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Umbra, Chapter 9

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“….the trail ends here, captain.” Squatting down next to a stain of blood, Lieutenant Xander traced his fingers across the sticky fluid, looking back down the trail between the booted feet of his fellow legionaries. The red river ran all the way from near the base of the mountain, but abruptly ended where he stood. “Why … Continue reading Umbra, Chapter 9

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Umbra, Chapter 7

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“Uncle… Uncle Aaron, wake up!” Clawing his way back to consciousness, Aaron found he wasn’t soaring above Angel’s Fall anymore. The scent of fresh grass was replaced by that of baking sand and salty water. He was laying on the beach, the gritty sand mixing into his hair and running down his shirt. The waves gently … Continue reading Umbra, Chapter 7

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Harpy (Homoaves haliaeetosapiens)

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A brief overview of the beautiful and intriguing Homoaves haliaeetosapiens, commonly known as harpy.

Common Name: Harpy, Birdgirl

Species: Homoaves haliaeetosapiens

Gender: Female

Physical Characteristics: A harpy, less commonly known as a birdgirl, is a humanoid cross-species with notable avian traits and physiology. The majority of a harpy’s body looks virtually identical to that of a human woman, with a few significant differences. Most obvious are her wings, which unlike the membrane wings of a dragoness or a succubus, are feathered extensions of her arms, with an average wingspan of approximately fifteen feet. Harpies also possess feathered tails, which are used in flight to change direction quickly. Last but not least are the feet, which transition from human legs at the base of the calves into scaled avian talons.

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