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  • I worked on it for the last 2 runs in Toronto (where it began), making masks and guts and Candarian daggers.

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  • So … I took some pictures, bought a signed print of the cursed Candarian tome, and had my picture taken with Tom himself.

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  • LVI lhe next trading leg-from Diehl to Southport-was the longest yet between Candarian ports, taking seven days, partly because of the tacking required, and because Hagen used the Seastag's engine sparingly to avoid burning any more coal than he had to.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • While the buildings of Southport looked far more recently constructed than any of the Candarian ports where the Seastag had so far docked, the port had a very different feeling-at least to Kharl.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • The water in the bay was a warm blue, unlike the late-autumn dark blue of the Eastern Ocean or the harbor waters at the Candarian towns and cities where the Seastag had previously ported, and the air was warmer-and moister.

    Wellspring of Chaos

  • "Four, five kays up, or so," Cerryl answered, trying to get his thoughts off more distracting subjects - like Leyladin and the growing chaos around Jeslek and the shortsightedness of various Candarian rulers.

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  • CXXX THE LOW CHIRP of crickets or grasshoppers or cicadas or the Candarian equivalent filled the evening.

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  • He was really closer to the professional armsmen, those who were officers, than to the lords of Lornth, if he equated his past position in the U.F.A. to the equivalent in Candarian society ..

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  • A few ash fragments drifted down around the Candarian traders.

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  • Leithrrse just got another five thousand troops, and more of those rifles for his Candarian allies.

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