Monthly Archives: July 2015

Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part II)

The Admiral’s visit had disrupted Victoria’s schedule, but she had ensured the departure from England was timely, and by early that same evening her airship was slipping quietly over demilitarized France towards the Alps. 0sc4r filled her cup to 1/8th … Continue reading

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Slow

The man was slow. Not dim-witted; physically slow. He moved at a ponderous, deliberate pace which made performing any task quickly seem impossible. He was not old or fat or visibly ill, he simply moved as if this were the … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (chapter one)

[For these fine people. Thanks for asking my friends :), I’m having a blast writing this stuff] Issac held his bag tightly as the plane climbed steadily up into the clouds. He had been assured that the pilots of the … Continue reading

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Waiting for the Bus

John would feel so much better if he could read the language here. He knew a few words, and the cds he’d been listening to had taught him a few phrases, but he was still very lost. He had managed … Continue reading

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The Tale of Ayla and the Blue Knight

[It’s high time I posted some more of the Tale of Ayla here. This is super skipping ahead in the tale, but it has been waaaaay too long since I posted something Ayla related. Please enjoy :)] This is the … Continue reading

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