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Alucardalina

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Name: Alucardalina
Date registered: July 10, 2012

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  1. Chapter 10: Part 3 – Talking It Out — August 16, 2015
  2. Chapter 10: Part 2 – Cinder — August 2, 2015
  3. Chapter 10: Part 1 – Together — July 20, 2015
  4. Chapter 9: Part 9 – Magic Users — July 5, 2015
  5. Chapter 9: Part 8 – Tobih’s Stories — June 8, 2015

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Aug 16

Chapter 10: Part 3 – Talking It Out

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The smell of rotted land was getting worse. Still our carts pressed on and into the stench. Angel and Kau navigated the carts through the hill covered landscape. Every so often I could catch a glimpse of the swamp that lay ahead of us. We were lucky to have scared off any opposition with our …

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Aug 02

Chapter 10: Part 2 – Cinder

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Tullia made good on her words. We were seeing no trouble from the Nightmare Court. I was relieved, even if Angel let it known that she was not. More than once she spoke of threatening them to get their attention. The rest of us weren’t so keen on battle, it seemed. Ventari’s Refugees was more …

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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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