1. Ainulindalë

Posthuman of the Rings, part 1.

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A Date with Darin

“Look, I’m not really the best person to have a relationship with. I can be selfish as fuck, I break my promises more often than not, and I suck at making compromises.”

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A White Death

A boy, somewhere in his late teens and with brown reddish hair, lies motionless on the ground.

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Childhood’s End

Even after nine years, people still stare at us.

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Colonization

They were lovers and geniuses, two of the greatest military and administrative minds humanity had ever produced. They knew the art of war; they knew how to run a province; they knew when to please a populace, and when to wield an iron first.

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Cryoshift

Case #6-694-39245: Michael Jones.

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Fiery Skies

Some sort of dystopian fantasy. A birth.

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Gerdian

An arctic werewolf.

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In a Billion Years

Their embrace is wordless, simultaneously physical and mental.

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That Old Man

The only thing we ever knew him as was "that old man". Our parents might have been able to tell us his real name, but none of us really cared. He wasn't that interesting, really - he'd just sit on a bench, basking in the sun and rarely paying us children any attention. He wasn't of the "nice, child-loving grandpa" type, but on the good side, he wasn't of the "awful, child-hating bitter old guy" type, either.

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The Chamber of Sounds

I stand here, in my small closet, locked away from all other life.

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The Flailer

A cold wind blew as Shaelin watched over the landscape.

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The Gallows Tree

It's always a sunset by the gallows tree.

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The Listener

The family had finally gotten their new house built. One of the first things they did was to throw a housewarming party and bring in the Listener.

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The Phoenix

Mielea closed her eyes, silently drawing a deep breath. As she did so, the sharp, pungent smell of the volcano’s toxic gases made her throat and nostrils burn, the acrid feeling spreading down to her lungs. For a long moment, she held her breath, savoring the pain. Then she exhaled, the gas burning almost twice as much as it made its way over her throat again. Slowly she opened her eyes,...

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To Live and Die for the God-Emperor

The party in the Menovian asteroid belt has been going on non-stop for ten millennia now.

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Union

It began with simple emotion implants. I loved my girl more than I could ever express in words, and it pained me to know I could never communicate that feeling adequately enough. I watched her eyes when she said she loved me, and I knew that she was suffering from the same.

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We’re Running Out of Adults

"We are running out of adults." The words were first heard in the office of the Minister of Weather, but few people paid any attention to them.

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