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  • “Even the King of Honce-the-Bear cannot shine brightly beside the one known as Nightbird,” said Braumin.

    Ascendance

  • “Are you then the same Brother Anders Castinagis who was taken prisoner at the Barbacan and dragged to Palmaris to stand trial beside the one called Nightbird?”

    Ascendance

  • “Are you then the same Brother Anders Castinagis who was taken prisoner at the Barbacan and dragged to Palmaris to stand trial beside the one called Nightbird?”

    Ascendance

  • “Even the King of Honce-the-Bear cannot shine brightly beside the one known as Nightbird,” said Braumin.

    Ascendance

  • "Elbryan Wyndon, known as Nightbird, and his wife, Jilseponie, who is often called Pony."

    Mortalis

  • "Elbryan Wyndon, known as Nightbird, and his wife, Jilseponie, who is often called Pony."

    Mortalis

  • Several others -- "Nightbird" and "Your Smiling Face," for instance -- are cover-band stuff; OK for lounge work but not far enough removed from the originals to be interesting.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • Several others -- "Nightbird" and "Your Smiling Face," for instance -- are cover-band stuff; OK for lounge work but not far enough removed from the originals to be interesting.

    Starbulletin Headlines

  • Nightbird Books in Fayetteville, Arkansas looks like a fun spot — and we'll be sure to check it out if Geoff Brock ever invites us down.

    A Different Stripe:

  • Nightbird Books in Fayetteville, Arkansas looks like a fun spot — and we'll be sure to check it out if Geoff Brock ever invites us down.

    Making new links, but keeping the old (pt. 1)

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