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Cold to the touch

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The snow-covered plains would’ve eaten his feet, had Aaron not been wearing a pair of snowshoes. Dark clouds loomed overhead, signalling a furious blizzard to come at any second, perhaps with a cold that could challenge what mountain of a man his clothes and equipment made him. Ahead, mountains etched a line over the horizon, mountains he walked towards, but nothing else that’d amount to life existed elsewhere; what little plantlife existed amounted to merely dead trees, and so much snow covered the ground that if he were to prod it with a stick, he’d sooner run out of length.

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A treasure greater than gold

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Something woke her up from her slumber. She felt someone’s presence, someone close. Last few times she felt such thing, it turned out to be a tanuki that had snuck into her cave in the mountains. A tanuki who seemingly arrived knowing very well she, a dragon, lived here. ‘Trying to steal my hoard,’ she … Continue reading A treasure greater than gold

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Dead on Arrival

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“The best way to explain is to start off with this. I’ve been alive for a while, now. I don’t keep count of how long, but it’s been long enough for me to commit mistakes. Those mistakes, though small, ended up piling up one after the other year after year, until tales started forming. I’ve heard a few of those tales myself, and they were uncannily accurate. Those tales spoke of the undead, of people rising from the grave.”

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