Monthly Archives: May 2013

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Gimmerin found a little black snake hiding beneath the house on Kerrid’s wedding night. But it was no usual snake, it was a demon. And it had followed Kerrid all the way from Gushan. Now it’s in the hands of Gimmerin’s evil … Continue reading

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Regin-yorl

Neve starred at the door. It seemed still to judder from when it was slammed yet his car had already become an angry buzz in the distance. Fool man! “I know what you’re doing,” he’d said when he broke the … Continue reading

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Toli’s Tall Tales #1

Father Wade’s Son I don’t know how’s it to work, but they say to me, I tell these tales and they’ll make them known a thousand years hence. Ask me, that’s the tallest of tales around here. But they want … Continue reading

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A Little Black Demonous Snake

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Gimmerin’s wedding night was interrupted by the find of a little black snake hidden beneath the floor of his house. While Gimmerin pets the friendly little fellow, Kerrid freaks. Everything now has fallen … Continue reading

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The Saga Band

Neve had found a way to watch, independent of Raesan. But she still wasn’t close enough to see the details of the saga band. And now her eye was caught by Skrauti, with his golden braid and golden brooches. Apparently … Continue reading

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Hera

Hera, Hera, costume-wearer Wide thighed mother of all Grinding grain to make her bread Weaving out her marriage bed Distrusts her husband, it must be said Hera, Hera, costume-wearer Wide thighed mother of all Giving her son a bow and … Continue reading

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Kerrid’s Wedding Night

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid complained of everything different and wrong for her wedding. But Esh Eni had given her a woman’s herb, and the herb relaxed her, though still she could hear the women singing, waiting … Continue reading

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