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Name: Amy Sanderson
Date registered: December 12, 2012

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  1. Chapter 7: Part 9 – An Interlude — December 21, 2016
  2. Chapter 7: Part 8 – A Warm Welcome — December 7, 2016
  3. Chapter 7: Part 7 – In the Firing Line — November 8, 2016
  4. Chapter 7: Part 6 – Dead Metal — October 28, 2016
  5. Chapter 7: Part 5 – T.A.F.D.A. — October 10, 2016

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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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Dec 07

Chapter 7: Part 8 – A Warm Welcome

You would expect, in any normal circumstances, for a city being targeted by a giant golem to be one quickly swamped by panic. How could such a creation, after all, arriving without warning, be anything other than a threat? Any other race, I think, would see it as exactly that – but asura, being what …

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Nov 08

Chapter 7: Part 7 – In the Firing Line

There is rarely such a thing, in asura eyes, as too much curiosity. It’s a character trait our entire race thrives upon, the very reason we’ve survived – and, according to some of our kind, one of the reasons we’re superior to everyone else in Tyria. Curiosity, though, has to be twinned with intellect, with …

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Oct 28

Chapter 7: Part 6 – Dead Metal

Know thy enemy – isn’t that the saying? All these months, I’d been staunchly avoiding trying to understand Zurra. I didn’t want, quite frankly, to get inside her head; as long as I could beat her, that was enough. Being back in Rata Sum, though, was reminding me just how disparate asura ideals could be, …

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Oct 10

Chapter 7: Part 5 – T.A.F.D.A.

There’s a feeling of industry unique to asura settlements. Whilst a charr town might be full of the sounds of hammering metal, or a human one with merchants crying their wares, anywhere that contains a good number of asura will be rife with people… thinking. You might think such an activity would be completely silent, …

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