and lifted it up and held it out, his ears buzzing the whole time. He removed the lid and to his surprise observed a fair sized white marble orb with dragon images all over it. So, it was real he thought. Looks like he was going to have something to give to the dragons after all. He'd heard the rumors and stories and used this as a ruse to get the aid of the dragons. He replaced the lid and placed it back in the larger coffer, then continued to look for his own reason for being here. He soon noticed a four foot length of twisted wood nearby and walked towards it. His amulet immediately grew hot. So hot, in fact, that it seemed to burn his skin. The buzzing in his ears grew to a loud ringing and when he touched the wooden rod his whole body seemed to burst into flame for less than a second. He knew he had found it. Just then a muffled boom shook the ground and he could hear the dragons outside the chamber suddenly snarl and growl in their own language. Kavalla heard a roar he recognized as Hrague Mor's, then heard what seemed to be her massive body receding through the corridor. Dasak Min yelled to Kavalla to "Speed it up, it's time to go!" Kavalla tied the wood rod securely to his back and then went back to the orb in the stone box. He lifted the box and while looking it over a loud crack and boom resounded outside the chamber practically deafening him. He heard squeals, growls and a roar that sounded like thunder. Some other dragon has just shown up, Kavalla knew. The taste of electricity was in the air as well as the smell of charred flesh. For once, Kavalla was quite unsure of what to do next. Stay tuned. More to follow soon. Thanks for looking and comments. Poser Pro and Vue 9I

Comments (20)


eekdog 9:01PM | Sun, 02 January 2011

the atmosphere in this is top notch! excellent work my friend. / Steve


anitalee 9:11PM | Sun, 02 January 2011



alessimarco 9:22PM | Sun, 02 January 2011

~Really wonderful scene composition! So many excellent details! Top work!~


Seaview123 9:28PM | Sun, 02 January 2011

Very detailed scene! Great job on this picture!


CrownPrince 9:37PM | Sun, 02 January 2011

And here we go! Wait!! Did i read something about electricity? Yes, yes i did... Hadron Kahn!!!!


FaeMoon 10:58PM | Sun, 02 January 2011

Wow, you really know how to tell a tale! Have me on the edge of my seat here. :) You have done such terrific job with your textures and materials in this one, that along with a dramatic composition and lighting makes is so amazing to see! Wonderful work!


castaneda 12:29AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Gorgeous lighting. Night scenes are tough to do. Excellent


SIGMAWORLD 3:22AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Excellent scene and story. Well done!


bigbraader 3:29AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Very nice!


shadownet 4:56AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Wow! Your lighting alone makes this a 10! Fantastic!


capelito 6:11AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Beautiful and wonderful work.


mgtcs 7:02AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

What a marvelous details in this scene, fabulous lighting and a great story! Well done! **


drifterlee 8:41AM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Wonderful details and lighting!!

KnightWolverine 8:53AM | Mon, 03 January 2011



ragouc 12:31PM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Very good light and scene.


sim3344 1:22PM | Mon, 03 January 2011

Great composition and details, good work on the lighting, Great job!!!!


jmb007 3:42PM | Tue, 04 January 2011

belle scene!!


starfire777 5:33PM | Tue, 04 January 2011

Fantastic work!!!


brewgirlca 1:14AM | Wed, 05 January 2011

Oh wicked, it has been a bit convuluted to follow but here the story is very clear... except maybe the white stone. The chamber looks like a fantastic tomb and the image really needs to be seen full size to appreciate what is going on here.


Brian S. 5:06PM | Wed, 05 January 2011


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