Atop the Shoulders of Giants

To Preserve a People

With the announcement of war between the Holy States and the Nada’Athi Empire, the young druid Kurika turns her efforts from proselytizing about the Great Spirit to trying to save the primarily Goblin and Orc town of Jorintiat from being caught in the cross fire. Whether or not she can move quickly enough and carefully enough to succeed, however, is yet to be seen.

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The Battle of Tulan's Pass (Part 1)

After experiencing what passes for criminal trials in the Nada’Fan, both Luther Ritter and Wen Nassira find themselves conscripted into military service for the Nada’Athi Empire.

Meanwhile Quentin Longtooth purchases passage on a ship across the Merchant Sea after hearing that the Nada’Fan is the place with the highest prices for sell-swords at the moment.

All three of them end up bound for the southern mountains to do battle with the armies of Kefran… whether they like it or not.

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A Friendly Investigation

Hoping to discover the deeper reasons behind the recent declarations of war, Luther Ritter travels to Lalsim and seeks the chance to speak with various members of the Univeristy Politic and Imperial Advisors.

Unfortunately for him, sometimes asking too many questions can be a dangerous proposition in the world’s largest empire.

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A Winter Wedding

On the 9th day of the 2nd month of 1658, the Zhao gathered with their family and friends to celebrate the wedding of Tao Min Zhao and Li Go Wan.

Despite the recent declarations of war by several foreign powers against each other, the gathering is expected to be a joyous and peaceful affair.

Tao’s younger sister Mei Li, a young woman of marriageable age, prepares to spend the day avoiding the subject of finding a suitor and generally trying to keep herself entertained without being too exceptionally rude to her family’s guests. Little does she realize how powerfully this day will effect her future and the future of her family.

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