Issue released date: Jul 23rd, 2011

Brunnis 3.13

Foreword

Another month gone August is here and the kiddies will soon be heading back to school, some as early as the first week of August.  Time to get that Back to School shopping done!

So have fun with a little Schoolhouse Rock to get you in the mood!


Issue Content

The Third Cycle of Time-Chapter 14

Posted by on Jul 16th, 2011

The energy beam approached. The gravitational field of the blue dwarf affected its course causing the beam to strike 20 miles northeast of its intended target.  The Blue Dwarf had kept its part of the bargain, now all that was left to do was wait.  Wait until Kai came back from the other universe to release them to be together.     The shockwave from the explosion was felt over 30 miles away.  Where New Duha’naur had once been, there was now a smoking c...

 

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The Third Cycle of Time-Chapter 15

Posted by on Jul 16th, 2011

Dava sat looking out the window.  Tano had bounced back quickly from his grandfather’s death.  The resilience of youth she thought.  She looked up at the sky.  It was hard to believe that out there warriors and fighters of all races were battling insects.  Kai was out there.  She suddenly saw the appearance of a bright star in the sky that slowly began to fade.  She smiled at their special anomaly it eased her somewhat.      ...

 

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Encyclopedia Brunnis-Holy Reference

Posted by on Jul 16th, 2011

Holy Reference-Three religious texts that formed the basis of the Terlaran religion of Warrior Piests and eventually the official religion of the Unified Worlds.   Together they were called the Holy ReferenceThe First two Books of the reference were banned during the time of the Messengers by the Grand High Priest Tano in an effort to protect the image of the Third and fourth Incarnations, but the Black market smuggling of the Book to worlds outside of Terlara and the theft of a copy ...

 

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Night Tigers-Chapter 18

Posted by on Jul 23rd, 2011

            Kai stood on the beach watching the waves crashing on the shore.  While it wasn’t a tropical paradise, this section of the North Korean Coast did have a certain ‘primitive’ appeal.  Kai was busy at the moment contemplating the rock formation that Chuin had called the Horns of Welcome, Remo had immediately countered by calling them the Horns of Hell.          &n...

 

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