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The Ghosts of Broken Blades—Chapter One: Scouring the Field of Battle

The Ghosts of Broken Bladesby Monte Cook ... Chapter One: Scouring the Field of BattleWhen Roubris Chor picked up the corroded battleaxe, it didn't tell him its name. Even when he asked. In fact, it didn't speak at all. So he dropped it carelessly to the ground and walked on, his eyes resuming their scan of the field. He saw broken bits of armor and bones picked clean amid the tall grass, but he ignored them. He needed weapons. Specifically, a weapon that had taken a life or two. ... The open...
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The Ghosts of Broken Blades—Chapter Two: A Broken Sword's Quest

The Ghosts of Broken Bladesby Monte Cook ... Chapter Two: A Broken Sword's QuestRoubris held the broken longsword in both hands, his mouth agape as it spoke to him. ... It took you long enough, Roubris. ... Roubris heard the sword's voice in his head, like how the moon at midnight would sound if it could speak. ... How do you know my name? Roubris was no stranger to talking weapons, but this was the first time one seemed to know more about what was going on than he did. ... I've been watching...
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The Ghosts of Broken Blades—Chapter Three: Into Demon-Haunted Lands

The Ghosts of Broken Bladesby Monte Cook ... Chapter Three: Into Demon-Haunted LandsThe beast fluttered the ramshackle wings on its back, far too small to support its weight. Many toothy sphincter-maws along its wormlike form screamed shrilly. Just as many eyes peered from wrinkled folds of its flesh, seemingly randomly scattered across its body. ... Lady of Valor! Karatha shouted, drawing her silver-bladed longsword, Severance. Roubris struggled to keep his horse from throwing him onto the...
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The Ghosts of Broken Blades—Chapter Four: A Terrible Choice

The Ghosts of Broken Bladesby Monte Cook ... Chapter Four: A Terrible ChoiceRoubris had no idea what to do with the information he'd just gained. The spirit trapped in the sword leading them to the temple in the Worldwound was not that of a slain warrior, but instead a demon. Can you trust a demon? Ever? It seemed like a bad idea. ... Of course, Karatha might know. But at this point, telling her that Serth was a demon also seemed like a bad idea. She would, as likely as not, demand that they...
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