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  1. Interlude: Some Things Fly and Others Float


    October 29, 2014 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “Hey, Zhadrie.” Pozhvetradov leaned in through the doorway of their room, beaded braids bouncing against his chest. “Aren’t you usually off with your friends – your teammates – this time of day?” Saydrie looked up from his homework. “I can clear out if you want the room.” “No, no, you’re …
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  2. Interlude: Maiku Hall


    October 22, 2014 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “I wonder why it’s called Maiku Hall1.” Riensin had only known his three-team for a few days but he’d already learned that getting her to talk about things she liked was the easiest way to get Kekdela to pay attention to him, and getting Taztyag to talk at all was useful – …
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  3. Interlude: A Brief History of the Empress Edaledalende Academy of Higher Learning at Ileltedez


    October 15, 2014 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    The Edally Academy was built in one of the so-called Empirates of Peace. The Emperor Elareltiendol was a scholarly, thoughtful man, allowed to be so in part because his grandmother, the previous Empress, had thoroughly devastated all of their enemies. The nation would have decades to rest while those foes …
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  4. Chapter Thirteen: Some Fish Swim Best in the Air


    October 8, 2014 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “You’re measuring Social Aetherism?” Enrie stared at the device. “I told you I was going to.” Tairiekie blinked at her friend in confusion. Saydrie, too, leaned forward, looking worried. “Tairiekie… isn’t that heretical?” He sounded even more worried than he looked. “I don’t think so?” She settled for putting the …
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  5. Chapter Twelve: If You Call It a Fish, People Will Expect It to Swim


    October 1, 2014 by Lyn Thorne-Alder

    “Tairiekie, what are you doing?” Enrie leaned in to the stall, and then quickly leaned back again. “Why are you doing it in the stables?” Saydrie didn’t even poke his head in the stall. “You’re either going to get us in trouble or make us late for dinner.” Enrie tch’d …
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