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Nicholas Woode-Smith

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Only the desperate beg (D&D Adventure)

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Previous Installment: God is Dead Gold didn’t mean much to Kenshin. It was a means to an end. When he needed arrows, gold bought them. When...
D&D

God is Dead (D&D Adventure)

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Previous installment: Desk Jockeys and Pencil Pushers in Crestfire (D&D Adventure) The party faced difficult circumstances. To cross the desert to the north, they needed...

Desk Jockeys and Pencil Pushers in Crestfire (D&D Adventure)

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Previous installment: Crestfire “Please remain in the queue, foreigner,” the half-orc guard ordered, once again, as Kael tried to jump the queue. The line snaked...
Crestfire Concept - by Darkcloud013

Crestfire (D&D Adventure)

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(Artwork by Darkcloud013) Previous installment: Diving in the Desolation The golden sandstone towers of Crestfire were revealed upon the horizon long before its pyramids. The monuments...

ID (Dystopian Short Story)

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ID was written for a short story competition with the theme of life under a surveillance state. In the vein of 1984, I wrote...

Live by the Sword

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In my Matric (final High School) year, I was asked to write a lot of short stories in English. Many of these have been...

Diving in the Desolation (D&D Adventure)

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Previous installment: Songs of Desolation The group was still panting after the skirmish with the sirens. They had lost a crew member, but no one...
Siren of the Desolation

Songs of Desolation (D&D Adventure)

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Read the previous installment here: Departing March Crossing Part 1 and 2 The sun shone, but did little to alleviate the chill in the air....
Orc Raid

Departing March Crossing: Part 2 (D&D Adventure)

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Read Part 1 here: Departing March Crossing Part 1 The inhabitants of the tavern bolted in all directions, many climbing through windows. “It can’t be,” Kael...
The Manticore Tavern

Departing March Crossing: Part 1 (D&D Adventure)

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Once a week, if all goes according to plan, I will be meeting with a group of my friends to play a homebrew adventure...