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Friends and servants pt. 2- So, here we go. The shopkeeper put white plastic container on the table and sat beside Mike on the bench. I won't lie to you, young man this one might prove a bit faulty, but not in a harmful way, thats for sure. Do you know how the golems work?
- Yes, err, I mean no, not really answered Mike keeping his eyes on the box.
- Youd better learn that fast. Murmured the shopkeeper, gazed at the boy as if he saw him right now for the first time and then cleared his throat loudly. - Very well. As you have probably heard already, golems are basically... robots, if you dont mind me using th
WandererDressed like a princess in blue and white, so young and beautiful, she was dancing in the darkness. She had a partner but she always kept him at a distance, coming closer and drifting further in their endless waltz. I simply couldnt miss such an opportunity. You see, I am a simple wanderer, nothing fancy.
Grew in a harsh place with a lot of brothers, I was forced to leave by the big guys. The bastards literally forced me out of my home! Since then I went through a lot of things. Ive been travelling for many years and seen a lot of beauties but nothing like her. One chance for a million to meet such a perfection she even ha
Of light and darknessThe Prince of Silence walked behind me. He was my cohort, my eternal speechless friend and follower and accomplice of my crime. Today I brought some flowers, beautiful orchids, darker than the deepest night, which bloom once in eternity with petals so delicate that a mere breathe could shatter their otherworldly beauty. I wanted to give them to her even though I knew there was no hope for me. She was the heir of light and I Well, I was a thing of darkness.
From the basement of the castle I came forth to the sacred window. Its dark stained glass used to tell me stories when I still was a kid. I felt myself guilty for making a hole, but
Tomorrow will be betterOn the fringe of a broken and desolate ravine two figures appeared, both bulky and cumbersome, weighed by something strapped to their backs. One was smaller than the other and also more careless, it moved faster and rushed to the rocky edge. Grey pebble crumbled beneath its feet and in a cloud of dust fell down the slope. Bigger figure came closer and held the smaller ones hand firmly, preventing the fall.
They stood there listening to the angry howling winds, gazed far into wounded, arid and lifeless land, strewn with large rock formations and rifts. In the middle of the dead landscape small metallic dome sprouted from the cooked clay
Things like people, ver 0.1Those who wanted to reach their destination fast and safely, used the beacons, distortion gates and navstations scattered throughout the explored space: they sparkled amongst the stars on any map, some disappearing but some multiplying as their host worlds became vital travel and commerce hubs. You just needed to send an inquiry to the nearest navigation node, pay a fee and soon it gave you precise coordinates when and where you need to jump.
At the wild space borders though, it wasnt really that safe. Fake beacons, stations overrun by pirates, even Navy patrol in a bad mood these were dangers any captain could face, common thin
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