Tag Archive: nightmare

Jun 04

Chapter 75: Warning

Chapter 75: Warning In Which A Cryptic Message Is Discovered. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin: The three continue along the better part of the week, casually bantering amongst each other and forming something along the semblance of a friendship. Finally, on the fifth day, as evening grows closer and the sky begins to darken, Soquan turns to his two …

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May 14

Chapter 66: Bridge Makers

Chapter 66: Bridge Makers In Which One Does Not Merely Walk Across The River. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin Woodgreen: The duo make surprisingly good time for the day, and as it begins to grow dark out, they start to hear the noises of work beasts up ahead. Soquan turns to Jozra with a broad smile. “Sounds like …

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May 07

Chapter 63: Dreams In Triplet

Chapter 63: Dreams In Triplet In Which Destiny Begins To Assert Itself. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin: While the ferret falls asleep, Soquan is currently dreaming of walking down some random stretch of road while talking to his ferret companion about lighthearted things. Suddenly, his dreamscape shifts and the otter looks around the area. Being able to see doesn’t …

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Apr 18

Chapter 55: Isolation

Chapter 55: Isolation In Which Jozra’s Subconscious Is Really Kind Of A Jerk. ——————————————————————————————— Yazeth: As the quiet sounds of beast sleeping slip through the night, Jozra briefly awakens somewhat troubled but she is far too tired to ponder why. She rolls over and swiftly falls back asleep, breathing a little easier but still with a …

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Apr 09

Chapter 51: Dark Forest

Chapter 51: Dark Forest In Which Things Take A Turn For The Worse. ——————————————————————————————— Yazeth: Joseph putters quietly about the kitchen before briefly retreating to his bedroom to dress for the day. He pays a visit to his herb garden, harvesting some leaves and removing snails. By this time the sun has been fully up …

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Mar 12

Chapter 39: Soquan’s Nightmare

Chapter 39: Soquan’s Nightmare In Which Jozra Isn’t The Only One With Bad Dreams. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin Woodgreen:  His dream starts simply enough; he’s walking down a forest path, coming to the top of a tall hill. Once he reaches the top, he can see large storm clouds gathering and the wind picks up heavily. There’s a …

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Mar 10

Chapter 38: Slipping Away

Chapter 38: Slipping Away In Which Blades Fly. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin Woodgreen: He drags himself upstairs a while later slipping quietly into the room in case she’s sleeping. Yazeth: Jozra is not exactly sleeping, curled on her bed. She’s not exactly awake either.  She’s spent the past hour or so since she finished packing — in which …

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Mar 03

Chapter 35: Turning The Tables

Chapter 35: Turning The Tables In Which A Little Action Is Better Than Words. ——————————————————————————————— Yazeth: Kirrian, true to her word, is rather tired and returns directly to her room while Sola, Dawn and the cooks begin distributing meals throughout the house. Neither of them see fit to update Jozra on the situation, however, when they …

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Feb 05

Chapter 24: Comforting After The Nightmare

Chapter 24: Comforting After The Nightmare In Which Jozra’s Nightmares Are Back With A Vengeance. ——————————————————————————————— Arrin Woodgreen: Soquan enters and flops down beside Jozra. Arrin grins, “So tell me what happened to you guys.” Soquan nods and proceeds to tell her about their recent ‘Adventures.’ Yazeth: As Soquan tells the tale, Jozra occasionally interjects with …

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Jan 20

Chapter 18: Nightmare

Chapter 18: Nightmare In Which Jozra Doesn’t Get Sweet Dreams. ——————————————————————————————— Yazeth: “Goodnight.” She enters the room and sets down the light pack, empty of spare clothes, on a chair in the corner. She looks around the room intently for a moment before closing the door and climbing into bed. No candles needed if you know …

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