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Creators: Ellen Million (Writer)
Kireg is looking for something specific.
Posted: 11/19/14      [No comments yet] ~ 374 words.
 

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"Can you make one that's smaller?" Kireg asked hesitantly.

"Smaller than this?" Jila knit her brows at the ranger. The little blank book she held, neatly stitched and wrapped in a leather cover dyed teal, was barely the size of her hand and her hand was as small as the rest of her was. For a moment, Kireg thought she was going to take offense at the idea, or think that he was insulting her height.

Author's Notes

A self-directed 30 minute fastwrite project. I've been working on an article on papercraft in the north, and recently created Kireg's character sheet based on his appearance in Darkening Skies, so this fell out of my brain fairly quickly.

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Location:
Itrelir

Characters Featured:
Jila, Nekor, Kireg,

Referenced Articles:
Papercraft in the North

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