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Tales by TerishD : Money and the Ghost|
Posted by TerishD on Monday, October 06, 2003 (05:51:57) (637 reads) 5 comments |
Money and the Ghost
Brian liked the way he looked. He did not mind being the typical large muscled black man. He also did not mind saying words like: 'man,' 'honky,' or 'bro.' The man kept rap CDs in his car, and felt pleased spouting standard black topics.
A Ballet Slipper solo tale. Slightly long, but it is complete.
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Loss of a Name: 2B|
Posted by TerishD on Friday, October 03, 2003 (06:00:00) (789 reads) 5 comments |
Chapter Two - Part 2
The passage did not go far. After only a few yards, it opened into a small lounge. There was a small sink with a cabinet above and below. There was a metal table holding a coffee pot. There were two narrow doors. One hid a small toilet while the other hid a utility closet.
The final part of the set-up is related with our heroes making decisions that they are going to have to live with.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 2A|
Posted by TerishD on Sunday, September 28, 2003 (06:16:05) (698 reads) 5 comments |
Chapter 2 - Part 1
Stephen woke up to see Oliver still in the chair. The elder man had said something to that affect last night, but Stephen was as sleepy as his friend so did not fully register the words. He knew that Oliver had a very serious case of arthritis. A bed always seemed like a solution to the pains of life however, so the larger and slightly younger man could not understand why his friend did not seek such solace.
The adventure technically begins, although our heroes do not know it yet.
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Fibal Fantasy VII Sequel|
Posted by thema on Saturday, September 27, 2003 (15:56:01) (2220 reads) 11 comments |
Rumors are turned to fact with Square Enix announcing a 60 minute DVD sequel to Final Fantasy 7. Apparently Cloud is coming back, as is his archnemesis. Details are next to none so far, but I personally havent gone hunting for details more than what I have been shown.
Read more for links
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Tales by TerishD : An Interesting Mission (Superhero)|
Posted by TerishD on Thursday, September 25, 2003 (05:23:14) (701 reads) 6 comments |
An Interesting Mission
Captain DeStran did not have a smile on his face as he walked into his apartment. The sour mood was not due to the extra briefcase of folders and DVDs, but the reason he carried them was responsible for his unhappiness. He had ordered a pizza as he left the general’s office, and left the door open so the enlisted man that delivered it, no pizza delivery person would be allowed on this part of the base, could quickly come and go. Luckily, there was still beer in the refrigerator. Opening a bottle did not help his mood, but the liquid would at least keep it from getting worse.
Played with a different style of storytelling. It was truthfully fun to write. Hope that you enjoy reading.
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Tales by TerishD : Loss of a Name: 1B|
Posted by TerishD on Tuesday, September 23, 2003 (06:44:01) (784 reads) 8 comments |
Chapter 1 - Part 2
Eric spotted the brothers as they entered the concourse waiting area. The cigarette in his mouth was taken between his fingers and tossed into a trash can as he moved to the two large men. Oliver was not so quick in action. A cane was set in position and used to give support until one of his legs decided that it would work properly. With only a slight grimace as the muscles in the problem leg forced the bones to creak, the elder man joined the slightly younger men.
The story continues with a hint of the power behind the situation.
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Tales by TerishD : The Loss of a Name: IA|
Posted by TerishD on Thursday, September 18, 2003 (04:58:45) (734 reads) 11 comments |
The truck did not look its age, but showed the care of being one piece of equipment that had not yet been involved in any accidents and was regularly serviced. The company vehicle was driven with precision smoothness into the elder lady's yard. She was standing next to a square brick and vinyl siding house. The entire building and driveway was surrounded by recently tended flower beds and hedges. It was surely a development that caused the woman to be concerned about neighborhood children and pets. The quick movement from the road to a complete stop only a few yards from her only brought the gray headed woman relief.
The start of a rather different story than the usual sword and socery tale. I hope that you approve.
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The Temple of Elemental Evil|
Posted by thema on Tuesday, September 16, 2003 (15:02:45) (1568 reads) 7 comments |
The Temple of Elemental Evil
is a revival of the classic GreyHawk module brought to the PC by Atari and Troika Games.
A classic D&D adventure made new on the PC, complete with 3.5 rules. Is this the game grizzled D&D veterans have been waiting for? We cast Read Magic on the game.
For more read this Gamespy review
If you want a walkthrough you'll find one here at FilePlanet's website
Or you can visit the official website at The Grehawk Game homepage
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Tales by TerishD : A Lady's Night Out (Long Superhero tale)|
Posted by TerishD on Monday, September 15, 2003 (06:10:08) (801 reads) 5 comments |
A Lady's Night Out
The young lady was beaming with joy. The night had been wonderful. Her small frame normally put her at a disadvantage. Most people considered the ladies of her country to be large massive women, so were at first surprised to see her light form and then curious about whether she was really in her upper teens. The two with her had however not treated her as a child, and when the elder lady decided it was time for bed she did not include her young companion.
I had good response to the last simple superhero tale, so I kept working on this one. It is long, but a complete story. Hope that you like it.
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Tales by TerishD : To Dominate While Unseen: XII|
Posted by TerishD on Saturday, September 13, 2003 (06:36:50) (715 reads) 4 comments |
Fenshallit was worried about her husband, but understood that the invisible monster she and the other ladies were fighting needed to be stopped. Watussin was the best fighter, and her sickle was often causing the creature to grunt in pain. Dethii was however the worse fighter. The wizard just did not regularly train with her weapons, and she also did not have the experience with her form. Fenshallit had also not trained herself for combat, but had grown old with her body once and now restored to youth was able to have it move with precision. However much concern she felt for Jackal, the white haired lady kept on fighting with the other women to assure that this foe would not continue to be a problem.
The exciting conclusion along with the setup for the next tale.
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