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Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Eight

February 19th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Matthias looked worried when he and Sonia returned. He sat down in one of the armchairs and scowled at the television. Sonia looked more pensive than worried but still not happy.

“What happened?” Karen asked.

“Nothing on the surface,” Matthias said. “He seemed to accept what we were saying and even seemed happy about it, but…” He trailed off, his frown deepening. Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Seven

February 15th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Relief seemed to be the primary feeling on the news when they got back to Earth. The commentators weren’t sure that it would have an effect on the emergences and similar but apparently they all felt that the sky returning to normal was a good sign. What did catch Lydia by surprise was that they were aware its closure wasn’t spontaneous. Apparently the energy Darylyan had poured into the sky had been visible, even though he’d done it in a remote spot. Someone had captured it on their mobile phone and the various channels were playing it over and speculating what had happened and who had done it. Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Six

February 12th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“Turn it up to eleven?” Lydia said. “How do we do that? Actually, how do we do the confusion thing to start with?”

“It’s easy,” Matthias said. “For us anyway. You instinctivly do it against hostiles already–” He broke off and turned to stare at Alsia. “That’s why you won’t tell anyone where Keylaria is, isn’t it? She’s subconsciously hiding herself and you trust her subconscious’s judgement? At least I get the sense she’s not aware of herself yet.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Five

February 8th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“I think we can wait a while longer,” Matthias said. “But not too long. For now, what did the visions we now have a record of say?”

Adrian frowned. “Well if her visions were right, my ancestors wanted dragons because this Eater of Worlds both can’t stand the taste of psychovores and is vulnerable to attacks from them.”

“Twisted,” Julie said. “Our ancestors were very twisted if they thought this was a good solution.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Four

February 5th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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By the time Indaturan returned with Marian and the diary blocks, Darylyan was awake and had double checked Kezia, Celeste and Asra for boobytraps. Now he was sitting in the corner of the room reading a book while Alsia sat as far from him as she could and studiously ignored him. Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Three

February 2nd, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“What other options?” Adrian asked. “Because I’m drawing a blank.”

“Well first we need to know exactly what the blocks that are missing said,” Alaryia said. “Not just a summary.” She looked at Julie. “Do you remember?”

“Not really, my husband took Sean down there and I only got the cliff notes version from him myself.” She frowned. “As I said, most of the missing material was a lament that they shouldn’t have trusted Xantaria.” She drummed her fingers on the arm of her chair. “But there was something else. He quoted it exactly because it was so weird. ‘Hunger to fight the hungry. Beware the Eater of Worlds.’ Which means absolutely noth–” She caught the look on Alaryia’s face. “It means something to you?” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part Two

January 29th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“You’re being more understanding than I expected,” Kezia said after Celeste and Asra had been taken to a seperate chamber to rest. “We betrayed the family.”
“You were coerced,” Adrian said fiercely. “No one here blames you for protecting Cel.”
“Though you have got to tell James that Cel is his daughter,” Matthias said. “Why did you deny it? We asked before you realised she was in danger.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Nine Part One

January 26th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Both Asra and Celeste were still sleeping off Halia removing Xantaria’s venom capsules when the group took them and Kezia back to Alaryia’s palace. Alaryia immediately strode over and pushed a pendant into Kezia’s hand.

“Is this like the one Tara has?” Kezia asked.

Alaryia nodded. “We need you to tell us exactly what happened and you can’t do that if you’re about to fall down.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Eight Part Fifteen

January 23rd, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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When Adrian returned, he not only had Celeste Laverne and Lucas with him but also an older woman who immediately slumped towards the floor. Adrian caught her and helped her sit on the bed.

“I told you this was a bad idea, Aunt Kezia,” he said, as Celeste rushed over to Asra.

“No, it’s fine,” the older woman said. “I need to talk to Caroline.” She looked over at Julie. “I’m sorry, Caro. Cel and I didn’t want to help them but he… there was nothing we could do. We helped as little as possible. I think that’s why that Xantaria sent in the fake Kayleigh. She was obsessed with some message that our ancestors had left. She had Cel try and read it but she couldn’t.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Fifty Eight Part Fourteen

January 19th, 2016  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Nalatria was still breathing heavily, though some of the tension had gone from her body. She pulled herself up to one knee and bowed her head to Chaya.

“I’d be lying if I said I was entirely happy, Lady Chaya,” she said. “You remind me too much of my father, even though you aren’t like him. I’m happier with this situation than I was under his rule. I will support you, but…” She turned to look at Sonia. “I would have preferred Sonia-ida. I was trying to work out how to run to her.”

Sonia stared at her. “I’m not ready yet.” She looked at Ebona. “Is she speaking the truth?” Read the rest of this entry »

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