(starting this up since the last person to do this has gone AWOL)
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Three groups of half bloods set out to find what was going on with the world and to save their camp. They traveled to the underworld, to Idaho, and to Florida and fought many different challenges along the way. They lost friends and gained more enemies along the way but a mysterious titan was pulling the strings the whole time.
A group of pilots went to investigate a signal when suddenly they blacked out when nearing it. They woke up on a planet without a name and many different Facilities in vastly different areas. They fought for their new friends and learned new things. Then they ultimately won the battle by working together.
A seemingly routine mission to linkup with a Bothan spy and receive an intelligence packet gets turned upside down when the Alliance team sent to retrieve the intel is ambushed by Imperial forces who know far more about the Rebel plan than expected. Cut off, far from Alliance support on the gritty industrial world of Exaron, the survivors team up with a local resistance cell to retrieve the intelligence and get off-world before the Imperials can close in on them and destroy them for good, but there is far more to this intelligence than they initially thought, and the fate of the entire Rebellion hangs in the balance.
The Greek Gods once ruled far and wide but now in the modern age they are weak and shadows of what they once were, starving for the substance that once sustained them: human worship. Ever contentious, they have scattered but a threat arises that will unite them all. Echidna, one of their greatest enemies has escaped her prison and released her monstrous brood as well as Cronus king of the Titans. Will they be able to stop them before they release Echidna's mate, the powerful Typhon before whom Even Zeus in his full power trembled? Can the Olympians put aside thousands of years of rivalry and squabbling to work together to defeat this threat?
Dawn casts its rosy fingers over the sleeping village, painting it in shades of pink and gold. The scene is painfully idyllic with just the right touch of birdsong. In the village green the signs of a thoroughly enjoyed mid-summer celebration can be seen: smoldering embers in the bonfire pit, empty jugs and overturned tankards, even a tunic or two. Early risers who have inexplicably dodged hangovers begin to slip from their beds and stoke the carefully banked coals from last night’s fires, waking a new fire in the hearth. The baker is up despite the night’s festivities as well he should be, elbow deep in dough, hastily kneading his product, his eyes on the already heated oven planning the steps of his day that should by all rights be just like any other. The Swineherd too is up too, getting dressed and ready to move his sounder out into the forest for grazing, His still dreaming mind hoping for the chance find of truffles.
He whistles as he walks to the pen, his crook in hand, but stops a few feet from it puzzled by what he sees. The pigs have gathered near the edge of the pen and are happily rooting at something. The sows gently push their young away with hind legs, intent upon what they are feasting on. The Swineherd curses under his breath, thinking that he’d lost a pig overnight and the others were indulging in cannibalism. He strides forward only to stop short again as his hastily eaten breakfast threatens to come back up. Poking up from the mud is a well gnawed human hand.
So it begins.
Brooksby is the property by and large of Lord Robert Bessom, and all pay him for use of his land and offer him fealty and a portion of their harvest on top of that. He's an easy landlord, largely unconcerned about what goes on on his land as long as the rent and taxes are paid and his larder is kept full. However his son, Marc is or rather was, a bit of a problem. Born on the wrong side of the sheets, the results of a mid-summer festival well spent, he was spoiled, doted upon and raised with a sense of entitlement. He was soon after supplanted by Lord Robert’s legitimate son but that never bothered him as he got the same level of indulgence with none of the responsibility. He grew into an arrogant bully, just charming and handsome enough to occasionally make a girl loose her sense of good judgment and guaranteed that he had a parcel of “friends” who liked work about as much as he did. Armed with a pack of flunkies and connections he made quite a nuisance of himself but was smart enough to never cross the line. So when he turns up dead the only one to mourn is his father.
The grief stricken lord lays down a judgement on the Village, 24 hours to hand over the killer or the village burns. Will the Village find the killer, sacrifice an innocent for the good of all or will the village burn?
