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My brothers and I crouched in a grotto sculpted by centuries of rainwater, by embers bursting from the rapid chafing of cracked spruce. Every shade of red and orange danced along the cavern walls, reflecting in our eyes and turning our wintry breaths into steam. Another moment, and we would’ve…
Chapter Two: Greenwock’s Weird Words The lore-keeper, who formally introduced himself as Greenwock, led Aibinn through the dim library to a small room behind a bookshelf where he slept. The room was furnished simply, with a short but finely carven bed, a singular bronze lantern (which looked quite fine for…
Chapter One: Tidings of Toadstools In a far bygone age there lived an old hermit. He had no kin and few friends; no one even knew his family name. Those closest to him called him Aibinn, but most folk called him simply Rook. They could have called him Rook due…
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