Monthly Archives: February 2014

Snakes and Eagles, Back To The Old Ways

As we saw in the previous episode of Feast Fables, Kerrid has finally resolved to seek out the pole, alone. But first she needs to return to Gushan, there to climb the sacred Black Mother Mountain. But as she soon … Continue reading

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Settlement

Settlement A Rookeri Supplement For five years before the arrival of The Avatar a satellite, orbiting New Earth, had amassed data on climate, geology, flora and fauna and quality of water. It had scrutinised and photographed every inch of the … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 8

Raselstad Boteras Rookeri-Sharmin aka Boddy Week Eight Boddy blamed his expired inspiration on the additional gord-work his uncle had set him. But Negghe tushed and poo’d and lily-loo’d him. “No, Boy-Boddy, I wouldn’t say it was that. Has hard work … Continue reading

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The Wind In The Willows by Iris Einstein

A.K.A. My First Theory So, here I am, paying the penance that Crimmy’s imposed on me for using her crimsonprose to air my usually-but-not-always history-focused theories. Cos, you see, she thought all my theories were like the one that earned … Continue reading

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Baa Baa Black Sheep

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Kerrid’s Next Move

So far in Feast Fables, Kerrid has rescued Gimmerin from the brain-taking Daxi, dragged him protesting through a forest of snakes, fled in fear of poison-tipped darts, loaded him, unconscious, into their boat and relentlessly paddled (for a day and … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 7

Raselstad Boteras Rookeri-Sharmin aka Boddy Week Seven “So come on, give us. How’d yer facking do it then?” Tulle asked. “Spew on it, man, do what?” Yeah, sure, Boddy knew what he was asking but he didn’t like Tulle’s language … Continue reading

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