What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, Chapter 7: Adrift

“I.  Am. FRUSTRATED,”  I yell at the top of my lungs.  Only silence greets me in return.  How could I have flown this fast for six days straight and still not made it back to our town?  Where the hell is Melsy? Maybe at these speeds, I’d have made at least a full circuit already,

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Thirty-Three: Breaking The Yoke

Sora eyed the two stunned Vulpes, Emilia still by her side, but she could see her vision sliding back to the aisles of clothes. “Emilia,” her daughter’s head snapped toward her.  “Go on, have fun,” Sora urged. “Umm,” her eyes darted back to the racks of clothes, following Wendy’s enthusiastic rhythm as she flipped through

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, C6: The Far and Wide

Okay.  Clothes, plus spares?  Check. A few fruits for the trip?  Check. Dryad Wood spear?  Check. There isn’t much you need to bring when you can fabricate stuff on the go, is there. Oh!  A tent of some sort.  I don’t want to be caught in the rain while sleeping…  Hm. Not sure how I’m

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Thirty-Two: Recovering

Sora smiled at her daughter as she got up.  “We might be able to start a fashion trend if we make a few changes of clothes; would that be fun.”  Her lips pursed as she looked down at the floor. “Oh, that reminds me, I need to ask Mimi how we can help out around

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, C5: Elephants

OOF. As I wake up, I find several children on top of me. DUBHE!  Bearfolk children are HEAVY! “Children!”  I gasp and start pushing them all off of me.  The hume children are riding the bearfolk again, laying low on the bearfolk’s backs, clinging on using tufts of fur as handholds.  The added weight is

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Thirty-One: Bonding

Sora leaned against the wall, everyone excluding Emilia following her example.  Githa was somehow in cat form walking up the wall, and across the ceiling like a spider, everyone eyeing her with questioning looks as she licked her paws against the top corner. Alice pursed her lips as she watched the mercurial cat, her brow

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.3 – A1, C4: Context

It must have been a motherboard of some type when it was in use.  The ink on the CPU is all worn off, but oddly, the CPU and some of the surrounding circuit board are the parts that survived.  It must have been military, since everything is fused, and the thick layer of unknown, clear