He could not control himself and whipped out his wang and started stroking it furiously, thinking of the Huscarl. After about 20 secon -
Someone was knocking on the door. The Cleric put down the book he got from the Man-at-Arms on the tablet. His "services" were needed, and he had to go. 1350, the Black Plague. Uncountable souls were taken by the pandemic, and it was still on. The Clerics' work was not simply healing your wounds and preaching about our Lord. What History books didn't write down is that they were part of the Order. This board of Clerics were designed ages before the Knight's Templar in order to combat any demonic threat that may cause "problems" in the world. Our most dearest Cleric was part of this organization.
People always thought he is the kind-hearted priest of the little town. What they didn't knew is that he had to satisfy his own morbid curiosity. That's why he was a part of the Order. He could combat the world's abominations, and learn "with" them. If cutting them up is considered as learning. He took dead bodies from the nearby hospital occasionally, to learn about the human body "with" them. He did this for years, and The Archer, The Heavy Knight or even our dear Frenchman didn't knew about it. This time, the organization required the Cleric's most dearest friends too, which is a rare sign.
The Cleric knew that it's the Plague again, he was needed more times than ever in these dark times. Unlike his "usual" equipment when fighting Pirates and Vikings, he used a sword too named "Ahzidal". This sword was blessed by the Clerics to have power against demons themselfs. While normal weapons were effective against creatures, they lacked powers against demons.
They arrived at the town. It was hollow, not a single soul, except them, The Corrupted. Historians wanted to forget about the monstrosities created by the plague, these abominations were once human. After contracting the plague, they became mindless slaves for the demons themselfs.
The Plague itself was created by the demons to make humanity their slaves. The Order didn't want people to get scared, so they covered the demon part up as " a Plague ". Some were resistant against it, just like our heroes. The majority of the people failed to resist, either because they were weak, or the demons offered fake wealth and power, corrupting their mind in the process.
Our warriors prepared, and went forward to "clean" the little town...
My first try with writing. I would like to know how bad it is, and that you guys are interested about a " Yersinia " saga after all, possibly with multiple Chapters ( would depend on me and your feedback).