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Vikas Muralidharan



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Posted: Sun Aug 10, 2014 8:16 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the
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HalfEmptyHero



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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 2:25 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment
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Vishal Muralidharan



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Posted: Wed Aug 13, 2014 10:12 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she
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PopeAlessandrosXVIII



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Posted: Tue Aug 19, 2014 8:40 pm    Post subject: Post  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched
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Vishal Muralidharan



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Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2014 6:33 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it
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PopeAlessandrosXVIII



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Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2014 2:51 pm    Post subject: Post  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something
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Key



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Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2014 5:52 pm    Post subject: Re: Post  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do
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PopeAlessandrosXVIII



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Posted: Fri Aug 22, 2014 6:18 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking
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kkdestiny



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Posted: Fri Aug 28, 2015 7:00 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that
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Key



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Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 11:35 am    Post subject:  

50 words left!
Update: these stories tend to peter out, so I'm adding a deadline to the game. At the bottom, it will say how many words are left in the story. Every time you do a new post, subtract two from that number, and let's try to finish when it reaches zero!

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.
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Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 1:33 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as cerival rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took


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LordoftheNight



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Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 3:21 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps


(46 words left. I was never here.)
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Lilith



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Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 4:15 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced


(44 words left. He lies, he followed me.)
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kkdestiny



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Posted: Tue Sep 08, 2015 6:06 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to

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Posted: Wed Sep 09, 2015 11:18 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people

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Vishal Muralidharan



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Posted: Wed Sep 09, 2015 6:21 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to
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Vikas Muralidharan



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Posted: Wed Sep 09, 2015 8:54 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the

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PopeAlessandrosXVIII



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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 7:47 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast


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Posted: Thu Sep 10, 2015 3:37 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would


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Posted: Tue Sep 15, 2015 6:03 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her


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Posted: Wed Sep 16, 2015 9:00 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the


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Posted: Thu Sep 17, 2015 6:19 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just


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Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2015 4:35 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At

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Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2015 1:44 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the

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Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2015 6:01 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of

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Posted: Sat Sep 19, 2015 7:46 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke

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Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 3:17 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving

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Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:30 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some

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Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 1:46 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She

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Posted: Sun Sep 20, 2015 2:39 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away

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Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 2:43 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away the knife

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Posted: Mon Sep 21, 2015 9:38 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away the knife. Finally, the

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Posted: Tue Sep 22, 2015 5:50 am    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away the knife. Finally, the crowd separated

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Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 12:01 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away the knife. Finally, the crowd separated to reveal

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Posted: Mon Sep 28, 2015 1:24 pm    Post subject:  

The knife was farther in Sam's favor than it was the killer's. Quickly, she lunged forward to grab it and with a movement so smooth that God herself could not have escaped it, the knife took off the killer's hand so cleanly.

"Arrrggh!" she shrieked, stumbling backwards into the alley. Sam was stunned - she knew the cry would draw the attention of local residents and hopefully, they would be able to identify the mess after the killer got shredded.

The shredding commenced as several rats squeaked, darting from the shadows to rip and tear at the killer. With a scream, he bit the head off of the rat closest to the sewer grate. Ten more seconds, Sam prayed. The din rose as the rats spawned and chewed at every exposed bit of skin until the breath of life flowed no more.

Sam let out her breath. It had been a long time since she'd had to bear the curse of her people. The last time was when her brother gave up his life in a ritual that would secure their family's safety for generations. However, that safety was broken completely off now, and it fell to Sam to renew the lost honor. Laughing, she turned towards the warm glow of the open door to her potential doom and with a quick lunge, she ran head-first into Gathin's laire. The first thing that struck Sam was the smell. Somehow it reminded her of the attic apartment that she once searched, maybe it had something to do with taking away that magic book.

She took two steps and glanced around to the people, hoping to find the one beast that would challenge her. But the crowd just gawped. At last, the sound of applause broke out, giving Sam some courage. She put away the knife. Finally, the crowd separated to reveal her brother.

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Key



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Posted: Sat Oct 03, 2015 3:25 pm    Post subject:  

Yay, we finished!

Ideas for a title? How about "The Family Curse"?
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Posted: Mon Oct 05, 2015 11:22 am    Post subject:  

Given the ending, maybe "A Surprise Visitor" :D
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Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 1:36 pm    Post subject:  

"A Bloody Reunion"
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kkdestiny



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Posted: Thu Oct 08, 2015 1:39 pm    Post subject:  

Hm...when we decide on a title this, do we want me to make a story thread for this one too? It sounds neat and comprehensible.
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Posted: Fri Oct 09, 2015 1:18 pm    Post subject:  

I like the idea you mentioned of putting all the finished ones together in one thread as they go.
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