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  1. Public Bookmark 67

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    "A great hymn rose on Valarian Fields gladly, proclaiming:
    Those who had been slaves now were free.”
    - Canticle of Shartan, 10:1, from The Dissonant Verses.

    Elves are born farther from the Maker's light than humanity, and it is for this reason among others that Divine Renata I called for an Exalted March on the Dales. As a slave in Tevinter, Fenris was never given the privilege of faith, taught that his tongue was too low to sing the prophet's verses.

    But Fenris is a free man now, searching for new faith. One that has space in its philosophy for elves, and slaves, and criminals. One that has space, even, for him.

    This is a story about Fenris' relationship with Andrastianism, and the way that Sebastian Vael attempts to prey on his trauma. It is about abuse and institutional corruption, prejudice and freedom.

    It is, of course, about revolution.

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    11 May 2021

  2. Public Bookmark 41

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    "The way up and the way down are one and the same."
    - Heraclitus

    Fenris accidentally adopts a kitten with his rival Anders while living in Kirkwall. Over the next few years, they co-parent their cat, navigate Kirkwall's many dangers together, and reach a better understanding of one another. They even start to fall in love.

    As tensions rise across Thedas between mages and Templars, though, their bond will be put to the test. Kirkwall is just the beginning, and there's a long road ahead if they ever want to find some measure of peace.

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    17 Feb 2021

  3. Public Bookmark 96

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    Fenris didn't hate Anders, not really.

    Once upon a time, but not so long ago, an elf fell in love with a mage.

    A canon-divergent AU set during Act 2, in which Anders is taken to the Circle.

    'Cause here's the thing: to know how it ends, and still begin to sing it again - as if it might turn out this time...I learned that from a friend of mine

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    16 Feb 2021

  4. Public Bookmark *

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    Twenty-two years ago on Melida/Daan, Obi-Wan left the Jedi Order to fight in a war. He never returned to the Temple.

    Now, a few months into the Clone Wars, a Jedi Knight shows up in Obi-Wan's office in Coruscant's undercity, looking for help with a blackmail problem. Blackmail would be simple enough, but this--as with all things involving the Jedi--has something much bigger behind it. Trouble might be Obi-Wan's business, but this is a little above his pay grade.

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    04 Jul 2020

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    Four years after Order 66 and the fall of the Jedi Order, a grieving, struggling Ben Kenobi finds himself inexplicably taken back in time, crashing headlong into the foundations of fate. Grasping hope and vengeance with both hands, Ben rebuilds his identity and seeks to change the course of history: by saving Anakin Skywalker, the Jedi Order, the galaxy - and just maybe saving Obi-Wan Kenobi along the way.

    Featuring a heavy dose of Mandalorian involvement, overall world-building, cultural exploration, and every star wars plot I have ever wanted to write.

    This saga is written in chronological order and is meant to be read from the first book through to the end. It is also written in a manner designed to be just as engaging the second time around, as some details become more meaningful in the context of hindsight.

    Enjoy.

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    02 Jun 2020