Alucardalina

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Name: Alucardalina Claire
Date registered: July 10, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Chapter 8: Part 6 – Bathing — October 26, 2014
  2. Chapter 8: Part 5 – Rhiann’s Respite — September 14, 2014
  3. Chapter 8: Part 4 – The Drakes — July 20, 2014
  4. Chapter 8: Part 3 – The Cartographer — July 6, 2014
  5. Chapter 8: Part 2 – Marshwatch — June 22, 2014

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  2. Chapter 7: Part 5 – Over Dinner — 1 comment
  3. Chapter 6: Part 3 Typically Norn — 1 comment
  4. Chapter 6: Part 4 Destroyer Shard Frequency — 1 comment
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Oct 26

Chapter 8: Part 6 – Bathing

The next morning greeted me with sun rays falling gently in between the canopy of leaves above us. The water glittered under each band of light and the area was quiet but lively. The researchers were already working on creating their potions and salves while those protecting the camp were already on a lookout by …

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Sep 14

Chapter 8: Part 5 – Rhiann’s Respite

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The oasis seemed fairly quiet at night. The buzzing of sparkflies and the snapping of the firewood seemed had more than a calming effect. Sylvari guarded the entrance to the area, as Angel said they would. Rhiann’s Respite, we were briefed, was a research facility with the intent to find a cure for the risen …

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Jul 20

Chapter 8: Part 4 – The Drakes

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Each of us were finally in our ideal positions when Ragnvaldr gave the command to attack the marsh drakes surrounding our wagon. Angel rolled out of her seat where Tobih jumped over only a second later, both of them brandishing their weapons. Ragnvaldr knelt down on one knee and aimed for a group of three …

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Jul 06

Chapter 8: Part 3 – The Cartographer

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The morning was deceptively peaceful; it was as if you could feel the dangers from the marsh rush over your body if you stepped anywhere near it. There was an uneasy feeling that gathered around our cart as we made our way towards the wet grounds. Birds chirped in the land behind us, but those …

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Jun 22

Chapter 8: Part 2 – Marshwatch

Portage Hills was much greener than any other place we had encountered in our journey. On a small cliff was a haven – Marshwatch. Traders and vendors were set up until the sun had fallen, where they then packed up and moved inside the tower. As night fell, the number of people out had dwindled …

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Apr 14

Chapter 8: Part 1 – Cartography

There had been general panic on the streets of Lion’s Arch after they issued a warning to everyone to stay in their homes. More than a few of the families had decided that the warning was enough to warrant a vacation to see relatives or friends in Krytan ruled areas – those away from the …

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Mar 30

Chapter 7: Part 8 – Underwater Ruins

Sunshine streamed through dusty windows and the house was warm again. The sunlight stood alone as the only light source in the house; all the candles had burned out overnight. Wooden floorboards groaned downstairs under the weight of the two norn. I made my way down the stairs to greet them. Angel had only just …

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Mar 16

Chapter 7: Part 7 – Quelling the Beast

Tobih didn’t skip a beat as he stood up from his chair and walked to Angel’s side of the table, “My old man taught me. Said I’d need it when we took Ascalon back.” That sheepish smile came over his face like always. He wore it well. He brought her arm down and gently took …

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Mar 02

Chapter 7: Part 6 – Ancient Texts

Sleep didn’t come quickly that night. As the thunder broke every minute or two, my heart pounded in my chest. Though I lay on my usual cot, the floor yielded less so than dirt; it was hard and uncomfortable. I could feel every little slit between the hardwood floors. Even with Ragnvaldr lying next to …

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Jan 19

Chapter 7: Part 5 – Over Dinner

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The storm rolled in fairly quickly. The thunder grew more and more heavy as it began to pass over our heads. Lightning flashes brought great bursts of white light into otherwise warm colored rooms. Rain struck the roof and windows in shaky winds that blew mists across the city. Violent waves, carried by the merciless …

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