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    Thread: Familiar Voices
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Should he have seen how the black sand twisted the earth, should he feel it circling its own axis, the jackal may very well not have run into this familiar pale face at all, turning tail in avoidance ...
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    Thread: Familiar Voices
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King now. That was a story for another day. If Kashmir had known more of Gemini’s ins and outs, he may have judged them in his keen way as chaotic. They were comprised of its royal family and rogue...
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    Thread: goodbye to a world | Nardir refugees
Post: RE: goodbye to a world | Nardir refugees

It was only natural that he would be the first to meet an approaching band of wolves. Some things never change, do they? But he wasn’t concerned, though the promptness with which he showed up may ha...
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    Thread: the stories we made [prp]
Post: RE: the stories we made [prp]

He smelled that sudden rush of fear, that deadly mother’s instinct to tear through anything between she and her babies, and so Kashmir slowed his movements upon entrance, lowering his head in a submis...
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    Thread: the stories we made [prp]
Post: RE: the stories we made [prp]

They'd come a very long way. It was a challenge to imagine these newborns someday embarking on their own quests (for glory, for redemption, who knew?) and penning their own chapterbooks, most of all ...
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    Thread: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Kashmir]
Post: RE: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Ka...

To cast away the belief in monsters, perhaps, was to let something too horrible to fathom inch closer to your soul, thinning the boundary between them and you. No small wonder that someone like Kashmi...
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    Thread: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Kashmir]
Post: RE: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Ka...

It was far easier than Kashmir was willing to know to view him as monster. What were monsters, anyway? A cat to a songbird. A snake to a mouse. Anything that hurts and devours inexorably, anything tha...
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    Thread: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Kashmir]
Post: RE: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Ka...

He was like a moth fluttering to light, the poor creature. Kashmir studied him, seeing everything missing nothing, and the penetrating gaze was not so different than the renegade's of his nightmares. ...
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    Thread: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Kashmir]
Post: RE: Like a shadowy reflection of you [Anglachel/Ka...

Born into a house of pain, seeking out something kinder and lighter that made more god damned sense, the fugitive prince and the king of swords had more in common perhaps than they'd ever surmise... y...
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    Thread: Not my Gumdrop Buttons!
Post: RE: Not my Gumdrop Buttons!

It wouldn’t surprise or offend him to know that he was not remembered. He’d been captain of the guard before he was marquis, he’d battled against this living marshmallow mountain in the days of the re...
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    Thread: agape
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They'd all felt the teeth and venom of the same beast. They'd all come out alive and mostly intact from the other side of a terrible veil. It was a sick sort of way to bond with one another, but you ...
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    Thread: Not my Gumdrop Buttons!
Post: RE: Not my Gumdrop Buttons!

Murdock was one of those Inarians he tended to forget about. Until they met again, of course. Then he questioned who in their right mind could ever forget the mad white beast. He'd come to them years...
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    Thread: Psychosomatic [Setebos]
Post: Psychosomatic [Setebos]

Quote: -- Twilight in Inaria. He ought to have been sleeping, lost in some whispering dream. That precious reprieve had been stolen away from him by the vindictive ghosts of an old wound. In h...
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    Thread: Kashmir's Halfway House For Loud Orphans [ARCHIVE]
Post: Kashmir's Halfway House For Loud Orphans [ARCHIVE]

[02:57] -- slenderSpider [SS] It's some time after the war. They've purified the water. Cleaned up all the ghastly mess. Kashmir is roaming the outskirts without much aim. Probably patrolling. Or broo...
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