Monthly Archives: March 2017

The Grand Pilgrimage 64: Council of Half Bloods

Serena had her head in Inés’ lap. Sylvie was helping Lilac train. Matthew was fiddling with some cards and Gail was sitting, her mind elsewhere. It had been the two days and they were waiting to hear from Lynde. Lynde … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 120: Nolillin Eight’s Mission Complete

“Dude, stop pacing,” Allison said. “We don’t exactly have a lot of space in here.” Leon ignored her. “Leon,” Ophelia said, grabbing his shoulder. “I know you’re anxious. I know you’re worried about Paul, but you need to keep calm. … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 63: Decisive Battle Against Echidna’s Spawn

“Okay, we’ve got the message out for reinforcements,” Inés said. “So, how do we stop them from tunnelling right beneath us and going after the Gods directly?” “Simple,” Gail said. “We blow the cloud open.” “Can you do that and … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 119: Pragmatic Decision

Paul crawled through the tunnels. He was keeping track of the layout as he explored more and more of them, knowing it would be disastrous if he got lost. He knew the way out, he remembered it very well. But … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 62: Friends?

Sylvie observed. Matthew was busy setting up good, heavy sticks with bits of cloth and bells attached to them all around the wall and barracks. “What’s he doing?” Serena asked. Sylvie shrugged. “No clue but I’m going to find out.” … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 118: Captives of the Entity

“How do you intend to make me join?’ Paul asked. “Your spores won’t work on me. At least, not like they did on them.” “Modify spores. Match Doc tor brain. Fast. Effective.” “Then it was deliberate,” Paul whispered. “Doc tor … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 61: Matthew

Inés had her breakie and returned to Lynde. “Thank you,” Lynde said. “You’re welcome,” Inés said. She sat down. “That speed spell you used, you said you learned it from my sister, didn’t you?” “That’s right,” Lynde said. “You must be … Continue reading

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Voyages of the Cerberus 117: The Entity of Nolillin Eight

“Calm down,” Ophelia said. “The akumillians were fine. Controlled, but fine. I doubt that thing took the Doctor to hurt him.” “So why take him?” Leon asked. “Why just him and not either of us? If it’s not going to … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 60: Finally, Reinforcements

Inés struggled against the scylla’s tendril. She was certain that she was stronger than a scylla under normal circumstances, but she was exhausted. Having spent so much time fighting and having used so much energy on that last spell. She … Continue reading

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