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Russ' Tales: Fort in the Burren 2
Posted by Russell -Advent... on May 17, 2016 at 6:58am

I was awoken by cold water splashing onto my face.

up!” shouted a harsh voice. I felt something strike my face.

Opening my eyes, I saw the “commander” standing over me holding a
large wooden club. Two men in desert garb stood either side of him,
one of them holding a bucket.

Look at me!” he bellowed. “How der we start that leaky tub you

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((New Grendel))
Posted by Grendel Footman on May 16, 2016 at 8:15pm ...1 replies

((Somehow I lost my password, and apparantly my security questions no longer match, so LL in their infinite wisdom, suggested I make a new account and closed the case, so I did, SL username is GFootman))

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Petharic's Last Day in New Babbage
Posted by Petharic on April 28, 2016 at 7:22pm ...2 replies

Unaccompanied by guards or even the security of a doting entourage, the self-styled prince of the Dunsany led Petharic deep into the caverns beneath the streets of Clockhaven. To Petharic’s eye the caverns seemed too regular in size and shape to be of natural origin, though he could not fathom how such an engineering feat had been possible or for what purpose they had served.

Though the tunnels and caverns...

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Death and I have a funny relationship...
Posted by John Wright on April 24, 2016 at 5:32pm ...4 replies

"COME ON THEN! DO IT!" Wright shouted at the pirate who had entered his room at the Essex Hotel, the same pirate who he had held captive a week ago. He had expected this, he deserved it, after all. All monsters had to find themseleves at the business end of a shotgun. for Her part the pirate known as Domino stood there emotionless and unmoving, though any hidden pain was betrayed by the tear that rolled down her cheek.

" Deep into that...

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The Last Petharic
Posted by Thomas Morlock on April 18, 2016 at 11:29am ...2 replies

“What is it that calls for a celebration? The discovery of a hitherto unknown Botticelli? Successfully unravelling the complex tangle of Liszt’s La Campanella on the harpsichord? An unexpected meal happening to drop by? Yes, any of these treats is call for jubilation, but surely nothing warrants celebratory glee to the degree of adding to one’s family. And so on this most felicitous day, the children of Dunsany are giddy with glee. Who...

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His Name Was Petharic
Posted by Brother Lucius on April 16, 2016 at 9:53am ...4 replies

“Verily, I say unto the apprentice, be wary of the pestilence for even the soundest of structures may be brought to ruin by the lowly termite, thus sayeth The Builder.” Brother Lucius’s voice rose in timbre, enthralling at least some of the small crowd that had formed before him in front of the locked gates of the Mnemonics Institute.

“Hammer and nail, brother, hammer and nail,” an old woman called...