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By Richard S. Tuttle

Titanic Federation armies invade Alcea via magical portals trying to devastate the total continent. Outnumbered 4 to at least one, the Alceans grimly arrange for the bloody clash, yet victory at the battlefield isn't really more than enough for younger King Arik. realizing that the good Demon has initiated the struggle among the 2 nations exclusively to supply 1000000 tears to satisfy an old prophecy, King Arik calls for that the Knights of Alcea spare as a number of the enemy squaddies as they could. whereas defeat at the battlefield ability loss of life for the Alceans, a victory that enables the good Demon to meet the traditional prophecy will suggest everlasting servitude to Alutar.

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Helm control, hard to starboard and fire all batteries. Get us some distance from this bastard! ' yelled Barzano from the tactical plot table. 'I believe we face a ship of the eldar's dark kin. ' Tiberius hesitated, unused to being contradicted on his own bridge, but the adept had been proven correct so far and seemed to know more about the capabilities of the enemy ship. 'Very well, Adept Barzano. ' snapped Tiberius to his helm officer. ' KESHARQ WATCHED THE damaged ship turn about its axis on the viewscreen before him.

A wide cobbled square stretched before the palace gates, its circumference marked by yet more statuary. The palace itself rose high above the streets below, its white towers and crenellated battlements designed in the High Gothic styling popular several thousand years ago. Bronze flying buttresses supported a massive fluted bell tower embellished with a conical roof of beaten gold and studded with precious stones. Uriel could see from the bell's great, rocking motion that it was tolling, but could not hear it over the roaring of the Thunderhawk's engines.

In addition to the aesthetics of the palace, Uriel's practiced eye took in the many gun emplacements worked cunningly into the building's structure and the entrances to underground launch bays. The palace, and indeed the entire central city, would be a formidable bastion to hold in the event of an insurrection or war. The gunship began slowing and descending towards the blinking lights of a landing platform set within a ring of tall trees just outside the palace walls. A small observation building arid fuel tank, protected by raised blast shielding, sat at its edge.

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