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Deirdre and Naoise, Domestic Scenes II“I cannot eat the meat of a hare, you know that and they know that,” Deirdre said of the night before as she harvested leeks and cabbage with her friends, “I do not want my child born with a hare-lip.”
“Men,” Brìghid and Dearbhail said in concert, all of them sharing a look of annoyance.
Deirdre was close to fruition of her pregnancy and the cravings and the weight of her increasing belly were vexing her, together with the nights without sleep that were growing more frequent.
“Ailpean still has trouble with that, that there are things that a pregnant woman cannot eat,” said Eithne, “But he does his best. And at least my kindred are close around me; I have not gone hungry yet, with the goodwill of the Cailleach.”
“Aodh did the same thing,” Mór agreed, “I cannot complain.”
“And there’s no room to complain,” said Deirdre, her vexation ebbing, “My husband and his brothers a
"Sven, lauf nach draußen und bring das Vieh in den Stall! Ein Sturm zieht auf!"
Der kleine Sven warf sich rasch einen Umhang um die Schultern und verließ die Hütte, um der Aufforderung seiner Mutter zu folgen.
Als der blonde Junge die Tür hinter sich schloss und sein Blick gen Himmel schweifte, erschrak er. Im Osten ballten sich schwere, schwarze Gewitterwolken, die sich rasch näherten und von einem bedrohlichen, langsam aber stetig steigenden Donnergrollen begleitet wurden. Gerade in diesem Augenblick erhob sich eine leichte Brise, die jedoch eine unheilverkündende Spannung mit sich trug.
Sven eilte über den Hof und die Wiese hinauf zur Weide. Dort standen die Ziegen zitternd und eng aneinander gedrängt und gaben gequälte Laute von sich, während auch sie ihren ängstlichen Blick zum Himmel richteten.
Der Junge öffnete das Gatter und versuchte, die Tiere aus der Umzäunung hinaus und hinunter zum Hof zu treiben, was sich je
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Tales Of Mysteria: The Sea GoddessThe times were cold and bitter. The world was brittle and dying and the Gods… The Gods were cruel. They regularly attacked, enslaved and plagued the mortals with any type of suffering their saw fit. They could end the world at the drop of a hat though so no mortal dared speak against them. But this was one of the times someone did. Far on the coast of human lands, on the docks of a city called Harowick was a woman and a massive crew of warriors packing several ships full of supplies and materials needed for the trip they were going on. The woman’s name was Saenis and she was in charge of this expedition.
“Come men! We haven’t much time! Mareus is sure to be expecting us and the longer we take, the more time we give her to prepare!” Saenis shouted as everyone doubled their efforts. From the distance running through the crowd of onlookers came a messenger, with a scroll in hand.
“Hermion. I hope that scroll you hold brings good news,” She said pl
Hakunui, the Pliosaur God
There was something peaceful about the Jurassic, Lin thought as she sat on the deck. No one ever believed her and on land, the dinosaurs could be very dangerous, but Lin was sitting on a boat in the middle of the Panthalassic Ocean, the biggest ocean in the history of the Earth. Nothing but water as far as the eye could see with a few clouds in the distance. The smell of the salt air in her nose and a cool breeze in her face. Lin could not be happier. She got up to refresh her drink when it happened. Despite all her years time traveling, Lin had never really felt ‘outside of time.’ Until now.
Lin’s feet were thrust out from under her as the boat itself rose up. It all happened so quick, yet despite that it seemed to take forever. In front of her the deck disintegrated into splinters and was replaced by a massive set of jaws.
The monster that owned them followed, breaching out of the water for almost thirty feet, bl
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