Monthly Archives: March 2014


It’s not easy being green, but spring was just around the corner in Palantine City, Ar Nemnu’s capital – and the central parliament invited every citizen to hear a lesson on St. Patrick’s Day – a lesson that typically concluded … Continue reading

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A Namir in the Desert

A Namir in the Desert Farzan spurred his Arabian mare farther and farther from Cairo, hoping desperately that he would outpace his but recent Hash-Ashin brethren. He cursed his ill fortune but above all he cursed his cowardice for not … Continue reading

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