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“Father’s going to work in his office today, okay Precious?” Henry set the breakfast of pancakes and fruit salad down in front of the little girl. She pulled her plate closer and nodded. “Okay Father.” “That means you need to try not to make much noise, stay inside....

King Joseph’s fight against slavery

Joseph had been coronated just yesterday after the sudden death of his father. He was sixteen, a child for all accounts. Yet there he was. The crown on his head, sat at a long table talking to people older and wiser than himself. Except one. To his left, his second...

The Palace

Where most kingdoms have castles for military reasons. The palace is more of a hub. The kingdom was mostly self-sufficiently. It had no need for trading. But trading still helped. It offered more variety and higher happiness. But the first meetings that were held in...

Mage’s Onepiece

Mage’s are often recognized on the street for having a large wooden staff, but older mages who no longer use a staff can also at times be differentiated from humans due to their choice of clothes. Mage’s don’t have much of a culture, they are few and live very long...

May’s notes on «Dragons»

Dragons. Where to even start? Dragons are my current field of study. They joined the Union just five years ago and one of the king’s advisors recommended I be the one to annotate their use of magic within out society. I’ve been here for five years, and they are...