Bite Marks (Chapter 1)

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But it wasn’t the wolf he had thought he saw. The bags under this monster’s eyes accentuated it’s piercing gaze, the tireless face of a hungry beast. No smirk, only a cracked grin that split across its face like perfectly measured blades. He saw his face trapped in the thing’s eyes, pale and trembling, encircled by the cold flames of its pupils.

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Harem Heroes: The Heaven’s Gold Spear / Chapters 1-4

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David was a member of the Golden Cross, a four-man mercenary band with his brother and two friends. They were wizards, outcasts to normal society.

However, his life and theirs changed quite suddenly. He and his friends were defeated by the Overlord, king of monsters. But they impressed the Overlord enough to be made trophies of his first battle. David and his friends were petrified, turned to living stone

3000 years passed before David took another breath. Now he awakens in a world where the Overlord of his time is long gone, and a Succubus sits on the throne.

Monsters are no longer blood-thirsty beasts, but lovely females who desire love and companionship with human men. However, not all is well with the world. These mosnters only have monsterous children, and a demographic crises is on the horizon. In the end, it seems Man may fall not to the sword, but by the bed chamber.

But one elf, Silas, one of the last males of his kind, has a plan to save humanity, and as a consequence the elves as well. By using the power of the Heaven’s Gold Spear.

David, however, is not so sure he wants to go along with Silas. For his solution may be worse than the problem

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The Bird and the Cage Introduction

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His eyes narrowed suddenly at one set of tracks, however: they didn’t seem to be from any animal that he knew of that lived in the woods. The tracks were bird-like, but the imprints were bigger than any bird that he knew of. Curious, he placed his hand next to the track and saw they were almost the same size, with the tip of his fingers being the difference. The way the tracks were spaced was odd as well: instead of the typical straight and parallel nature of most bird tracks as they hop along the ground, these tracks were spaced as if the thing was walking like a man–one in front of the other, albeit, if the man making them was drunk.

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