So a heretic took on the visage of a mythological figure? Or were they really myths in this setting and not actual deities? I remember the Seostein mentioning playing the role of Zeus.
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May 18th, 1611 – London
Crash. Scream. Laughter. Shriek. Thump. Shout. Angry bellowing. Sarcastic retort. Crash.
All of that and more filled the air at nearly the same time, forcing Virginia Dare to snap her gaze from one noise to another. Her head twitched back and forth, the enhanced wolf-hearing that was such an asset in the forests she had spent so much time in becoming a liability here in the incredibly crowded, oppressively loud city of London. Every time she jerked her head to look at and subsequently dismiss one potential threat as its sound reached her, four others assaulted her ears from various directions.
It was safe to say that the twenty-three…
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