Monthly Archives: September 2016

The Grand Pilgrimage 38: Thunder & Water

“Did it go as you expected?” Hephaestus asked. “Precisely as  I anticipated,” Athena answered. “Divine interventions, from any God or Goddess, are forbidden. All we can do is  watch and trust in their abilities.” “Seems a lot of bother,” Hephaestus … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 94: A Final Flight

“Paul,” Grace stopped her brother. “Remember to strap Ophelia and Lucy in securely after their operations and to let me know when you’re done.” “I remember,” Paul said. “Don’t worry and try not to be so nervous.” “Who’s nervous?” Grace … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 37: Sylvie’s Unease

“Eat up,” Omec encouraged. “We’re expecting the bastard and his little minions tomorrow, early. But don’t worry, I  have sentries posted. If he does show up tonight, there’ll be an alarm.” “And you know he’s coming because he sent word?” … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 93:Over-sized Fitting

Kat and Farah boarded the derelict. “Keep your weapon at ready,” Kat instructed. “There may still be some survivors lurking about.” “I understand,” Farah said. “Now, let’s get that propulsion system!” “Assuming it’s salvageable,” Kat muttered. They went down the … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 36: Lukewarm reception in Ghuji

“What is this about, Daughter?” Zeus demanded, his muscular  back turned to Athena. “I’m unsure what you mean,” Athena stated. “Your  priestesses move against your half-brother,” Zeus stated. “I told them not to go,” Athena stated, feigning ignorance. “But you … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 92: Treating the Wounded

“We’ll have to leave the Baron in the Healer,” Leon stated. “We  don’t have an atmosphere suit for him and, right now, the artificial atmosphere in the Cerberus isn’t functioning right, except in the conference room and we’re not sure … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 35: The Crone’s Warning

In the early morning, Inés quietly approached Demeter’s temple. Sylvie and Serena were getting the pegasi ready. “What’s the good word, Ladies?” Inés asked. “We about ready to go?” Where have you been?” Sylvie demanded. “You were supposed to report and come … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 91: Underground Refuge

“It looks like that’s where it came down,” Allison observed, noting the scorch and drag marks. “The shuttle’s nose probably hit the sand here, given the indent. But I don’t see any sign of Yuri or the others.” “They would … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 34: Skin Changer

“A skin changer?” Sylvie asked. Inés nodded. “They got right past me and vanished in the crowd. I don’t know what they look like now.” “We weren’t even supposed to give chase!” Serena declared. “We were just supposed to identify … Continue reading

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