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Feb
5
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Aquila IX - Harrowed
Posted by Beryl Strifeclaw on February 5, 2016 at 7:25pm ...2 replies

    A team of twenty men followed a grizzled man in a simple coat towards the wreckage.  While their garments all bore the flag symbol his was undecorated.  He kept a crossbow ready and bore a belt adorned with special tools that gleamed in the afternoon sun.  ...

Feb
5
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The Photograph and the Laudanum (Part One)
Posted by Nyanka Jinx on February 5, 2016 at 12:44pm

A couple of weeks ago, the 22nd of January to be exact,
Hyde found himself roaming the halls of the Essex House, looking for the
owner. As a part-time resident, he felt obligated to spend the night
there at least once in awhile, if only for the sake of occupancy.
However, with both Mr. Wright and Beryl accompanying Ms. Heinrichs in
the North, it seemed like a good idea to stay nearby if anything went
wrong...

Feb
5
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Three Wines for Moldylocks: the Third
Posted by Count Bologna on February 5, 2016 at 9:30am ...5 replies


As the widow Vanderclamp opened her front doors, the Count held up a bouquet of roses he had recently pilfered from a grave in the West Gate cemetery.  “Margot!” he cooed at her, passionately.

“Oh, Count!” she breathed, a flush rising on her cheeks.

He wagged a finger at her.  “Ah...

Feb
4
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Journal Entry, 1:36 am, 5th Jan. 188x, J. Moldylocks
Posted by Lady Moldylocks on February 4, 2016 at 11:45pm ...4 replies

At last!  The two new pups arrived today from the Orient!  Long journey, they are indeed worn out but will be a marvelous addition to my exotic menagerie.  One male and a female, both spotted like Pintos more than Dalmatians.  They are a rare breed of pygmy canines, and have horns above their ears and tiny little chin beards as they should.  Hyde immediately set about to annoy me by insisting they...

Feb
3
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Aquila IX - The Occupied Town
Posted by Beryl Strifeclaw on February 3, 2016 at 7:38pm ...2 replies

    The crew gripped the side of Loki’s sled as they sped across the Gulf of Heimneif, thrown about whenever the blades went over one of the round bumps in the ice.  Loki tried to stay near the shore to prevent any chance of breaking through.  Within an hour Loki had turned the art of avoiding the obstructions into a game.  The craft...

Feb
3
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Three Wines for Moldylocks: the Second
Posted by Count Bologna on February 3, 2016 at 10:53am ...2 replies


The Count followed the swaying figure in front of him through the lightly falling snow of the Canal District.  Progress was distinctly slow.  Every twenty steps or so, the swaying figure would skitter to a halt, his ginger head lolling back and forth from the left to the right, like a half-filled water balloon attempting calisthenics....