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The Last Draconian 2: The Academy

Previous Chapter Michael Ryufan I was taken to the Academy. The grounds were massive. They had five buildings, all surrounded by an ornate marble fence. The largest building at the centre was where classes were held. The buildings directly to … Continue reading

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The Last Draconian 1: Entering Wicadia

Previous Chapter Michael Ryufan The coachman was examining the gold I had given him. I could not tell if the silence was disconcerting to him or if he was surprised that a hatchling my age could afford the price of … Continue reading

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The Last Draconian: Prologue

????? I had to break through. The food was almost gone, the walls were tightening. I hit the side. A small crack appeared from the force of the blow. I hit the crack again and again. I felt nothing but … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage Finale: End of the Pilgrimage

Lais was the first to regain consciousness. She checked over everyone in turn and smiled gently at Inés. “They’ll be fine,” she reported. “They’ll need time to rest and to take it easy, but there won’t be any permanent damage.” … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 71: Reinforcements, but will they be enough?

Inés’ mind immediately started racing. Who did she know who could have pulled off a teleportation spell with that level of timing? Not that she even knew many people who could use teleportation spells. “You okay, Sylvie?” She asked. “Fine,” … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 70: Camila’s Opening Attack

Camila walked to shore. Her stride was filled with confidence. “Were you waiting long my soon to be bride?” she asked. “Are you ready to bring this world to a golden age with me?” She glanced at Serena and Sylvie. … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 69: Mysterious Structure

The priestesses soared over the mountains. From the air, Drahaven’s layout became apparent. The buildings were all lined up in an orderly, even fashion. They were built upwards to make efficient use of space. At least, those that were relatively … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 68: Drahaven

The priestesses found themselves on a dusty road surrounded on two sides by mountains with the ruins of a city in front of them. Behind that was more mountains. “What do you think Athena meant by ‘they will come’?” Serena … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 67: The Pilgrimage Resumes

“Don’t look so down,” Gail said. “You wanted to make a Titan vulnerable long enough for one of the Gods to swoop in and bring them down. And that’s what we did.” Inés was silent. True, they’d managed to leave … Continue reading

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Crius Faces Godlings

Inés was put into a group with Lynde, Matthew & Gail. The four of them moved into position. “We move in third,” Lynde said. “Gail, provide us covering magic. The rest of us will move in to distract him from … Continue reading

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