Alucardalina

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Name: Alucardalina
Date registered: July 10, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Chapter 11: Part 8 – Burning the Bodies — December 20, 2016
  2. Chapter 11: Part 7 – Smoke Filled Room — November 20, 2016
  3. Chapter 11: Part 6 – Wood and Stone — October 24, 2016
  4. Chapter 11: Part 5 – Pact Camp Mausoleum — August 16, 2016
  5. Chapter 11: Part 4 – Searing Cauldron — July 31, 2016

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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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Nov 20

Chapter 11: Part 7 – Smoke Filled Room

Where is he? My heart beat so hard I felt it was going to explode in my chest. I couldn’t find him outside. I ran into the burning innards of the building. Dark smoke-filled the room and even though it was starting to fill my lungs, I began digging through the bodies on the floor. …

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Oct 24

Chapter 11: Part 6 – Wood and Stone

Ragnvaldr was out of the door before me. From the doorway, I saw Tobih and Angel battling it out with what was once the large mound of bodies we had stacked. It was as if we had stepped on a hill of fire ants. Ragnvaldr thrust his hand out in front of me as I …

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Aug 16

Chapter 11: Part 5 – Pact Camp Mausoleum

The outpost shouldn’t have been much further but it was difficult to see through the fog that was coming in by sea. A small shiver made its way through my body as the air turned cooler. The jungle we had left behind was night and day compared to the dead land we had just stepped …

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Jul 31

Chapter 11: Part 4 – Searing Cauldron

The path wasn’t clear. The risen wandered aimlessly around the land between here and our destination. There were only a few, but it seemed like enough to swarm us if alerted. “We need to think up a plan to get through them,” I suggested. “There’s not that many, I can take them all down,” was …

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