I am guessing from your nick, that English is not your first language? There are a few small issues of grammar, but they are not by any means serious. Just need a little more care
"I heard the Druids mourning strange words..." um, mourning should be murmuring?
"As still blindfolded and saw no danger" I was a little confused here...blindfolded means literally with a cloth over his face. Was he actually blindfolded or did you mean "blind to the signs of danger"?
The idea is great though. I would like to see you develop it further.
One thing that I wondered about was the use of capitol letters in abnormal situations. Were they being used for emphasis? If so, I think descriptive adjectives and adverbs would better serve the purpose, as well as help to flesh out the story. Of course I am no writing, expert having no formal training. I am merely a reader of fantasy.
Work with Allyssa and the Guild and you should be able to whip it into shape.
Technically, the use of capitalisation in "I Was Motionless." is incorrect, but I would leave it. Rules of punctuation are made to be broken, and it is quite effective.
One thing that I wondered about was the use of capitol letters in abnormal situations
Even if the capitalized letters are used for emphasis I don't think it works well as most readers would not recognize it as such. Italics would work better.
Excellant short story, I look forward to reading more of your work.
well that story isnt one of my best...
Which magazine are you writing for if you don't mind me asking? Around here, the only fantasy mags that I've found are White Dwarf, Dragon, and Arcane.
Look forward to reading more