Monthly Archives: March 2016

Evacuation

Meret has warned her: Kerrid has two months at most to prepare for the battle. An estimated one thousand Asars against her seven. But first there are the Gusrikt and the Lohati to evacuate . . . No Cooking Pot … Continue reading

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The Eblan’s Child

Detah has found the ideal place for the King’s Hold. But it’s part of an Eblan Freeland. How then to acquire it? Her father will know; he was the wiliest of traders when he was alive . . . Read … Continue reading

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To Hunt The King’s Hold

Again, Detah sits high on Belgantros to farewell the Alisime fleet. Only now it’s Megovis beside her—for Krisnavn rides in the lead boat, his destination Liënershi, his target the immortal Head of Kerdol . . . Read on It seemed … Continue reading

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It Cannot Bode Well

Four days after sealing the shrine, three days after spinning the Spinner, two days after her revelation, Kerrid again feels an Asar’s tentative touch. Who is it? What does it presage? If Only . . . ready now

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With Humbled Reluctance

Kerrid and her daughters have spun the Spinner and thus have acquired the Old Lady’s memories from the beginning of time. But of interest to Kerrid are only the memories of the Asars’ banishment. Only . . . how to tell these … Continue reading

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The Battle Of South Rivergate

Returned from their raids on the Kerdolak trading-holds, Krisnavn’s Alisime fleet finds its way barred by white-sailed longboats. Kerdolak mariners. To gain the safety of South Rivergate they first must defeat them. And they’re somewhat outnumbered . . . Read … Continue reading

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Black Birds, White Sails

The time has come for the Alisime-Uestin fleet to set out, their mission to disable the Kerdolak trading holds around Liënershi. Detah must be there to see them leave—to be their Alsalda . . . Read on Biadret, Ganros and … Continue reading

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