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Seeking Atlantis

Todd and the Real Girl Todd was itching for another adventure. He had lost interest in Curiosity and her limited mentality. After aimlessly fluttering around Central Command, he found himself back in the bay where Cetacean sat. He looked her … Continue reading

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Siren Sea

Much of the planet was still recovering. History books were only now being rewritten, much of their content being drawn from the oral history passed down from one generation to the next. Along the way, some stories grew out of … Continue reading

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Sea Hunt

Stingray Four people were waiting in the transport bay for their clearances to leave Citadel Security Central Command. They were expecting to be assigned passage on different transports to head home to their respective citadels. They were about to be … Continue reading

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Snipe Hunt

The Jackalope The Citadel Security transport left Astro Land with three passengers: Dahlia DeHaven, Adam Smith, and Leonard Leonard. Although originally meant to return them to their origin citadels, it had received instructions to ferry them to Storybook Land. Something … Continue reading

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Scavenger Hunt

The Factory The building had been abandoned for twenty years. Nature had claimed much of the grounds on which it stood. Dahlia liked exploring old buildings. Sometimes she found interesting stuff there – old photographs, timesheets, accounting books, and other … Continue reading

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Cold Storage – 7

Gaia, Sander, Zack, and Thaniel sat quietly while Speaker Law ushered in the rest of the council members. Ever since the arrival of Doctor Jason Freed and the Antarctic, the four had been assigned to assess the mission of the … Continue reading

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Cold Storage – 3

When the Antarctic reappeared, it was several thousand parsecs beyond the jurisdiction of the High Council and Speaker Law. It was also on a collision course with an object that could hold at least a million ships the size of … Continue reading

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