||Issue: 241 | 26th day of Hunting, Y8
|Tropical Tragedy: Search for the Jungly Jem - Part FiveI glanced to the right of the crowd to see a
lonely Maraquan Kyrii sulking in a seaweed bed...|
|Return of the Double Agent: Part Nine"The king calls you to the Dining Hall," said the guard
on her right. Those words were enough to make Cylene freeze completely on the spot...
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|The Five Sacred Stones of Geraptiku: Part SixThe next morning, I decided to return to Geraptiku.
I had to see it again...|
|The Path to Freedom: Part Four"I am Illusen's niece," she said proudly. Then
her eyes filled with sorrow. "The niece she never knew she had..."|
|The Fall of Qasala: Part Four"Qasala will only ever belong to the King or Queen of the city, and will never bow down to Sakhmet. You can try to destroy it, but be warned: we will fight back..."|
|The Lost King of Geraptiku: Part Three"Gosh, Zar," thought Donis, "Can you believe
I've been here for a whole year?" |
|Nothing is As it Seems: Part Three"Has anyone considered telling them the truth?
Fyora will listen!" Rance said hopefully, desperately. "She has to!"|
|Chronicles of the Court Rogue: Treachery - Part ThreeMareian smiled her cutest smile. "There's a Gelert
who owes me something, a royal one who goes by the name of Jasagh; I don't suppose
you've heard anything of him?" |
|A Weak Heart: Part TwoShe thought for a minute, chewing on her lip
and wringing her hands. "The bedroom!" she cried suddenly, racing past me into
the small room my brother and I shared...|
|A Quest Unlike Any Other: Part Two"Hey, TC," he called. "Is it still okay for me
to go to the Lost Desert today? I really want to try my luck on the Fruit Machine.
And visit Qasala, and-"|
|The Forgotten Faerieland: Part TwoTuirsa tentatively spoke to Luce first. "Luce,
I fear that Baelia is somehow planning the downfall of faerie pets. I don't
know how I know this, but it's a deep feeling I have."|
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"Why You Should Never Feed a Meepit" by tetra_star213
I exploded. "WHAT! I LOVE RADISH HOT DOGS!" The meepit gave me a stare, almost like an evil look, and giggled. Fuming, I dragged Zelda down the block to neoschool. Something was wrong about that meepit. I decided to push those thoughts out of my mind. I turned around to Zelda. She was waving at it...
The Obsidian Dagger was the thorn in the side
of the rich, but no hero of the poor. One person profited from what he did,
and he was the one doing it...