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  • I also slid one of my silverstone knives out of my jacket pocket and palmed it.

    Venom

  • He was using his elemental talent for metal to scope out how many silverstone weapons I currently carried on my person.

    Venom

  • Someone had taken the silverstone medallion off my necklace and stuck it between my hands.

    Venom

  • No doubt every silverstone weapon on the wall bore the same rune, the mark of its maker.

    Venom

  • With my other hand, I sliced my silverstone knife across his exposed throat, slashing open his thick neck.

    Venom

  • Some of which could have been carbon copies of my own silverstone instruments.

    Venom

  • A bit of moonlight slipped in through the bedroom window and highlighted the silverstone scars on my hands.

    Venom

  • He ignored the silverstone knives strapped to my legs and went straight to the sweet spot, drawing his finger up and down the junction of my thighs.

    Venom

  • Finn had come over for an early dinner and to help me brainstorm how I could get close enough to Elliot Slater to bury my silverstone knives in his broad back.

    Venom

  • I got out of the car and made my way across the street, slithering from shadow to shadow, a silverstone knife in either hand.

    Venom

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  • Thanks for clearing that up. When I first read it I was clueless.

    December 13, 2008

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