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Date registered: September 5, 2012

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  1. Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (Part 3) — March 22, 2015
  2. Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (part 2) — February 22, 2015
  3. Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (Part 1) — February 8, 2015
  4. Chapter Twelve: Voids (Part 3) — November 23, 2014
  5. Chapter Twelve: Voids (Part 2) — November 9, 2014

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Mar 22

Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (Part 3)

Previous Chapter Part 3   This area of Divinity’s Reach was definitely one I had not ventured into before. It was just outside the Central Plaza. There were spaces around the entirety of the garden that allowed you to overlook large parts of the city. It was quite remarkable really, You could almost see everything …

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Feb 22

Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (part 2)

It was a long day of tinkering with the warband. These were the few days that I actually enjoyed my duty. Mostly it would be everyone working together to find more innovative ways to take out our enemies. It was mostly guns or other mechanisms, sometimes new designs for engines or simply plot out new …

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Feb 08

Chapter Thirteen: Idiots (Part 1)

I can’t do this on my own.   Who ever said that you were alone?   I was awaken by the sunlight striking my face, my eyes were immediately blinded by the incandescence. I sat up, trying to put my head back together. I gathered my thoughts and recollected what had happened the night prior. …

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Nov 23

Chapter Twelve: Voids (Part 3)

Editor’s Note : This chapter contains scenes of mild-gore. Readers discretion is advised. There is nothing wrong with me.   Then why do your eyes look so sad?   “Yes,” I said into the black night, into the row of murderous eyes before me. “why?” Constant inquiries bombarded my mind as I charged in. It …

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Nov 09

Chapter Twelve: Voids (Part 2)

Editor’s note : Due to a mishap in the scheduling, this chapter has been uploaded a week later than it was suppose to. We apologize for this error.  “Are you nervous?” asked Argus. “I will be alright,” I said taking several large breaths to relax my nerves. “Just, not too accustomed to performing in front …

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