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Midnight on Avignon's Reach: Startled by noises outside, the twists emerge from their makeshift camp in the long-forgotten Graveyard of the Martyrs.


10 comments:

  1. Funny, I've just finished cutting and trimming my Garden of Mor.

    Excited to see you post though mate. :)

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  2. Good to see you back mate.. we want morr.. groan ..

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  3. Yes. Too long away from the internet, dude!

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  4. Ah, it's nice to be back in digital-dorkery... Move all went well, I haven't lost my job, and my new house is all connected to the interweb again so I can leave the last few months of ludicrous stress behind me and enjoy the lighter evenings to do some painting. Good to see you all :)

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  5. Fulgrim - That image is fantastic along with the mood writing. You've left me wanting more...I need to know what happens.

    Nice blog

    PDH

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  6. Thanks, PDH, I'm flattered and it's an honour to have you on board. The blog's slightly faltering, but I'm beavering away privately on a few things to drag it back towards it's original intended purpose.

    More on this later this week.

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  7. I've been lurking for a little while...Neil pointed me in this direction. Had to catch up all the great posts but felt I had to wait for an update to announce my presence lol. Your blog has inspired a whole world after I saw your post about Zdzislaw Beksinski's artwork. linky = http://inqvitational.wikispaces.com/Bromeholm+System+Data-Fax

    Look forward to meeting you on the 9th in Nottingham :-)

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  8. Crikey, I'm flattered. Looking back through the blog it's a bit of an hodge-podge, which isn't quite what I had in mind for it, but it's been a choppy year so far. Plans are afoot as I'm settling down, though, now.

    More importantly, I'm glad that the Life in the Imperium series has been of inspiration to someone - your description of Bromeholm is superb.

    Yes, I'm looking forward to the 9th myself.

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  9. I agree , the link to Bekinski's work was a cool heads up , My very first Praxus story is set on bronholme now.

    btw Mol is trying to get hold of you ..

    see you on the 9th mate.

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  10. Thanks, Neil - will email him now. See you on Saturday.

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