The Last Day of October--Ch. 2 The Last Day of OctoberPart 2 The Quinarth rim valleys harbored a dense population of Faire Folk or as they prefer to be knownthe "Free Folk." Hundreds of permanent towns and villages dotted the misty shores of the Quinarth Rim Area. Hundreds more nested in the surrounding trees or in dens among the root system. Others were always on the move, wandering in pursuit of trade, the next seasonal crop or greener pastures for their herds. Although they were living in a beautiful and fruitful land that was protected from the hostile outside world, the Free Folk knew better than to trust the idyllic scenes before their eyes. Their land held many dangershuge predators like the weira and yowie lurked in the deep wood.
The Ones Who Stayed--Ch. 1 The Ones Who StayedPart 1 Carpeting the northwestern edge of the free-floating island state of Wind City was a dark and mysterious forest. On the outside, it looked no different from the other ancient forests down below, and its size was rather modest compared to Wind City. However, should anyone be courageous enough to enter this forest, they would soon notice a number of increasingly strange things. The climate always stayed the same here, even in the driest of times. Perpetual saturation of winter rain and summer fog kept this emerald portion cool and wet. It also appeared to be much bigger on the inside than on the outside, growing larger, older an
Ch--3, Day 24-Cold Curse Files Chapter 3Day 24 Day 24Haverhinkle RoadThe 4th of Oct.It had just finished raining. Once again Kes was on an important errand, followed by her ever-faithful cat and carrying an umbrella that wasn't her own. It actually belonged to a bad-tempered "bird girl" whom she accidentally run into earlier while fleeing a strange goblin-like creature. It was all this "goblin's fault, he had landed on her umbrella causing her to run in terror. Later, he translated the angry twitter speech of the girl, explaining to Kes that since she ruined the birthday cake that was meant for the girl's mother, payment must be made. Upon hearing that Kes had no money to pay, the "bird girl" accused her of being a thief. Angered by this ou
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