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Name: Amy Sanderson
Date registered: December 12, 2012

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  1. Chapter 5: Part 12 – Grave Digging — May 25, 2015
  2. Chapter 5: Part 11 – Collateral Damage — May 12, 2015
  3. Chapter 5: Part 10 – Brute Force — April 28, 2015
  4. Chapter 5: Part 9 – Free Agents — April 13, 2015
  5. Chapter 5: Part 8 – A Threat to all Tyria — March 30, 2015

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May 25

Chapter 5: Part 12 – Grave Digging

It was midnight by the time we finished burying the bodies. The worst effects of Souleater proved to be temporary: rather than linger on, mindless, those soldiers who’d been hit by the blast soon breathed their last. Death, I couldn’t help thinking, was a relief after the state Souleater had left them in. A full …

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May 12

Chapter 5: Part 11 – Collateral Damage

Fighting Risen really is the most unpleasant experience a law-abiding asura can ever hope to have. Even for those of a particularly warlike, combative disposition, a battle against the undead is a singularly unappealing prospect. There’s little tactical prowess required against them, for one thing: the massed ranks of the Risen are generally mindless, and …

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Apr 28

Chapter 5: Part 10 – Brute Force

Outrunning a charr, it turned out, wasn’t as easy as you might think. Asura are quick, certainly, and Erin kept pace with Darr and I, but Spark seemed fired by an energy we could barely compete with. She knew, of course, that if we caught her, it would spell the end for Souleater; I had …

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Apr 13

Chapter 5: Part 9 – Free Agents

Out of all the places Spark could have chosen to test her weapon, it had to be the swamps. In all honesty, Bloodtide Coast made the perfect location – sparsely populated, yet close enough to Lion’s Arch for easy access – yet I couldn’t help but wish she’d gone elsewhere. I was used to the …

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Mar 30

Chapter 5: Part 8 – A Threat to all Tyria

It sounds hypocritical for a thief to say it, perhaps, but I’ve never trusted the Order of Whispers. Oh, I’m sure they’ve got the good of Tyria at heart, but I’ve always preferred the gruff militarism of the Vigil and the stuffy academics of the Priory. With them, you always know where you stand: might …

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