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Sunday’s Wisdom #184: They Took an Oath

Todder watched them retreat through the mist. The small crew of the Watch looked to him for counsel. “Their just leaving us?” Brendan said. “They can’t–” “They can,” the sergeant spoke. “What’s so different about them?” Brendan tossed his crossbow … Continue reading

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Hero in a Halfling: Not so “Epic”

I vaguely remember back when Shrek first came out, with the trailers declaring something like, “The prince isn’t charming, the princess isn’t helpless, and the ogre is the hero.” It was a funny, clever subversion of the classic fairy tale … Continue reading

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Sunday’s Wisdom #177: Fear Kills Joy

“When people live in fear, they hardly live at all.” – Gabriel Epiman Banksy, Hero in a Halfling By William Tyler Davis It would be so much more heartening if this were coming from a hero, rather than a particularly … Continue reading

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