Robot Wasteland, Chapter 1 - Running Since this appears to be Fiction Friday, I thought I would post some too.
'Colossus of Ylourgne' Chapter 8: Laying of the Colossus Following is the eighth and final chapter of "Colossus of Ylourgne," a 1934 novella by author Clark Ashton Smith that is set in his land of Averoigne, a dark fantasy version of a medieval province in southern France. This engaging and...
Chapter XXXI: His Reflection on the Loss of Zeenab. He is Suddenly Called Upon to Exert His Skill as a Doctor. Upon inquiry I found that the deceased had been a Nasakchi, i.e., one of the officers attached to the chief executioner, who has one hundred and...
'Colossus of Ylourgne' Chapter 7: Coming of the Colossus Following is the seventh chapter of "Colossus of Ylourgne," a 1934 novella by author Clark Ashton Smith that is set in his land of Averoigne, a dark fantasy version of a medieval province in southern France. This engaging and lurid...
Chapter XXX: Hajii Baba Meets With a Rival in the Shah Himself, and Loses the Fair Object of his Affections She soon gave me to understand that this must be our last meeting; for, as she now belonged to the royal harem, death would be our fate if we were found...
Runequest Thursday #96 - Fiction: To Tweak the Nose of the Red Goddess, Part Two! Two weeks ago, I posted the first Chapter of some fiction about my current campaign,
'Colossus of Ylourgne' Chapter 6: Vaults of Ylourgne Following is the sixth chapter of "Colossus of Ylourgne," a 1934 novella by author Clark Ashton Smith that is set in his land of Averoigne, a dark fantasy version of a medieval province in southern France. This engaging and lurid story has...
Chapter XXIX: A Description of the Entertainment, Which is Followed by an Event Destructive to Hajji Baba's Happiness The dinner was then brought out in trays, which, as a precaution against poison, had been sealed with the signet of the head steward before...
'Colossus of Ylourgne' Chapter 5: Horror of Ylourgne Following is the fourth chapter of "Colossus of Ylourgne," a 1934 novella by author Clark Ashton Smith that is set in his land of Averoigne, a dark fantasy version of a medieval province in southern France.
Chapter XXVIII: Concerning the Manner of the Shah's Reception: Of the Present Made Him, and the Conversation Which Ensued Upon this the poet, who had hitherto remained silent, his mind apparently absorbed in thought, exclaimed, “Whatever the king hath...
The Spotted Beast: Chapter 2, Kébec, July, 1633 Meanwhile, on another continent, Governor Samuel de Champlain has his own problems. He has only just retaken control of Kébec from the English, when, for no apparent reason, an Algonquin Indian decided to kill a French laborer. This has created a...

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