Coming Full Circle

The port city of Paranaeth, Lukia.

Kyas examined the keen edge of the elegant long sword. It was razor sharp and shone brightly in the morning sun. Kyas felt the weight. It was well balanced and not too heavy.

“A fine blade,” confirmed the merchant. Kyas nodded and continued to examine the blade. “For you I’ll only charge fifteen pieces of gold.”

It was a princely sum of money but in no way out of his price range.

“No thanks,” smiled Kyas as he replaced the blade and continued along the market. Read the rest of this entry »

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Betrayed – A John Cobb Adventure

1897 – Darkest Africa
Barely daring to breathe John Cobb remained as silent as was humanly possible. Just below him, around twelve feet or so down the slope, the headhunters stalked past. They looked left and right eager to spot the ‘white devil’ who had so far eluded them. Their glistening, dark, black bodies contrasted with the white, elaborate war paint, and in-your-face head dresses. They were not trying to blend in to the surroundings. They were at war. Read the rest of this entry »

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Hidden Honor

Driving from behind his shield Lintharin powered huge overhand strikes down onto the enemy. Shoulder to shoulder the melee ensued with skirmish lines being forgotten and now totally un-discernable. Brute strength allowed the Nemenon warrior to free up his sword arm and carve up the enemy with his keen-edged long sword. Standing over six foot and built like an ox, the thirty year old, plate-mailed, veteran-mercenary was a solid combat platform and a perfect example of what one could expect to face in the Iron Companies front line. Read the rest of this entry »

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