Varr

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Date registered: November 18, 2014

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  1. Hide Your Fires VIII — June 26, 2017
  2. Hide Your Fires VII — June 12, 2017
  3. Hide Your Fires VI — May 2, 2017
  4. Hide Your Fires V — April 3, 2017
  5. Hide Your Fires IV — March 21, 2017

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Jun 26

Hide Your Fires VIII

  I leaned to the left, avoiding the enormous arrow the norn archer sent my way and swung my greatsword around, energy crackling along the length of the weapon. My beam caught the Son of Svanir square in the chest, breaking his bow into pieces and sent him tumbling back. His vision went dark, and …

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Jun 12

Hide Your Fires VII

Ciani breathed out, released the arrow, and sent it whistling through the early morning mist. It buried itself right beside her first, shaking yet another clump of snow from the wooden dummy she’d borrowed from Elsif. There was an odd, alien elegance to her as she drew another arrow from her quiver, lay it against …

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May 02

Hide Your Fires VI

  “They’re not knights as you might understand them,” Elsif explained to me as Ciani’s men were setting up camp. “Closer to mercenaries, but not quite that either.” “Then what?” I asked. We stood in the lodge, away from the band, speaking quietly to avoid being heard. “They take contracts as sellswords or assassins, but …

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Apr 03

Hide Your Fires V

Most mornings had started in much the same way. Elsif’s stirring in her furs would rouse me from whatever mangled semblance of a dream had played through my sleeping mind, and I would rise. There would be little conversation while we prepared for the day, but the last two and a half months of it …

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Mar 21

Hide Your Fires IV

  I wondered if it was easier for those who had been born truly blind. Having never known colours, light, or the relative pleasures and horrors of vision, I wondered if they lived in a state of blissful ignorance. Were they frustrated when told of something they could never experience? Or was it a matter …

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