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Archive for December 2014

The Rotting of Nature

Marked by celebrations in many an organisation, the festive and monumental year 400 CoE culminated in the arrival of the Solstice season, which was made even more joyous by the reappearance of the quite content Crumkane, Lord of Epicurean Delights. In the spirit of the holiday, Jolly Bundy and his entourage of red-clad gnomes brought…

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“What is Elf on a Shelf, anyway?”

One fateful day off, as I sat in front of my computer with a steaming cup of coffee, it dawned on me – Elf on a Shelf is a terrifying, horrible concept that has further polluted the beautiful idea of the holiday season. What mad, commercialism-driven fiend developed this evil toy that watches people from…

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November Vesteran Honours

For the November Vesteran Honours, Portius won the bardic  contest with the poem titled, “Old Maka’s Embassy”. In the artisanal category, Niun won with the portrait of “Milo, the Blossoming Corpse”. Check out all of the winners in the Art-Bard Archives!

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A Desperate Experiment

Late in Juliary 399, a commotion was heard in the Meliashmora of Imperial Secrets. A distraught harlequin trouper raised his voice to the heavens in horror and hope that some kind adventurer would hear of his plight. A sworn servant of Alodale, the Villainous Lord, the harlequin was affronted to have been violently accosted whilst…

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