|Janet and Jane: The Case of the Framed Detectives: Part Two"This can't be..." I said at last. "No, it can't be..." "I'm sorry," Nathan consoled. "I tried getting the story out of the paper, but I found out about it just as they were printing it."|
|Chronicles of a Caped Crusader: Long Shadows: Part FiveChloe hurried into the HQ the next morning, glad to see the doors were already replaced. She walked into the control room to find Judge Hog and Loraine on a call. She stepped back into the doorway to wait for them to finish. When they did, she entered again.|
“Go downstairs and have Dr. Flexo check your head,” Judge Hog told her immediately.
|Beneath the Haunted Woods: Part FourNothing but the sounds of crumbling stones and rock could be heard as Arthur traversed the dark, hollow tunnel, his hand against the wall to keep himself from slipping over the rough, jagged ground beneath him. The red Zafara’s legs ached, his head throbbed and his eyes weary. Small, loose stones that littered the cave floor pinched, stabbed and strained his feet with every step.|
|Bottled Faeries Inc.: Part TwoI know that people pay a lot of money for a neohome with a nice, ocean view. To me, it doesn’t seem worth it. After twenty-four hours at sea in an enchanted glass bottle, I was pretty sure I had gotten the gist of the ocean; it was just a giant mass of green, choppy, salty water sprinkled with the occasional fish or piece of trash. I was so bored.|
|Duplicity: Part FiveEach individual’s magical energy was as a river, constantly ebbing and flowing through its owner as it was expended and renewed. The maximum amount of energy anyone could have was fixed at a certain amount, and though there was no real mathematical quantification of it, every trained sorcerer intuitively knew the “correct” value it should have been at.|
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101 Reasons NOT To Annoy Dr. Sloth
Hello again! After the success of "101 Ways To Annoy Dr. Sloth", I received a lot of feedback. A lot. So I would like to stress again, even more so, that you should not, under any circumstances, attempt to annoy Dr. Sloth.
I mean it. Do not.
Even if my neck were on the line (which thankfully it isn’t), I’d hope you would be sensible enough not to do anything on that list. But just in case my pleas are not enough, here are some further reasons not to annoy Dr. Sloth…
50 reasons to respect Dr. Sloth (even if you don’t like him, which I definitely do, because he's rad).
"Are we ready to lock it up, Chief?" Melek asked the soldier in charge of the scene. Chief Lokenus looked at him and raised an eyebrow. "My soldiers will have everything packed within an hour. Why are you so anxious to close it?" "Lokenus, I've been waiting twelve years for this to happen. I'd like to savour it a little, but unfortunately I've got things to do. We need to replace the king, soon."
"Ugh, Emmy, I'm not sure if I can pull this off..." The Maraquan Carma doesn't say anything. It's an hour until dawn in the camp of the Ixi Raiders of Cogham, and Mer is about to lose his mind. That is, if he hasn't completely lost it already.
|What Newbies Should Know About The GMC|
Inspired by the spirit of helpfulness, I thought I'd make a list of things that newbies wouldn't know about the GMC. It's too late for this article to help the current population of players, since the GMC is over by now, but maybe someone in the future will look up this article and be genuinely helped by its contents. That would make me smile!