Little Monster Miracle Orphanage (Prologue)

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Children are a wondrous, splendid, more or less annoying things, but most importantly they are our future. Yet while we focus on what their future will bring for us, we sometimes fail to think of what their future will hold for them.

We take our parents for granted at times, yes they’re not the best teachers, or even caretakers, and neither will we once we become parents ourselves, but they stayed besides us all the way until it was time to leave the nest.

Some children aren’t so lucky…

No father to guide them, no mother to nurture them, not even a sibling to support them; these ‘little ones’ are alive in the world with no goal or purpose, and with a deep pain of neglect stinging their hearts. But inside their little bodies is a light of hope that one day they will find a loving family that will take them in, and unleash the potential bottled up inside.

This is where the ‘Little Monster Miracle Orphanage’ comes into play…

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Desert Jewel

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The future looks rather bleak for Samira, a slave girl in the desert of the Southlands. She’s prayed to the Goddess for years for some kind of respite from her life, but maybe she’s been praying to the wrong goddess?

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This story is part of my original MGE setting, Darkness Prevails. (Click its tag for the others.) It is the fourth entry of the series, but can safely be read out of sequence of the others.  Enjoy!

#Darkness Prevails

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Cut and Run Ch. 19

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“Well, there’s always the possibility of Traffickers.” She shrugged.
“What?!” I chuffed. “Wait a second here! Are you talking about that wild-ass rumor that’s been floating about? The one in which some Mamono capture lone-dudes, then turn them into sex slaves to be sold-off in far-away lands?” I asked incredulously. Pirin nodded sheepishly. I sighed as patiently as I could manage then.
“That’s just an Urban-Legend, Pirin! It’s too outlandish to exist in real life!” I scoffed.

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