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The Captive of Embrellon

Chapter 1 It had been five years since the Marn had last been to Embrellon. Skagos had died while leaving the planet. He had destroyed his own ship and troops, rather than return to Marn disgraced, wounded, and maimed. They were an unusual race of beings. They were savage, war-like, and only interested in personal… Continue reading The Captive of Embrellon

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The Twins of Embrellon – IX

Chapter 9 Jason, Sharma, Shandarro, and Knala were travelling north, Jana had told him not to go to the Armory, but go straight to the Bonding Cave and use it as a base for him and Shandarro to work from. She also told him that they would be near to where Jamar was and if… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – IX

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The Twins of Embrellon – VI

Chapter 6 After leaving the Skree, they headed to the Bonding Cave, packed their gear, and headed for the Great Temple to see Whitlaw. It was two day’s flight from where they were to the temple and they hadn’t seen any Marn, so they chanced taking the straightest route, hoping to get there in a… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – VI

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The Twins of Embrellon – V

Chapter 5 They flew straight to the Bonding Cave from Yoran’s house. It was a quiet flight, they had learned so much from the Vatarian, and he was ready now for his life to be over, and had done as much as he could for the Guardians, and for all of Embrellon. He was one… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – V

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The Twins of Embrellon – III

Chapter 3 Embrellon was unique. In all the worlds that Whitlaw had visited, he had never seen a world that had no seismic, tectonic, or volcanic activity. There were two continents, and several large islands, and the planet was eighty percent ocean. In the scans that his crew had completed, they found several pescoid species,… Continue reading The Twins of Embrellon – III