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The Walkers from the Crypt—Chapter Four: The Pendant

The Walkers from the Cryptby Howard Andrew Jones ... Chapter Four: The PendantPrince Dolandryn explained that in life he'd known only a handful of spells, for he had bent his concentration upon necromantic studies to the exclusion of almost all other magics. Yet he had learned one or two useful tricks, and upon Elyana and Arcil he placed a dweomer that hid their pulse and gave them a semblance of... Elyana was not sure how to describe it, for she saw nothing different in Arcil's appearance...
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The Walkers from the Crypt—Chapter Three: Bones of the Fallen

The Walkers from the Cryptby Howard Andrew Jones ... Chapter Three: Bones of the FallenElyana withdrew a lantern from her saddlebag and Arcil used a cantrip to light it. With the wizard holding the lamp aloft, she did her best to calm the horses, distracting them with grain and securing their lead lines to some rusting sconces so that the animals would not wander off. ... What do you think the ghost wants? Mirelle asked. She had been remarkably quiet, given her youth and the horrors she had...
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The Walkers from the Crypt—Chapter Two: City of the Dead

The Walkers from the Cryptby Howard Andrew Jones ... Chapter Two: City of the DeadI don't care for it at all. Arcil had swung down from his horse to contemplate some glyphs carved into a stone pylon thrust into the ground beside an oak tree. It was tilted a few degrees off vertical, and pitted with age. Overhead, the leafy canopy was so thick it seemed twilight had already fallen. ... Elyana was eager to keep moving; she meant to lose the Galtans only after she'd led them deeper into the...
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The Walkers from the Crypt—Chapter One: The Diversion

The Walkers from the Cryptby Howard Andrew Jones ... Chapter One: The DiversionThey're not baying. Vallyn stepped out from behind the boulder and peered out at the grassland. Does that bother anyone else? Shouldn't they be howling at us? ... Elyana had no time to waste educating the young bard. There were but a few minutes left before the hounds would reach them. ... She'd caught sight of the animals almost a half hour ago as she and her four companions fled across the grasslands of southern...
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