Chase Isherwood

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Date registered: September 5, 2012

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  1. Chapter Twenty Four: Coping Mechanisms — February 19, 2017
  2. Chapter Twenty Three: Restraint — February 8, 2017
  3. Chapter Twenty Two: Hunger — January 28, 2017
  4. Chapter Twenty One: Awry (Part 2) — January 8, 2017
  5. Chapter Twenty One: Awry (Part 1) — December 25, 2016

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Feb 19

Chapter Twenty Four: Coping Mechanisms

My body gently shook as the wagon I was inside travelled through roads I couldn’t see. I was shoved into a cage held in the back, my prosthetic was taken, a sack was tied over my head. My arm and legs were bound and I was searched for any weapons. They found none, I didn’t …

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Feb 08

Chapter Twenty Three: Restraint

  Garfas was dead, Daniel had betrayed me, I was surrounded by the fringe, and the secros were nowhere to be found. My emotions were… rampant. A twisting nether of desire, sorrow, anger. Sides of me were wrestling with each other, trying to decide what was the best course of action. It was painful, so …

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Jan 28

Chapter Twenty Two: Hunger

My feet entered the barracks, the sole of my boots against the blood splattered earth. The only sound in the agonizing silence were my steps, and my ever quickening breaths. This wasn’t happening, this couldn’t happen. Everyone was dead, stabbed, impaled, scorched, eviscerated. My warband, my companions. For a brief moment I felt a stab …

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Jan 08

Chapter Twenty One: Awry (Part 2)

I found my hand grasping at the table in front of me to keep myself upright. The memories that had flooded in made it hard for me to keep my balance. “Anavari?” I felt Daniel’s hand on my back. “What’s wrong big guy?” I opened my eyes, shallow breaths escaped me as I tried to …

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Dec 25

Chapter Twenty One: Awry (Part 1)

“This will definitely not work,” said Thoc as he sat by my side as we overlooked the plains of Ashford from the citadel walls.   “Not with that attitude,” I muttered. “I hate to say this but you should be a bit more optimistic about it, it’s not as if there’s much room for error. …

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