Tag Archives: Travel

One More Time

“Let’s start again,” said the Elven investigator.  Garthort the Fly-Heart, formerly Garthort the Wicked, sighed. “I’ve told everything I know,” he pointed out. The investigator, who was called Pitare, pulled out a sheet of parchment from the folio in front … Continue reading

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Here Comes The Sun

Brother-Sargent Xoran of the Temple of the Dawn Goddess rode into camp on his Dentre-Bird, the large, flightless birds favored as mounts by the order. He leapt off and cried, “I must see the Mum-Captain, posthaste!” He moved through the … Continue reading

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Edge of the Waves

She ran along the wooded path, past towering ancient trees that loomed over her, towards the sea. Ravens squawked as she passed, disturbed by her footsteps, but quieted after she thundered by, though their black eyes followed her till out … Continue reading

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It Just Does

“All I’m saying, is it shouldn’t work,” said Sub-Lieutenant Vaughan. Abov-Lieutenant Park replied, “But it does work, you see it working right now.” “I know.” “So you have to accept that it does work,” asserted Park, “Right?” Vaughan nodded. They … Continue reading

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Time to Say-Arrondissement Part Seventy-Six

A holiday was announced and everyone was celebrating. Those who weren’t made coin helping others to do so. Rues were filled with people who embraced the opportunity for joy. Day drinking was not just tolerated but encouraged and if anyone … Continue reading

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A time to move-Arrondissement Part Five

The origami thrush flew into the monorail cabin, landed on Maxi’s shoulder and whispered, “Do not return to your apartment.” She snatched it, set in on fire with her steel lighter, a gift from a lover whose name she no … Continue reading

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