The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by Fiferguy » Thu May 12, 2011 1:28 pm

SYED wrote:A cool story would be jason trying to smuggle arcans to haven, playing the human nations against each other, stealing every thing to ensure haven remains strong and independant. so dealing with tthe hidden loremasters, anti arcan human attacking all sorts.
I think you mean Kyven... :wink: Jason is the main character in the Subjugation series.

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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by Mizriath » Fri May 13, 2011 4:02 am

Fel wrote:No filler this time, I'm on about page 13 of walker16.

Afterwards, who knows. I'm debating open-ending Shadow Walker for a possible third book about the war, or maybe a prequel that shows the origins of the Arcans and the war that destroyed the world.
Fel, a sequel, the 3rd book will make me happy. A prequel will also make me happy .... 4 books in the Shadow fox series.

Starting on Secession will make me very happy, I already lost count on the number of books here. Yay. Fillers or not. :)
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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by Fiferguy » Fri May 13, 2011 5:07 am

Mizriath wrote:Fel, a sequel, the 3rd book will make me happy. A prequel will also make me happy .... 4 books in the Shadow fox series.

Starting on Secession will make me very happy, I already lost count on the number of books here. Yay. Fillers or not. :)
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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by michaelsuave » Sun May 15, 2011 3:13 pm

Hmm, good chapter fel. I thought I remembered more of this story being published by you at some time... something about Fox and building his kingdom? (That's not a spoiler!*) Didn't you post up a later chapter at some point?
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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by Javna » Sun May 15, 2011 4:44 pm

I second that, I have a memory of also reading about that .
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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by ThisAndThat1 » Thu Apr 12, 2012 4:40 am

Just finished reading chapter three again.
It was as good as I remembered it.
Thanks.
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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by ampws » Mon May 28, 2012 12:17 pm

Thanks Fel. I always thought that this could go somewhere.

Time to reread chapters 1 & 2 before reading this I think.

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Re: The Fox and the Hawk, chapter 3.

Post by grimlock157 » Mon May 28, 2012 6:15 pm

Again with the making me think that something new was out! It's official, I'm an addict!

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