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Lord Hades and the Gemstone of Tartarus, Part IV

Eyes that once were of cunning and courage now show the faint emergence of fear realized. From the portal, four bodies crashed to the floor at the travelers’ feet. Four who did not escape the wrath of their pursuer. […]

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Lord Hades and the Gem of Tartarus, Part III

Light wove its way through a hole in the rafters seemingly concentrated on this intruder. Curled ginger hair sat upon her head and framed a face made up in the white and black of old dramatic actors. […]

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Lord Hades and the Gem of Tartarus, Part II

But if those buffoons don’t stop wrecking crap, things are only going to get worse. I swear if I find out one of them is behind these bollocks—some sort of a practical joke—there will be Hades to pay. […]

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Lord Hades and the Gem of Tartarus (Part I)

In the center of the room, there appeared to be an ancient grain bin. This must have been where they dried and ground their crops. In the corner, though, was something interesting: a small wooden chest partially obscured by a fallen rafter. […]

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Children of Nightmares

A master hunter knows patience. Taking your prey too soon, the flesh will be tough, chewy and bitter. The hunt is not over until a calming realization surfaces in their eyes. You must wait until they stop begging for mercy or rescue. […]

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Summer’s Rain: Soliloquy of a Dead Man (Part I)

It never occurred to me that this might be happening. After all, everything has a place, don’t they? And they all were in it, but then again how’s the phrase go…in the depths of a mind insane, fantasy and reality are the same. […]

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Chaos Shift

“What in the…” I shouted aloud again. Ms. Walsh ceased from her babbling at the sound and visibly flinched. “How? How could someone murder a mortal before the Fates had decreed?” […]