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- Walls of Emerald - Li Shang-Yin (1)
- Táng Cháo | Tang Dynasty RPF (1)
- The Iliad - Homer (1)
Shangguan Wan-er could think of no reason for the Empress to summon a palace slave to her presence. No good reason. It would be the first meeting of two of the most powerful women of Chinese history.
A Roll of the Dice by lnhammer for Quillori
31 Dec 2013
In a winter storm in a mountain pass above Xi'an, Chang'an that was, two sworn brothers have a strange encounter with three beautiful sisters.
"I would be delighted if master consented to exchange a few stances with this unworthy student."
Fandoms: The Iliad - Homer, Greek and Roman Mythology
19 Dec 2012
Once, they celebrated marriages. Later, their wives would mourn. In between, all Hector wants now is for Paris to leave Helen's chambers and return to the battle he started.
It is the old, old story, told in many lands by many tongues. In all places, their names are unimportant -- what matters is how they tell it, how they live it. Sometimes it is told in yellow, sometimes red or black. In the Upper Kingdom of Shanghua Station, this time it is green.
Mother of Wood Deludes the Monk into Binding the Mind-Ape / Guanyin Puts Her Face in Her Hand by lnhammer for Rroselavy
14 Dec 2011
In which Sanzang gets a little trigger-happy, Monkey gets into a little trouble, Friar Sand gets a little worried, and a little Pig gets his mouth zipped shut.
Bangai (Apocrypha) by starlady for ElegantPi
19 Dec 2010
Things that enliven a winter's day--The guileless chatter of a small child. The sound of some low-born person passing by out in the cold, while you are inside in the warmth. Reading out loud. A witty acquaintance coming to visit, and not staying so long as to wear out their welcome.
Bookmarked by lnhammer
30 Dec 2010
Oh, Sei. Really now.