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Ba'edr: Chapter 1...I grabbed my bow from where it hung on a peg on the wall and quickly notched an arrow, throwing the rest of the quiver on my back. Following the thief, I scrambled out the window and studied the area, looking for signs. A rustling in the branches below caught my attention and I glanced downward. There that pesky rat was! Climbing down the tree, trying to get away! Obviously, being in such a rush, they hadn't seen the rope that I used to quickly get down from my leafy abode. I threw my hands around the rope and flew downward, reaching the ground far before the thief did.When the pest finally placed its feet on the ground, I pulled the bow taught and let my arrow fly. It whizzed right above the intruder's head, taking the cloth hat he'd been wearing with it straight into a tree. The thief looked around in surprise, and my eyes widened as I saw that the thief was a she, rather than a he. And she happened to be carrying a bow as well. Another marksman. Shame she didn't use her skills f
The Game: Chapter 4...Sharp barking shattered the silence, startling the girl out of her sleep and out of the hammock. The slip of cloth began to slide from her body but she grabbed it before it fell. Artie never barked unless he encountered something he didn't like. What had the mastiff so riled up this time? Her thoughts were cut off when something feeling like a leather strap was roughly slipped over her mouth and shoved in deeper so she couldn't talk."Hush now, princess. Don't say a word," whispered a voice undistinguishable to the girl. Her eyes were wide in fright, thoughts only of escape kicking in. She wasn't going to let some stranger take her so easily. With a swift movement she kicked her leg backward with precise aim, hitting the man in his sweet spot. He groaned, not expecting the kick, and fell back onto the sand. The girl quickly pulled the leather strap from her mouth and took a quick look at the man. He was no one she knew, nor had ever laid eyes on...