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Episode Five- Bloodline- Epilogue

Epilogue Richard Woolsey sits behind his modern, nickel desk in his office. His arms steepled before him, his hands clasped together, and his lips pressed against his knuckles. He pensively gazes down at his desk’s frosted glass top, but he’s … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Eighteen

Chapter Eighteen Rodney lets the lifesigns detector guide him. He wouldn’t call the tunnel the bad-guy-turned-good-guy had told them to use as ‘the second’, he would call it ‘the first’, but there’s no accounting for a sense of direction with … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Seventeen

Chapter Seventeen The Ancient rings redeploy themselves as they had on the plain, but instead of rising from the ground, they appear one at a time descending from the ceiling with the same hum, ka-thum, and screech. The screaming molecular … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Fourteen

Chapter Fourteen The door splits apart with all the familiar sounds of Atlantis, but the room inside is definitely not like any of the ones in Atlantis. It’s like an Ancient version of a tomb. Except it’s not like the … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Thirteen

Chapter Thirteen The hallway’s windowless but familiar looking architecturally speaking. It’s the same design as the more water damaged lower levels of Atlantis’ piers are. That’s good, works in their favor. Sheppard and Kenmore keep their P-90s up and aimed, … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Eight

Chapter Eight Kenmore, wide-eyed and breathless, tentatively reaches out for the book like a child being shown an amazing thing then encouraged to touch it but is afraid to. U’dana willingly extends it forward and puts the tome in her … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Seven

Chapter Seven Unlike all the other buildings in the village thus far this building, this room isn’t lined with beds of wounded and it hasn’t been repurposed by the aftermath of the previous night’s battle. Instead it’s filled with rows … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Six

Chapter Six The smoke wasn’t rising from the village anymore, but a haze of it still clung in the air.  The village is battle scarred but finally there’s a semblance of normalcy:  people are milling around again.  Although some are … Continue reading

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Episode Five- Bloodline- Chapter Five

Chapter Five What one would think as a typical medieval communal building for an Irishman of high degree is not what greets them, it would be considered a typical communal building for an Irishman of high degree during the era … Continue reading

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