Tag Archives: Olik Petir

Baral Favain and the Twins

Merry Christmas to Grace! I couldn’t convince Kettetri to come play for this one, but I shall see what I can do for your birthday, youngling. Immense gratitude is owed to the inimitable Mr. Lewis for Tashbaan, upon which the city … Continue reading

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Baral Favain and the Baby Sister

Finally, my favorite honorary niece has moved to somewhere I can actually get to! And she’s sooo cute! So this is the latest from Baral Favain… written in Switzerland and Austria. (I love WordPress’ schedule feature.) It happened that year … Continue reading

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Baral Favain and the Storm

Baral Favain is back! Again, for Grace, and written on short notice, so… perhaps not as purple or as long as usual. But I’ve slipped in a few more funny Beasts for Rachel who’s having a lousy week to laugh … Continue reading

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Baral Favain and the Lesson in Luck

Seeing as how it’s Friday 13th – unlucky for some – I thought I might enlist Baral Favain and create a topical short story for the occasion. Please note that I subscribe to the Hermit of the Southern Marches’ philosophy on … Continue reading

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How Baral Favain Rescued Sandrik Petir

Second verse, same as the first, could get better but just might get worse. Another story for Grace. I’m getting pretty sick of writing action underground, TBH. One short passage borrowed from the sublime Karen Miller for Erin to spot. … Continue reading

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How Olik Petir Met Baral Favain

Written specially for Grace, who is not quite three months old. Someday she’ll maybe appreciate it. Return of Baral Favain the Shendi Prince. My dear, let me tell you about Baral Favain. He was a prince, which is a point … Continue reading

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Baral Favain and the Haven of the Dead

The following Saalisan fairytale owes a great deal to Wilfred Owen for his ghoulish but beautiful poem The Kind Ghosts. An early Baral Favain story, now mended and ready for use – this one is not for Grace!  Somewhat atypical of the Shendi Prince, but … Continue reading

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