Lawgiver’s Blade: Chapter Three Part Two

May 15th, 2019  |  Published in Lawgiver's Blade  |  1 Comment

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It was early evening Imalia finally finished with her last patient. Tamasa was preparing the evening meal and Mayin was down by the lake watching her husband work on the boat again, so Alidra was playing chase with her friends on the Green when Imalia emerged from the Shrine. Her shoulders were slumped and she was walking even more slowly than the previous day. Alidra broke away from the game and ran to tell Tamasa.

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Skipping Whisper this week

May 13th, 2019  |  Published in News

Sorry peeps, I will be skipping the whisper installment again this week. I don’t have it ready yet and I am too tired to dash it off tonight. The Lawgiver’s Blade and Tales of the First installments will be up on Wednesday and Friday as they are already written.

Lawgiver’s Blade: Chapter Three Part One

May 9th, 2019  |  Published in Lawgiver's Blade  |  2 Comments

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A/N: Sorry for missing Monday’s post. I had a migraine

When Alidra awoke next morning Imalia was awake but still haggard with exhaustion. She and Tamasa were sitting by the hearth watching the porridge pot. To Alidra’s surprise Imalia had abandoned her own seat and was kneeling on the floor beside Tamasa, their hands were entwined and they were talking quietly and intensely.

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Tales of the First – Wendy’s Secret Part Three

May 4th, 2019  |  Published in Tales of the First  |  1 Comment

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“We’re going to need some sort of scrambler so we can communicate without being monitored,” Martin said as he walked with Sienna and Wendy as they returned to Sienna’s home. “At least if you’re serious.”

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Lawgiver’s Blade: Chapter Two Part Four

May 1st, 2019  |  Published in Lawgiver's Blade  |  5 Comments

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“That thinking is too common recently, and most of the people I meet like that are already wrong,” Imalia scowled. “I want to know where it’s coming from.”

“She reminds me of the farmer who told us we had to convert to be healed.” Madric said. “He had a similar attitude.”

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The Whisper of Damkina Part 74

April 29th, 2019  |  Published in Whisper of Damkina  |  3 Comments

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“It’s a bit of a blunt tool as well,” Kaine said. “It can’t make you do anything. It just makes you more impulsive and prone not to think things through. If it’s supposed to be a weapon it’s a clumsy one. You couldn’t be sure you wouldn’t just make the targets attack you.”

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Tales of the First – Wendy’s Secret Part Two

April 27th, 2019  |  Published in Tales of the First  |  4 Comments

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“Maybe,” she said finally. “The police are either involved in this or ill-equipped to deal with it, but I’m not sure psychokinesis or a suit of junkyard armour constitute being equipped either.”

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Lawgiver’s Blade: Chapter Two Part Three

April 24th, 2019  |  Published in Lawgiver's Blade

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When Alidra returned from her lesson Imalia was still kneeling by Rinia and chanting. The glow that had so perplexed her parents was still there but it had faded a great deal.

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The Whisper of Damkina Part 73

April 22nd, 2019  |  Published in Whisper of Damkina  |  4 Comments


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“So what have you discovered, Krna asked when they reached Commander Aw’s office.

“We’re not entirely certain yet,” Commander Aw said. “But something concerning has turned up of the med scans we did on our two problem councillors. Both are showing similar lesions in certain areas of their frontal cortex. Lesions that were not there at their last medicals.”

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Tales of the First – Wendy’s Secret Part One

April 19th, 2019  |  Published in Tales of the First  |  3 Comments

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“Are you girl’s planning to go out again today?” Sienna’s father asked the next morning after they’d had breakfast.

“We’d like to,” Sienna said. “But in the circumstances we’ll understand if you want us to stay here. It’s obviously not safe out there.”

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