|The Bennett Files: The Case of the Faerie RingIt was a chilly day in Altador, which was why Strai was happy to be working inside for once. As a Maraquan Gelert, he was naturally inclined to be outside, or at least around a body of water. Today, though, he was pretty certain that if he had stayed outside for more than a few hours without an enchantment, he would have shriveled up from the dry air and shrunken into a nice little Brucicle.|
|Pyramid"Are we ready to lock it up, Chief?" Melek asked the soldier in charge of the scene. Chief Lokenus looked at him and raised an eyebrow. "My soldiers will have everything packed within an hour. Why are you so anxious to close it?" "Lokenus, I've been waiting twelve years for this to happen. I'd like to savour it a little, but unfortunately I've got things to do. We need to replace the king, soon."|
|Carrot Cake"Ugh, Emmy, I'm not sure if I can pull this off..." The Maraquan Carma doesn't say anything. It's an hour until dawn in the camp of the Ixi Raiders of Cogham, and Mer is about to lose his mind. That is, if he hasn't completely lost it already. |
|Just a GrarrlMemories of Captain Emilia Grarrl|
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"Pyramid" by azienskieth
"Are we ready to lock it up, Chief?" Melek asked the soldier in charge of the scene.
Chief Lokenus looked at him and raised an eyebrow. "My soldiers will have everything packed within an hour. Why are you so anxious to close it?"
"Lokenus, I've been waiting twelve years for this to happen. I'd like to savour it a little, but unfortunately I've got things to do. We need to replace the king, soon."
King Ordiph, ruler of Sakhmet, had been found unmoving in his bedroom the day before. After being taken to the medical tent, it was announced that the king had passed away. Worse still, the king had not left an heir - a different family line would have to ascend to the throne.
Ordiph had ruled for twelve years, and proved to be a very popular leader among the people of Sakhmet. His chief advisor had been Melek, from the moment he took the throne until the second he lost it.
|Filling Your Trophy Cabinet|
I have been doing my best to find the games that I, and others who aren’t great when it comes to games, can attain with just a little practice and timing everything just right. The games listed aren’t all flash games, but they’re trophies that aren’t always suggested as the easy-to-get ones.
|Chronicles of a Caped Crusader: Long Shadows: Part Five|
Chloe hurried into the HQ the next morning, glad to see the doors were already replaced. She walked into the control room to find Judge Hog and Loraine on a call. She stepped back into the doorway to wait for them to finish. When they did, she entered again.
“Go downstairs and have Dr. Flexo check your head,” Judge Hog told her immediately.
|A Light Faerie's Quest: Part One|
High above the clouds, Flora the Light Faerie lived with her sisters in a small cottage on the outskirts of Faerieland. She had a comfortable life, sharing her knowledge with her younger siblings and making sure they knew the lay of the land and the ways of their people. Folks around town knew of her kindness, as she was constantly doing her best to help others in any way they might need.