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Operation: Recruitment

Operation: Recruitment

“Dude, Red… you skipped class again?” asked Eli as he slung his backpack onto the couch.

“Didn't feel like it,” Red replied.

Red was staring at the center of three video monitors. The monitor on the left had a paused position of a zombie based first person shooter game. The screen on his right was engaged in a massive data download. The screen that occupied his attention, though, was asking for a password.

Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 2

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Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 2

Olmashoon's heart pounded in his chest as he brought himself to defecation. Urination had been easy for him as his body moved slowly, imperceptibly amongst the dead.

Operation: Shell Game

Operation: Shell Game

“Jackie… I mean it”, the scrambled voice spoke adamantly into her earpiece.

“I love you too, honey. It’s just that I’ve got a time frame thing going on here…” the raven haired woman replied into the air, “you know how the child can be.”

“Er, uh…. Roger that. Make sure you pick up milk and bread,” replied the scrambled voice, suddenly unsure of both the conversation and the security level.

Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 1, part 2

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Latest Edit 2-15-08

Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 1, part 2

Chadril-vad blended into the woods as the children peered in amazement. From a small, black box, Chadril pulled out a pair of spectacles that sparkled with a rainbow of colors. The people of Trulder-kei had not seen spectacles for the most part, let alone a set that had sliding lenses of various colors. As Chadril-vad slid each color into place, he took a scan of the area below.

Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 1

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Arrival of the Seekers: chapter 1

Turrin-boka and Frandla-noa were barely containing themselves. They walked with the stride of early teen boys that were trying to impress older men. The boys knew what an honor it was to be invited to the boat arrival, but keeping that emotion in control had little to do with the fact they were going to get to see all those amazing things that few could ever see.

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