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Alucardalina

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Name: Alucardalina Claire
Date registered: July 10, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Chapter 10: Part 1 – Together — July 20, 2015
  2. Chapter 9: Part 9 – Magic Users — July 5, 2015
  3. Chapter 9: Part 8 – Tobih’s Stories — June 8, 2015
  4. Chapter 9: Part 7 – Refugees’ Return — May 10, 2015
  5. Chapter 9: Part 6 – Morning — April 12, 2015

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Jul 20

Chapter 10: Part 1 – Together

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The carts were packed by noon. It was then that we said our final goodbyes to our broken and mossy camp. The sun lazed in the sky with the clouds and the sounds of nature had awoken into the day. We put the blankets on top of the overhead rails of the cart to block …

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Jul 05

Chapter 9: Part 9 – Magic Users

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The guild had decided to stay the night in our damp retreat. Blankets and bodies were scattered across the floor while the dying embers barely illuminated the room. I made my way around them, careful not to wake or step on anyone, until I had reached the doorway. I gave one look back to the …

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Jun 08

Chapter 9: Part 8 – Tobih’s Stories

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Ragnvaldr and Cinder worked on dinner together. Angel had wanted to join but everyone agreed that her and Ragnvaldr were incompatible when it came to something that needed them to work together. The rest of us sat together in a corner of the room. I finally felt as if I was starting to understand their …

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May 10

Chapter 9: Part 7 – Refugees’ Return

“Look, they’re here!” Tobih excitedly exclaimed, throwing his arms out as if to present them. It was the first gathering of the guild since Wayfarer Foothills. The pure excitement from Tobih sparked like electricity through the room. “How do you do?” Kiffi approached Ragnvaldr and I. She was so small as to only reach my …

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Apr 12

Chapter 9: Part 6 – Morning

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I was up before dawn the next morning. My mind had been bogged down with the events of my journey and I couldn’t keep myself from thinking about how unskilled I was in combat. If I was to truly protect those close to me, I needed to have the means to do so. I charged …

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