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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands: part 6

While they were sitting in the back of the mail cart, they had maps to study, of each of the cities that they’d be passing through. They would have to do some short local deliveries in each, while the horses … Continue reading

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The Vent

Well before the ship got too close to the cone, the bats found that it had beaches to land at. As they got even closer, they echoed a scattering of some mushroom tree things and even what seemed to be … Continue reading

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Underland of Narnia: The Cone

A Narnian ship was sailing in the Cavernsea, much further west than most voyages went, but not much further north than Cavernport. Three bats were with them, although they hadn’t echoed any islands recently. Suddenly Wingsong Echo echoed something conical … Continue reading

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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands part 5

“You may as well head towards the Rim then,” said their minotauress friend at the inn that evening “keep both options open. Even if you’re​ going down anyway, you might like to see one or two of the Rim Kingdoms … Continue reading

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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands part 4

“So you come from Round World? Where ‘Down’ is relative?” They were at the college, talking with some of the teachers, including the local wizard, who was a part time teacher. “Within the geography of your world, ours would look … Continue reading

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Underland of Narnia

Sailing in the Cavernsea soon became popular in northern Narnia. Soon enough (around the middle of the reign of King Rilian) a little town, or rather a pair of little towns were formed in that area. The twin towns of … Continue reading

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Tales from Mount Earth and Surroundlands part 3

The carter parked his cart in the yard and unhitched the oxen. He seemed to trust them enough without tying them up. Then they followed him in. That’s where things started to get a bit more strange. “In what way?” … Continue reading

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