Alucardalina

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Name: Alucardalina
Date registered: July 10, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Chapter 12: Part 3 – A Weight to Bear — April 23, 2017
  2. Chapter 12: Part 2 – Corrupted Gods — March 12, 2017
  3. Chapter 12: Part 1 – The Farmer — February 26, 2017
  4. Chapter 11: Part 9 – Importance of a Weapon — February 13, 2017
  5. Chapter 11: Part 8 – Burning the Bodies — December 20, 2016

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Apr 23

Chapter 12: Part 3 – A Weight to Bear

“We have been stalled for long enough,” Angel said while picking herself off the ground. Her great sword reflected light across my face as she made to stow it. It was a natural reaction for her, but she must have remembered where we were as she was performing the action and opted to keep it …

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Mar 12

Chapter 12: Part 2 – Corrupted Gods

Even though the sun had began to rise, clouds covered the sky which made it appear darker than when we originally had set off. Tobih and I walked side by side as Angel lead the way. She had insisted on looking ahead of us for any signs of trouble, but it seemed as if something …

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Feb 26

Chapter 12: Part 1 – The Farmer

The fire began dying down after it outlived its usefulness. Tobih was back to cleaning our weapons while Angel and I started packing away the things she had brought out for breakfast. We managed to finish our task quickly, but Tobih still worked away on his. The sunlight was still too weak to travel in …

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Feb 13

Chapter 11: Part 9 – Importance of a Weapon

We eventually had an isolated fire burning in the ring Angel had created in our corner. I never realized all of the things we would have to give up coming here, I only ever had an idea. I had always been told that you couldn’t truly know what you had until it was gone. Tobih …

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Dec 20

Chapter 11: Part 8 – Burning the Bodies

I stared at the ground, finding ridges in the mud that barely caught my attention. We all kept our weapons out just in case we were attacked. We were sometimes, but nothing like the swarm we had seen before. It was as if the risen were going about the daily lives that they had left …

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