Amy

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Name: Amy Sanderson
Date registered: December 12, 2012

Latest posts

  1. Chapter 7: Part 13 – A Single Step — March 1, 2017
  2. Chapter 7: Part 12 – Low Blows — February 15, 2017
  3. Chapter 7: Part 11 – Standard Operating Procedure — January 30, 2017
  4. Chapter 7: Part 10 – A Razor’s Edge — January 18, 2017
  5. Chapter 7: Part 9 – An Interlude — December 21, 2016

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Mar 01

Chapter 7: Part 13 – A Single Step

I’d genuinely thought, after months spent at her side, that nothing could truly surprise Spark. She was unflappable, unassailable, even more stoic than the average charr. She’d clearly never once considered that she might be challenged by Weir, though, and when that moment came, she had no idea what to do. I wasn’t ready to …

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Feb 15

Chapter 7: Part 12 – Low Blows

It’s not often that asura are lost for words, myself included. In fact, faced by Spark, Weir, and most importantly Souleater, I very much wanted to summon a witty retort. Instead, I could only stare, fear and anger warring in my chest. I’d seen what Souleater could do; once had been enough. Worse, I’d genuinely …

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Jan 30

Chapter 7: Part 11 – Standard Operating Procedure

Asura, I’m well aware, are not usually thought of as noble creatures. We’re too concerned with our work, our discoveries, our often selfish pursuit of advancement. I’ve never seen anything more magnificent, though, than the asura of Rata Sum marching to meet the Syndicate that day, armed with whatever they could find. Well, in an …

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Jan 18

Chapter 7: Part 10 – A Razor’s Edge

There are many times in life when you have to make a choice. There are all the little decisions, the ones you make every moment of the day and barely think about – whether to choose this meal or that, which side of the street to walk on, whether to return a stranger’s greeting or …

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Dec 21

Chapter 7: Part 9 – An Interlude

There is a very great difference between believing yourself ready for a momentous occasion, and being actually, well, ready. You can tell yourself over and over that you’re prepared, but these things sneak up on you, so that one moment you’re oiling your daggers, wondering just how much good they’re going to be, and the …

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