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Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty One Part Five

February 3rd, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Daniel tried to keep his wits about him as they headed into the garden of the house. Arran seemed friendly enough in the circumstances but he could be dissembling, though Daniel could not think of any reason why he would.

“Julie!” A young man came running down the path to them. “It was you who was looking for us? Are you okay? We couldn’t find you when the warriors sent us back and we were worried about you.” Read the rest of this entry »

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

January 31st, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“Complicates things?” Daniel asked.

Julie nodded. “We’ll have to be very careful about how we approach them. Lost lines tend to be rather touchy even in the best circumstances and given their encounter with the Turners this is not the best of circumstances. We’ll need to discuss it so let’s go–” She broke off and swore before whirling around. Daniel swallowed and turned as well. There was a man standing behind them, staring right at them. He chocked back a wave of panic, both because he hadn’t sensed the man and because the man had apparently managed to get through his wards and sense them. Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty One Part Three

January 27th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“Hmm… it’s a big house.” Daniel looked over the semi-detached Edwardian house. Julie had scryed out the location of Alison and Logan with Kyle and Darya and that had led them here.

“Yes, and a very big garden,” Julie looked thoughtful. “Interesting.”

“What is it?” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty One Part Two

January 24th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“Organise scoping things out?” Lydia muttered to herself a couple of hours later. She was sitting at the desk in her and Karen’s room trying to come up with a plan and drawing a blank. “How am I supposed to do that?”

“Having trouble?”

Lydia looked around and saw Julie standing in the door. Read the rest of this entry »

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

January 20th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“Of course I’ll help Sarah-alra,” Draylian said when Matthias spoke to him the next morning. “It’s not likely that you’ll find a cure but even a remote possibility is better than nothing.” He was rubbing his hands together anxiously and twitching slightly. “I don’t want to be a dragon but I don’t know how much longer I can hold out.”

“Not long by the looks of it,” Lyrrekka said. “I really think once Sarah has run her tests, you need to think about this hard. You know you’re going to slip up soon and you know how much damage a frenzy will do.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty Part Thirteen

January 17th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“That’s not a bad idea, Lydia-ida,” Indaturan said once she told him and Ystelyan about her conversation with her mentor. “And for once I actually agree with Fellaria-ida. I have no idea why we didn’t think to try that before. It’s suspicious and just makes me even more certain that we should try it.” He hummed to himself. “Now, who would be best to send? I don’t think we should send just one. If my gut is right and someone doesn’t want us looking at the tear from the void side, they might have a trap set.”

Ystelyan nodded. “I agree.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty Part Twelve

January 13th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“It is interesting,” Sonia said in response to what the Prime Minister had said on the news. “And yes, while I’m not getting any premonitions it is almost certainly a trap. It’s a shame summoning premonitions on demand is almost impossible so we can’t check the details of said trap.” She tutted to herself. “Still, it would be a shame to leave this invitation unanswered – we just need to find a way to do it without springing the trap. I doubt they understand the full breadth of our abilities so it should be possible.”

“It should indeed,” Matthias agreed. “Did Sophie Ashbourne respond to our imp yet? She might have some insight on what their plan is.” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty Part Eleven

January 10th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Lydia stared at the sky a moment longer, then headed inside just as Lucas entered the kitchen with Jenny’s mother. The woman stopped and looked sheepish when she saw Lydia.

“Good morning,” Lydia said before she could speak. “Are you feeling calmer?” Read the rest of this entry »

Dragon Wars Saga Arc Four: The Torn Sky Chapter Forty Part Ten

January 6th, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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Both Lydia’s gut and the news seemed quiet so she headed into the garden and stared up at the crack in the sky. It – and the energy leaking through it – was the source of all this trouble and things wouldn’t settle down until it closed. She closed her eyes and sent out her mind towards it, trying to sense anything helpful that might help get rid of it. But even though she could sense the energy pouring out of it, she found she could not actually sense the crack.

We tried that last time, my ilsra. Fellaria’s voice sounded in her head. But we never learned anything useful. Read the rest of this entry »

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

January 3rd, 2014  |  Published in Dragon Wars

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“What does she say?” Lydia asked when Alaryia’s imp came flying to Lyrrekka.

“Let me see.” Lyrrekka absorbed it and her eyebrows shot up. “Now that never occurred to me.” She scowled thoughtfully. “That might actually work.”

“What might?” Lydia asked. Read the rest of this entry »

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