Monthly Archives: October 2013

An Earin Feast Fable

The dreams that Kerrid so desperately awaited now have begun. Though as to their true nature, as seen in the previous episode of Feast Fables, the Uissids prefer not to accept her explanation. Though, as all agree, these dreams do … Continue reading

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Zemowit’s Lady

Somewhere in Regin-yorl’s hall lay hidden a clue to the Cesars Riddle. If Neve must die, then she would know first the answer. She recalled the scene Raesan had given her many times over. Count Alan, anguished, confused. Gunnhild, his wife, … Continue reading

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A Day’s Greeting To You

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While Chief Olun Sleeps

In the previous episode of Feast Fables a wolfman’s bed was made for Olun that he might sleep safely at the bottom of the lake. And now his experiment can begin. Of what will he dream? Find out in A … Continue reading

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The Grimmen

There was a smell. Musty. Memories of keeping white mice. Yet where was the food to encourage them in. “It is the smell of human decay.” The voice came from behind her. Neve curled herself tighter, away from the bars. … Continue reading

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The Winter-Chief

In the previous episode of Feat Fables, Olun proved part of his theory, that fire does no harm to a fire-type Asar. But does this like-to-like, element-to-Asar, hold for all four types of Asar. Olun intends to further prove it … Continue reading

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Skailton Hall

Skailton Hall. Neve tried to date it – thirteenth maybe fourteenth century – but her eyes skidded off to the church set behind it. Original, unaltered Saxon – or ought that to be Dane. A squat little building, stone-built with … Continue reading

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