The Erciyes Fragments (Vampire: The Dark Ages) by C. S. Friedman

By C. S. Friedman

Written by means of famous science-fiction novelist C.S. Friedman, The Erciyes Fragments is a model of the booklet of Nod that hasn't ever been noticeable prior to by way of mortal eyes. the main sage of vampiric students supply their observation on your enlightenment. printed now for the 1st time are the prophecies of Nod - and of Gehenna! Tradeback.

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The Buddhist monks remained prominent for nearly 700 years, until their demise in the late 16th century. These battle-minded holy men fought viciously against any perceived oppression against them or the farmers of the countryside. The sohei were not solitary monks, but instead acted as mobs of warriors amassing in the country, rioting with their naginatas whenever they perceived a threat to Buddhism or to their own power. Their sense of justice was clouded by fierce wrath, and many suggest that caused their eventual downfall.

The pen can be mightier than the sword, after all — especially when jammed into somebody’s carotid artery. Bar-Stompings, Shit-Kickings Not all fights end up as murderous freefor-alls in which one’s life is on the line. Bar brawls, domestic fights and back-room pugilism all come with the quiet understanding that the fighters aren’t trying to kill each other, and if anybody’s going to the hospital, it’s for a broken finger or stitches, not for a sucking chest wound. The unspoken assumption is that a fighter doesn’t go for the rough and lethal stuff unless the scuffle has reached the point of no return.

Reportedly, the archeologists who uncovered the weapons (of which there were 13, said to be found in a bodiless tomb) seemed obsessed with the artifacts, particularly with the intricate mazes etched upon the ax-heads, which seemed to defy solution. Eventually, members of the dig team stole the artifacts and vanished. The axes, and the archaeologists, remain missing to this day, and no one knows what will happen when the tiny labyrinths are solved. Crash Ax: A crash ax is a small survival ax made for use in emergencies.

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