5 Works in Primitive Culture
The time before the Mothergrub was hard. It was kill or be killed, and you did what you had to survive. Nomads in a dangerous world, they're just doing the best they can.
The nine realms are at war.
Since the death of kings Farbauti and Laufey and Prince Byleistrs retaliatory acts, the war is raging worse than ever.
Asgard and Jötunheims peace plans: Made to naught.
Any chance of peace: Lost.
But then, the Crown Prince of the Aesir expresses a clever idea, where in fact nothing can go wrong. In fact.
Kidnap the brother of the Jötunn king. Force him to marry you - that was originally planned anyway - so Helblindi will be forced to make peace, if he does not want to risk the life of his brother. Nothing can go wrong.
Loki is already engaged to someone else.
No one - except for Thor and Frigga - believes that it will actually work.
Helblindi will have to choose between his love for Byleistr and Loki.
Loki is completely unpredictable.
But Thor would not be Thor, if that would stop him.
The prophecy of Dethklok, in epic poetry form, translated from the ancient Sumerian. Yes, really.
Stranded on a remote Cardassian colony, Bashir and Garak must seek out a transmitter which is their only hope of rescue. In the process they enter a new stage in their relationship, one that is not meant to last.
- Part 1 of When the Farsei Blooms
Selected events of "When the Farsei Blooms" from the point of view of Elim Garak.
- Part 2 of When the Farsei Blooms