Creatures, Part 4 — Operam

The elder chewed carefully on his dinner, taking care to present an untroubled countenance. Instead of contemplating the unusual turn of events after the storytelling, he forced his thoughts to more mundane streams. The moon was filling out, and his old bones could tell the slightest hint of the weather turning. Soon the cold season […]

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