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Stories in the series "Worthy of the Title"

# 1: Worthy of the Title Part 1

By: | DargonZine F10, Issue 3

A frantic, far-away echo shattered the quiet of the library. "Master Roisart, Master Roisart!"   The panic in the voice caused Roisart to snatch his gaze immediately from the copy of "Legends and Myths of Thasodonea" and stared instead at the open doors of the library. He could hear commotion down the long halls of the old keep, the doors that opened and shut in quick, startled rhythm, the running of the servants called from duties, the wails and shouts. Over it ... [ Read More ]

# 2: Worthy of the Title Part 2

By: | DargonZine F10, Issue 4

"You might as well go out and see the festival, now that you're here," Lord Clifton Dargon had suggested as his twin cousins finished breakfast. "Melrin only comes once a year."   "Yes," Luthias had agreed practically, but his voice was heavy. "We might as well."   "What's going on today in the Melrin, Bartol?" Roisart asked his cousin Dargon's bard.   "Oh, final competition for the Bardic Crown," the bard cum bodyguard announced enthusiastically. "Today at noontime."   "What else?" Luthias wondered. While bardic tales could interest ... [ Read More ]

# 3: Worthy of the Title Part 3

By: | DargonZine F10, Issue 5

Despite the fact that Griswald was weary unto the very marrow of his old bones, he rose with the dawn to await the arrival of Lek Pyle, the merchant from Magnus, and two thugs--assassins--he promised to produce. It did not sit well with Griswald that he would be instrumental in the death of his lord, and of the lord's young cousin Luthias Connall, whom Griswald had healed twice yesterday. Of course, Griswald was more uncomfortable with the thought of his ... [ Read More ]