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What's In a Name? - Part Two   1521.01.17  
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Creators: Deirdre / Wyld_Dandelyon (Writer)
Dulilm doesn't want to be forever seen as Dulilm Barnacle-Brain (or anything of the sort!), but what can she do about it?
Posted: 09/20/18      [No comments yet] ~ 1376 words.
 

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Before she could finish, one of the wait staff came in. "Mate Larsh is here, with your card. He said you promised him a meal?"

"What--he's here already?" Dulilm set her pen down.

"And dragging a hand-cart with boxes of paper."

"Boxes--?" Why would Larsh be bringing boxes of paper to the restaurant? Could there be boxes of these horrible Dulilm stories?

Author's Notes

After re-reading this before submitting it, I'm hoping one of my artist friends will do a Barnacle-Brain Dulilm comic!

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Location:
Tifijimi

Characters Featured:
Tagliim, Anya (Dulilm),

Referenced Articles:
Sea Monsters in Southern Waters
Licensing in the Empire

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