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Beautiful Chaos: Part Six

"We've been walking for hours and we're no closer to Cedrik or the Citadel!" Leo grumbled, as he noticed the faintest rays of the rising sun coming over the hills. "We've walked in circles ALL NIGHT."

by tanikagillam
Treasure Lost: Part Six

"I was beginning to think that no one would come to witness the conclusion of my finest experiment."

by vampiroteuthus
What's in a Name?: Part Five

"Is that the best you've got!?" she mocked over the din of the magical battle. "Even combined, you're nothing! Let me show you what a real witch can do!"

by herdygerdy
Switched Beings, Switched Minds: Part Four

Then Xavier began to laugh. "Oh, all's well. Just a bit of a mix-up, that's all," he explained. "You know, three people. Three objects. Didn't think such a spell existed, but..."

by thornfoot2
A Renewed Hope: Part Four

She found Ria in the Training Room, expertly slashing dummies with a sword. "Um... Ria? What are you doing?" Janice asked, surprised.

by chimie119
The Doctor's Tale: Part Three

I shivered. Maybe I had been brought to Terror Mountain. Maybe I was outside the Snowager's cave, waiting to be fed to him.

by madidogs88
Faerie Tales from After the Fall: Part Two

I. Hate. Trees. Trees remind me of Illusen, whom I loathe with all my being.

by mystie06
The Search for a Home and a Friend: Part Two

Spike woke up to the sound of a pan sizzling. He walked to what seemed like a kitchen and saw Jason cooking omelets.

"Good morning! We're going to be eating these on the go. We need to find you a petpet," Jason said.

by hannahcreep

Usuki Singing Stars #11: Patricia's Holiday Miracle - Part Three

"You pounded your daughter!?!?!" Patricia exclaimed.

by downrightdude
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"The Case of the Pilfered Painting" by nafisa_s_rasul
Artimin looked at the paintings. He had his notebook in one hand, and was chewing the end of his pencil with a look of deep thought on his face. The young Brown Lutari was evidently quite puzzled. This was to be his first major case as a private detective. His method was simple – always go by facts and nothing but facts, and treat even the slightest detail as a possible clue...

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Prisoner of Stitches
I sat on a tidy shelf, staring straight ahead with unblinking blue eyes. I could not turn to look at the plushies next to me, but I knew what they were.

by potatoobsessed


Past Times: A Week in the Life of a Larnikin Soldier
What is this? It looks like an old diary. Wonder what this petpetpet's life was like... eons ago...

Also by 1335512

by chaotizitaet


Exclusive Wishing Well Interview
My first reaction was, wait... What.... OMG NOOOOOOO WAAAAAAAAY.

Also by mikh26

by blue_eyed_tiger_j


The Secrets Behind Governor Gavril McGill
Months ago, back in July, a very memorable event happened. A giant squid emerged from the depths of the unknown, wrapped its enormous tentacles around Krawk Island and pulled it down into the sea...

by kaddiez


The Chocolate Factory
Death by chocolate isn't that bad a way to go, however.

Art by awesome_maggie

by patjade


Search for the Wishing Well
Wait, did somebody say Wishing Well?! *floods the editorial submissions*

by serebii251

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