Monthly Archives: December 2016

The Grand Pilgrimage 51: Athena’s Warning

“You’re a bouncer, don’t you use a sword, dagger or anything?” Inés asked. Lilac looked at her like she was crazy. “The idea is to get the rowdy patrons out when they cause trouble, not evicerate them. I just use … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 107: In the Crater

“Who do you guys think lifted the crates?” Allison asked. “Dirty thieves who need punched in the face,” Leon answered. “Nice, specific answer right there,” Allison said.” “There is insufficient evidence to give a specific name,” Yuri stated. “However, it … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 50: Introductions

“Sorry, Ladies,” Inés said. “I never suspected that I’d get us caught in anything like this.” “Not your fault,” Sylvie said. “Not like you could’ve known that you’re Poseidon’s daughter or that the Gods themselves were going to call on … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 106: The Stomped Crash Site

Kat was piloting the shuttle, taking the search team down to the  third moon of Pacifica VI.  It was desolate, filled with  craters mountains and dust. They were all wearing atmosphere suits. Yuri didn’t need one to  survive, but the helmets … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 49: Children of the Gods

Poseidon’s chariot flew through the sky, his hippocampuses pulling and swimming as though still in the ocean. Dusk, Blitz & Demure followed, keeping their distance but  determinedly making their way forward. That’s when they arrived. It was a staggering sight. … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 105: Congratulatory Gathering

“So, how did you and Farah do?” Ophelia asked. “Superbly,” Lucy reported. “She exceeded my expectations, actually.” “That’s rare!” Ophelia exclaimed. “Since when did you start praising the crew so enthusiastically?” “I’m the first to praise them when they do … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 48: Revelation

Poseidon boarded their vessel, his movements were measured and regal. The sea raged around them, but the waters directly around their ship had turned calm. For the first  time in her  life, Inés was actually frightened by the prospect of fighting … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 104: Den of Saboteurs

“Keep watch,” Lucy said. “I’ll take the scans.” “Sure,” Farah said. She took her post while Lucy climbed over the portable railing that had been thrown up to mark the zone as an investigation site. It didn’t take long for zoilun … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 47: Poseidon

“What should we do?” Serena wondered. “There’s still no sign of her.” “I wouldn’t worry,” Sylvie said. “She may be a lech and weak to a pretty face, but she’s also got her abnormal  strength and the skill to use … Continue reading

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