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After the epic conclusion of Shadows of Olympus, the gods and goddesses of Mount Olympus return in Shadows of Olympus: Chapter Two. The time is Now, and the once-powerful Pantheon lay diminished and divided against the backdrop of modern American society, merely surviving in a world that no longer believes or worships them.
However, old enemies stir, forcing the Pantheon into action. Echidna, scheming Mother of Monsters, and her devilish consort, the dreaded and murderous Typhon, overcome the defenses of the Underworld and take the realm of Hades as their own, with their unholy sights set on death, destruction, and most of all -- revenge against the arrogant Olympians that had imprisoned them.
Battles are fought; tragic lost loves reunite. Betrayal from within casts its dark shadow, and those souls long believed dead find life anew. The Olympians find themselves engaged in the greatest battle of their immortal lives. Can they put aside old schemes and enmities to work together against a common foe, or will the prejudices and prides of antiquity see that they fall into myth forever?
When a rainstorm lasts for days and illness spreads through the city, a hunt for the demonic cause of the downpour begins. A medieval tale of mystery, lies and deceit stirs between the city walls in a race against the clock.
Lola and Thiago are pitted against each other in a violent, nonsensical match to fight for the ultimate prize. A fierce battle between pet rocks and football follows, as these two kids beat the hell out of each other.
An ordinary girl's life changes among a disease that had killed most of her city when she is rescued by no ordinary angel. They band together with other angels and must risk everything to defeat the Devil himself.
Her world was dying. It had hit an evolution stage where everything, beast and plant, in the life cycle was fading quickly. The story begins with a lithe alien cat named Nyr is searching for food in the time of the Waning, a time where the plants of her world hibernate and food is scarce, hovering over a creature that is ignorant of her presence as she kills her first meal in days. The dying echoes of the creature and shed blood gives away to a new sight. One of a stork bat that had traveled a long way into her world.
His home was gone in brimstone and explosive light, his siblings scattered to the vast realms of space seeking a place while cradling the last remains of their world. Millions of lives, each taken a form in different colored eggs carried as his charge before crashing onto a small planet. Little does he know his life, his purpose and very crumbling balance of Nyr’s world is about to change. It all starts when he clashes after flying through billions of stars right into a tree losing one of his charges that happen to stop right in the paws of Nyr…
Those two creatures, so terribly different, join one another, connected for unknown reasons, to save Nyr’s dying world. A world that promises to be a new home for Jinijz’s wards and a new beginning for them all. With each egg that hatches, a new mystery of either wonderful or other horror draw both closer, their migration bring many challenges in the search to meet the sea. The grief and joy of motherhood, the love seems impossible and life’s little twists and turns. Her gliding him through the rules of her survival meeting each danger head on as Jinijz learns his life can more purpose then his given task. Though they lack the ability to communicate, their understanding of each other knows no limits on this journey. Onward they reach for the sea.
When a young orphan girl by the name of Taryn is recruited into a group of assassins, the Brotherhood, it is done so with seemingly selfish purposes by an arrogant assassin who has nothing but a bad reputation among his own kind. Titus Hart, The Snake. Enlisted because of her stealth and stealing skills, it is no surprise how quickly the girl climbs through the ranks within the Brotherhood of London. What is surprising, however, is the one known for his unique way of killing through poison, Titus, is the one she wants to train under as an apprentice.
On this journey, young Taryn gains more than weapon wielding abilities, and over the first two years of her joining she isn’t the only one learning a few new things. The outwardly proud, self-centered Titus has found his one and only true friend, and has grown more than a soft spot for the continually maturing Taryn. Will they remain side-by-side as just friends, or will the ever growing troubles brewing not only within England, but across Europe push them to cling even tighter to each other for support? For in our first Volume of the Venom Saga, both our assassins quickly learn that while there is no black and white, no good verses evil, they can and will do what is necessary to climb to the top and save what is precious to them.
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