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  • The increased sandwolf attacks were a way for the soarers to put pressure on the alectors, as had been the attack " and it could have been nothing less " upon the ironworks.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The sandwolf shuddered, and slowed, but only for a moment.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Mykel could sense the gray-violet aura of at least one sandwolf even before the creature appeared out of the brush to the east of the small flock.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Even as Mykel aimed, and fired, aimed and fired, taking down one sandwolf, and then another, he could sense something else, the reddish violet auras, but those were coming from the front of the column.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The sandwolf barely let out a howl as it was lifted off the ground and then flung aside, partly disemboweled and dead before it could have realized what had happened.

    Soarer's Choice

  • Mykel didn't think that the smaller creature " although it wasn't that much less in size and perhaps even closer in weight " had much chance against the sandwolf and its fangs.

    Soarer's Choice

  • A large male charged from the flock toward the sandwolf.

    Soarer's Choice

  • The second sandwolf peered from the side of the quarasote, then turned, and bounded to a second clump of quarasote, before vanishing into a gully so small that Wendra could barely make it out.

    Darkness

  • She could hear the hoofbeats of Royalt's mount, but she kept checking the terrain until she saw the second sandwolf, more than thirty yards away, behind a more distant and larger clump of quarasote.

    Darkness

  • Her third shot tore into the chest of the beast, and the sandwolf staggered, then fell, less than two yards from the mare.

    Darkness

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