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Through Glass Darkly

Through Glass Darkly

I step into a circular glass elevator.  I find it terrifying–all the mechanisms of descent–blue tubes and looped hydraulics–showing so clearly against the ash grey shaft. 1,134 more words


The Life of a 25 Year Campaign (In Pictures)

Hi All,
Been ages since I posted, I know. Reason is, I’ve been pretty active on Reddit.

Anyway, I posted a large photo gallery there of a lot of my maps and notes from the past 25 years of building Drexlor. 88 more words

Short Fiction

Baba Yaga

Not a review.

There’s a special place in my heart for old school fairy tales, though this is the first time I’ve pulled an established character into one of my own. 5,354 more words


Stay Alive

It was the middle of exam period, when things were not going as planned at all. Chandra had failed her anatomy twice and was loosing hope. 765 more words


A Gargantuan Farce

I didn’t set out to take down media mogul Mordred Reynolds, it just fell into my lap. Talk about a David and Goliath story, I’m a nobody techno-geek while he was the founder of Gargantua Enterprises, one of the largest media groups in the world. 723 more words


Old dogs and new tricks

Hauling on the lead, Marjory at last persuaded Blanco from the car. After the trouble she’d had getting him in, she had expected him to leap out as soon as she opened the door. 487 more words


Empty spaces.

John had been alone for a long time. He kept the things he found on makeshift shelves and upturned boxes that he’d scattered around his little inlet in the streets. 1,135 more words