Monthly Archives: November 2015

What Fits in a Vial

Djaro was one of the Alchemist’s apprentices, and he was by far the most curious. Each day, the students would gather beneath the walnut tree at the village edge, and wait for the Alchemist to come and fetch them. The … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part X)

Victoria sagged into her desk chair. Her meeting with the professor had gone better than she’d expected. The little man had impressed her with his report on the forged message, and while he was clearly still unnerved by the prospect … Continue reading

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Andrew hadn’t been looking where he was going. Instead, he had been checking his phone. He had an important meeting later that day, and somebody had just txt’d him a slight change in venue. Same building, different room. It seemed … Continue reading

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To Serve and Protect

Stop joking around! You can’t take pictures of them! It’s not a laughing matter. I know you’ve been out of the country for awhile but trust me. Photos, video, even voice recording will get you in trouble. They don’t fuck … Continue reading

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Operation Caesar’s Folly (Part IX)

“Won’t they know?” Issac asked 0sc4r as he peered out the small circular window at the passing clouds. “I beg your *click* pardon?” it replied. “One landslide is suspicious, but two almost certainly is sabotage. Won’t the German’s figure out … Continue reading

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