Monthly Archives: May 2014

Slip Into Darkness

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, with the preparations made for the Dark Day, Ardhea (the Asaric heron) made good her promise and came to guide Kerrid away. But will the Eld allow Kerrid’s escape after waiting so long for … Continue reading

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Sleeping Beauty

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Roots of Rookeri 21

Raselstad Sifadis, Shore House Heiress Week Sixteen Again Lorken was walking indecently close. And he was beginning to stink. She, too, sweated in this southern heat, it couldn’t be helped, but his sweat seemed to seep in an already stale … Continue reading

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The Chap In The (Red) Cap

Another theory from Iris Einstein Take a Trip . . . Ladies, Gentlemen, grab your fav snack-pack and liquid refreshment, and climb aboard my immaculate transport (okay, so it’s only a bicycle but I’m not licensed to control any other). … Continue reading

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A Culmination For Eld Freilsen

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, Eld Freilsen tried to tell Kerrid about the Dark Day that the day after the morrow would be upon them. But Kerrid didn’t quite understand what was to happen. Now she finds out … Continue reading

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The Dragons of Luban

The Lubanthan Warrior A Rookeri Supplement THE DRAGONS AND THE TOWN WATCHES Hierarchy With a society as precisely regulated as it is in Luban, it is no surprise to find the military equally structured. But while the principle of equality … Continue reading

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Roots of Rookeri 20

Raselstad Boteras Rookeri-Sharmin aka Boddy Week Sixteen Scrample players came in two types. The first resembled the kiln-baked bricks used in the construction of the Council buildings; Boddy had no interest in them. The other more resembled the indigenous grasses: … Continue reading

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