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The Ladies Three

Megovis dearly wants to  hug his friend. For the Ladies are playing strong with the commander this day. To allow the Alsime and Granary to accept him as king and yet in the same breath to snatch that kingship away? … Continue reading

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One Rather Awkward Stipulation

Unexpectedly, Uissid Urinod called a halt to his fight with Krisnavn. Remission? No, for then reminded the Commander Horsemaster that his mother and Clan Dragsin are still awaiting him along the Waters—with Mandatn’s venom, and the rogue Kerdolan. According to Urinod … Continue reading

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A Useful Map For Alsalda Readers . . .

Because I know how confusing it can be to follow the talk when its full of weird and unfamiliar placenames (after all, I live in East Anglia), I have provided a map. If you think there’s something vaguely familiar in … Continue reading

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An Exhilarating Fight

A flotilla of white-sailed Kerdolak longboats fill South Rivergate. Further upriver two immortal Uissids are slogging it out for the privilege of killing Krisnavn: one for his failure to kill Kerrid, immortal Head of Kerdol, the other for his audacity … Continue reading

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The Ogre And Avenger

Kerrid, the Immortal Head of Kerdol, has given to Detah a vision and message for Commander Horsemaster Krisnavn. But what exactly is the message? And whatever it is it can’t be given until Krisnavn returns . . . Read on … Continue reading

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On Ashen Wings

Detah is to entrance again, and as Eblan Erspn has asked: What might the Ancestors make of her? Yet a better question might be: Where will her trance take her; what will it show her . . . Read on … Continue reading

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Upon The Beech-Mother’s Knee

Detah’s head is a’tumble with questions—though the most easily answered is who rides behind her on Belgantros. It’s just the why of it puzzles her. The last she remembers she was trying to move, to pry her lifeless limbs from … Continue reading

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The Eblan’s Child

Detah has found the ideal place for the King’s Hold. But it’s part of an Eblan Freeland. How then to acquire it? Her father will know; he was the wiliest of traders when he was alive . . . Read … Continue reading

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To Hunt The King’s Hold

Again, Detah sits high on Belgantros to farewell the Alisime fleet. Only now it’s Megovis beside her—for Krisnavn rides in the lead boat, his destination Liënershi, his target the immortal Head of Kerdol . . . Read on It seemed … Continue reading

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The Battle Of South Rivergate

Returned from their raids on the Kerdolak trading-holds, Krisnavn’s Alisime fleet finds its way barred by white-sailed longboats. Kerdolak mariners. To gain the safety of South Rivergate they first must defeat them. And they’re somewhat outnumbered . . . Read … Continue reading

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