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What Side Didn’t Know Vol.2 – A5,C4. Behave

The trees thinned out as we came closer to the continental ice pillar. “And here we are.”  The convict declared. “Huh.”  As the trees disappeared, the winds picked up.  Also, the ground was warm. Seems like, if we could break the wind, it would probably be warm enough to grow food.  It was only cold

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.2 – A5,C3. Eerie

For the last few days, the convict has been telling me our days traveling will soon be coming to an end.  It definitely has been getting colder. This must be like Earth, where the north and south poles are icy deserts. Instead of riding in the cart, nearly everyone is riding on Otsu’s back.  Poor

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Sixteen: Laying A Foundation Pt. 1

Fen glared at Sora as she ascended the stairs, humans in-tow.  I hate her so much!  She has everything … just in the last day, she’s surpassed me by mountains … nothing in this life is fair!  She received personal training … personal, unique training from Inari … the actual Founder Inari … her aunt.

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.2 – A5,C2. Fair

Killing an orckin with my newly developed powers, and well trained control, is pretty simple.  It doesn’t matter if that practice was temporally accelerated, right? Anyway, I have tested myself a few times.  This time, I threw a straight-ish stick like a spear, and applied a certain rotation – based on the shape – with

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Fifteen: A Deal Struck

Bathin sat back in his chair, eyes closed and grin in place as he contemplated his options; he spoke aloud, addressing the uninvited presence in the room.  “Myōbu are on their way—more than one?  If that is the case, then it would be quite a mess for me, but your arrival and recent events paint

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Fourteen: Let It Go

Sora shifted to a more comfortable position, resting her tails against her thighs as Wendy worked herself up. “I remember…”  Wendy cut off, her body lowering into the water as she rested her chin against folded arms. “Remember what?” It took a moment for Wendy to vocalize her thoughts.  Her features dropped as she mumbled,

What Side Didn’t Know Vol.2 – A4,C10. Fresh

The time to leave comes quickly after that.  Dubhe prods me along each step of the way. As soon as I’m ready, she hands me Nanook to carry, as well as one of her bearfolk children.  Lillia and the hume woman were just steps behind us with the rest of the children. Nanook and the

A Tail’s Misfortune — Chapter Thirteen: Baby Steps

Wendy stiffened.  “I—I…” she couldn’t get the words out as she stared at Inari. Sora got up and stood in front of her, hand outstretched.  “You don’t have to go alone! I’ll be with you.” She turned to her aunt, “That’s okay, right?” “Baby steps,” Inari nodded. Taking a shuddering breath, Wendy rubbed her eyes