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Wizardquest 2: Chapter 17- Holy Rock

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The Pharaoh has unleashed one of her strongest weapons to take down the Violet Sands, no matter the cost. Filled with an unsettling revelation, your party heads toward the Great Temple of the Twins, where another revelation of sorts is made clear to you…

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Sandstorm in Sinai – Chapter 2

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This chapter’s a bit light on the MG references.

“I was greeted with a mouthful of sand and howling winds. A sandstorm was occupying my position, and I could hardly see more than ten feet in front of me. Still, there was nothing for it, I pulled myself out of the hatch, and tumbled the eight feet or so to the ground. My ankle screamed in pain, and it was all I could do to bite down on my tongue and stifle a curse, in case any of our monster assailants were still in the area.”

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Twilight of the Gods: Handmaiden (2)

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Twenty Years has passed since the Apophean Eclipse, where the world once again was thrown into chaos by a confluence of realities. Locked in an interminable stand-off, Gods, Humans, and Mamono can do little more than hold the tenuous balance of the cold war which has gripped the known world since the Fall of The Raven and murder of Nagarani Lyssa, and the assumption of the Thrones of Hamunapt, Heliopolis and Memphis by Apophis, now styling herself as God-Queen, the Serpent of Midnight. In Caladon, the Taurean Jelena, only daughter of Horus and Hathor prepares to undergo the rites which will anoint her as a Handmaiden in service to her mother, making her a Priestess of Ammit in her own right. And amongst it all, still as inscrutiable as ever, the mysterious form of the girl Reitia drifts, orphaned daughter of Lyssa and Corvus, now ward of the leaders of the Ammitian faith. But peace so tenuously won cannot last forever, and the Agents of Apophis stand ready to strike. But even their guile must wait upon the Will of Ammit, who holds the very keys of death in her taloned hand, and history shows that she is not shy about unleashing the teeming dead when an irritant becomes too annoying…

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