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Chapter Three: Dreaming

Greetings, Sea-folk! As promised In my last missive, I will be posting pages as I get them done. You may remember that this was due to a crazy-busy convention season; well, a funny thing happened on the way to the second and third cons: I caught the nastiest “cold” (that word seems like the understatement of the century) I’ve had in many a year and had to… 131 more words

Webcomic

Weird Modern Leagues and Cycling Adventures

Getting the Magic Bug means travailing and traversing a variety of formats and for once, I’ve actually brought some diversity to my decklists.

Standard has been freed from the shackles of Felidar Guardian, meaning I’ve (digitally) sleeved up a 75. 699 more words

The Lake Folk

A cluster of crude stone dwellings stained with algae loomed suddenly out of the gloom on all sides. Here and there at the dark windows, Harry saw faces… faces that bore no resemblance at all to the painting of the mermaid in the prefects’ bathroom…

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Movie Monsters

The Tower By The Sea

There is only a tower, standing now by the sea.

               Grey and washed out, forlorn against blue sky.

              

               On the clear mornings, on the cold, bitter nights… 139 more words

Poetry

Domina Cultures - Merfolk

“Land breaks, but water flows.”

– Dagonite saying

Several years after the toy maker was invented, Isaac Clarke managed to perfect the Mermaid Lungs, a large modification to the human respiratory system that allowed them to breathe water as well as air. 7,222 more words

Literature

The Ocean's Teeth - (Story for a Flashfiction Challenge)

This was written for a flashfiction challenge from Chuck Wendig; it was inspired by this picture.

It is precisely 1,000 words, hitting the challenge limit. 1,045 more words

Writing

Merfolk

Merfolk are basically mammals, apes, who have decided to return to the sea and developed separate from humans. 1,781 more words

Characters