Monthly Archives: October 2015

A Glut Of Dead Fathers Part 3

The previous episode of Feast Fables 3 (and the end of Part 2) closed with Kerrid’s decision to surrender the Plain of Gushan to her sister’s daughter and the Gimmrin—rather than to risk the death of all her people. She would take … Continue reading

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Alsalda Gene Trees (Part 4)

While not essential to understanding this little graphic will help you along . . .  

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Alone and Watching

Next episode of Alsalda: Pride swelled in Erspn as he watched Detah, squatting there amongst the ashes, not a qualm to her, just scoop, tip, scoop, tip, filling the sack. Unlike Demekn. But then she stopped. He saw her look … Continue reading

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Death’s White Fingers

A new episode of Alsalda Detah, newly apprenticed to Eblan Head Man Erspn, believes she’s discovered the nature of ‘eblan-work’. It’s to inhale deeply of the green-feather herb. Green-feather, an eblan ‘flywort’, is otherwise known as ‘the Opener—it opens the … Continue reading

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Confrontations

In the previous episode of Feast Fables, news arrived of hordes of Gimmrin now causing trouble across the Plain of Gushan. It caused trouble between Kerrid and Kallaren too. She advocates compassion. He advocates death. How will these conflicts be … Continue reading

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Eblan Work

Episode 18 of Alsalda Eblan Hegrea had warned of the approaching changes. And perhaps Detah had already a glimpse of an inkling. But the reality . . . The granaries soon to be gone. The Ulvregan traders’ holds likely to follow … Continue reading

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A Sad, Sad Day

Episode 17 of Alsalda Detah couldn’t sleep, disturbed by the storm-spirit Hilshin as he threw his light-spears, stamped his feet and rocked the earth, as the wind roared around the lodge seeking entrance, screaming to be let in through the … Continue reading

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