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Re: What is today's word?
« Reply #15 on: July 07, 2013, 02:27:06 pm »
Today's word is silence

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Re: What is today's word?
« Reply #16 on: July 08, 2013, 01:30:10 am »
Today's word is GALEOTH!

When Zeeman closes the door to the room Gheiz silently moves to look from the window last time Zeemnan. But what he see is not Zeemnan, but another one of the most powerful Dragon Slayers ever in the history: Galeoth. The fifth ranked Dragon Slayer Galeoth who's said to be as powerful as the Greater Dragons and his emotions colder than the ice itself. Gheiz cannot first believe his eyes, but when he actually sees that the ground, the flowers, even the nearby trees starts quickly cover with ice then he truly believes who he is watching at. Then he realizes that Galeoth has come here for Zeemnan.

Gheiz wanted to warn Zeemnan and run down quickly the stairs of Dragon Inn. One stairs, two stairs, three stairs, and then he opens the main door of the inn. Tharo is near just outside the Dragon Inn watching Galeoth explicitly. Gheiz starts to run towards Zeemnan but then the man quickly take off one earrings from both sides. The magical powers are now released even stronger than ever before. The magical waves pushes back Gheiz and he clashes to the wall of Dragon Inn. After that the magical pressure is so thick he hardly can move his head to watch what happens between these two immense powerful fighters. It is then when he's about to see the the ultimate fight just front of his eyes.

That's from the book I wrote in few minutes.
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