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The Ironroot Deception—Chapter One: The Snare

The Ironroot Deceptionby Robin D. Laws ... Chapter One: The SnareGad feels the roughness of the burr-oak's bark as its branch constricts tighter around his ankles. Though he is upside down, blood rushing to his head, his face retains its symmetry. A roguish skiff of stubble softens his jutting jaw. Gray-peppered hair clings closely to his scalp. Blue eyes sear out at his elven captor. ... The tree that dangles him stands at the edge of the Shudderwood. Its roots snake through a weed-choked...
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The Ironroot Deception—Chapter Two: The Hole

The Ironroot Deceptionby Robin D. Laws ... Chapter Two: The HoleOn massive, clawed legs, the forest-beast bounds toward the elves and their captives. Its beady eyes, shielded by rootlike extrusions, seem to lock onto Gad. It stops to snort and paw the ground. ... Gad can't help but wonder: why him? ... It can't be that he's the only human present. There are two in the press-gang now. ... Then he understands: he's bruised and limping from the thrashing Ethundel gave him. He reads as the...
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The Ironroot Deception—Chapter Three: The Dog

The Ironroot Deceptionby Robin D. Laws ... Chapter Three: The DogGad's feet scramble for purchase against a heap of gravel as the muscular prisoner chokes the life from him. Stokh grunts in surprise; Gad's supposed to be shackled at the ankles. He tightens his grip. Gad's arm flails into the gravel pile. He fishes out an object. ... The burly prisoner sees the flash of metal and releases Gad in a twitch of panic. Knuckles white on the hilt of Ethundel's dagger—stolen when he prompted...
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The Ironroot Deception—Chapter Four: The Beast

The Ironroot Deceptionby Robin D. Laws ... Chapter Four: The BeastThe weirdness of the creature's distant cries washes over the prisoners like a crashing wave. The elves have arrayed themselves behind them. With swords outstretched, they impel the captives into the newly revealed inner chambers of the Ironroot. ... Gad and Vitta are working their way to point position when Dualal chimes: Not you, good dog. Nor you, halfling. You seem like you might be of more specialized use. You two, with...
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