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Fingers of Death—No, Doom!—Chapter One: A Helping Hand

Fingers of Death—No, Doom!by Lucien Soulban ... Chapter One: A Helping HandThe ancient mechanisms thundered, the giant gears crushing boulder-sized rocks between their iron teeth and spitting out rubble in disdain. Beyond them, the furnaces set into the stone dwarf mouths glowed with Abyssal fury and spewed rivers of molten rock destined for the deeper bowels beneath Darkmoon Vale. ... Darvin couldn't concern himself with that, however. To his left, Fife—halfling, adopted brother, and...
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Fingers of Death—No, Doom!—Chapter Two: Idle Hands

Fingers of Death—No, Doom!by Lucien Soulban ... Chapter Two: Idle HandsOhhh, Fife groaned. He tried moving, but the world refused to comply, spinning underneath him the way it did. His bones ached and his skin felt like someone had rubbed it with the uncomfortable side of a bar of pumice. He opened his eyes and stared up at the sky—specifically, at the distant hole in the ceiling that revealed the wet gray skies of Andoran. ... That's right... Memories began to fall back into...
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Fingers of Death—No, Doom!—Chapter Three: Hands Off

Fingers of Death—No, Doom!by Lucien Soulban ... Chapter Three: Hands OffDarvin cursed himself for not thinking, for not realizing how Fife would react. He'd raced halfway across the circular chamber, running for the door, when he realized something was amiss. He couldn't feel Fife's familiar presence, that steady pressure by his side. Darvin turned to see Fife frozen near the collapsed passageway. All around them, from the shadows of the laboratory, a legion of amputated hands rushed...
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Fingers of Death—No, Doom!—Chapter Four: Caught Red-Handed

Fingers of Death—No, Doom!by Lucien Soulban ... Chapter Four: Caught Red-HandedWe let them out! Fife said, his voice edged with panic. They dashed through the tall grass, Fife following in Darvin's wake. ... You can't be sure of that, Darvin said, though he suspected the truth of it. ... We've as good as killed that village! ... Fife, Darvin said, spinning around to grab his brother by the shoulders, but the halfling ran a good dozen paces behind the longer-legged human. Darvin dropped...
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