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The Grand Pilgrimage 59: Fury of the Waves

Sylvie and Wilfred were afforded very little time to grieve or even react. There were more of Echidna’s children. Many, many more. ***** “Not good,” Inés said. “Lilac, Serena. I want you two to fall back to Gail. I’ll go … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 58: First to Fall

“Gail,” Jenna said. “How strong of a magic shield can you create?” “Incredibly strong,” Gail said. “My blood isn’t so thin as the rest of yours. Why? Are you planning on hiding behind my strength?” “No,” Jenna stated. “Even you … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 56: Sisters

Inés patrolled the area, feeling restless. Two days had passed since the exploratory attack. Two days without hearing anything from Echidna’s children. Two days waiting for a follow up strike or to be attacked themselves. Two days of Jenna trying … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 55: Misgivings

Serena and Sylvie struck together. Sylvie’s rapier pierced from below, slicing into the eagle’s throat. While Serena struck from above. Her tonfa slamming its crown. Thus fell the second eagle. Inés flew Blitz towards the oncoming group. The remaining seven … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 54: the War Begins

Inés slammed the door open. “Wake up, Ladies and Gent!” she cried. “We’re under attack!” “What’s attacking and how many?”  Sylvie asked, donning her armour. “Caucasian eagles,” Inés answered. “And there also seem to be some  chimeras and ladons on the … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 53: The One to Lead Them

It didn’t take long for everyone to return to examine the divinely made weapons that had been left by Athena. Lilac chose a pair of bagh nakh with long, sharp blades. Wilfred selected a  zweihänder. “Are you going to take … Continue reading

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The Grand Pilgrimage 52: Frenzied Queen

“Not like that,” Sylvie said. “You want to tighten your stance. You’ve got too many openings.” “Can’t I just scratch wildly at the enemy until they get turned to shreds?” Lilac asked. “Not if you want to survive,” Sylvie said. … Continue reading

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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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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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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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