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Anavari

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Date registered: September 5, 2012

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  1. Chapter Sixteen: Flow (Part 1) — July 27, 2015
  2. Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 4) — July 12, 2015
  3. Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 3) — June 14, 2015
  4. Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 2) — May 31, 2015
  5. Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 1) — May 17, 2015

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Jul 27

Chapter Sixteen: Flow (Part 1)

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The light that broke through my window was what finally stirred me awake, somewhat at least. I could barely open my eyes, let alone think a coherent thought. It was all a blurry mess of images and sounds. I woke up to a series of figures standing before me. “How long will he be out?” …

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Jul 12

Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 4)

My body remained still and lifeless, resting on the surface of this ghost infested undercroft, feeling the cold stone underneath. Faint echoes could be heard in the distance, but I couldn’t make out the words, I could feel my body moving however, or being moved more like it. Faint wisps of energy were traveling within …

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Jun 14

Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 3)

I remembered. I remembered the the flowing channels traversing within my chest. The ever present node of energy was there, faint, but persistent. I became conscious of my still body, resting on the floor, unmoved by the ice cold air around me. I was so close to the void, so close to being completely dead, …

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May 31

Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 2)

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“Why are you all dark and shadowy?” asked Garfas as he shoved his blade into the chest of a flame legion charr, picked up his body and threw him to another enemy. “Its the death shroud!” I exclaimed back as I parried a blade and shoved an orb of energy into a grunt’s face, killing …

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May 17

Chapter Fifteen: Heartless (Part 1)

I don’t know what to do The answer is in front of you.   It was getting hard to breath, the air was frozen, my muscles struggled to move. Moisture in the air clung to my fur and froze immediately, forcing me to wipe away the quickly forming layer of ice. It was so cold, …

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