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Sergeant Paloma Paz and her Primo Donnas crew hold the Midinoch Anti-Incursion Division’s record for demonic suppression operations. Nobody slaps down Realms-Next-Door nasties better. Whenever a multiversal rent pops up somewhere in Novo Midinoch, they’re scrambling. As their custom Acero-Leona … Continue reading
Francesca hasn’t fallen. There’s nowhere to fall. She’s in a place between the pull of gravity and the listless drift of space. She’s between light and dark, perfectly able to see there’s nothing to see. Except the Stalker. She’s alone … Continue reading
Gemini called on Doc Farrah in late January, looking for a new arm before the storm season blew in. If she missed the last flight from the port of Barnacle back out to the mines of the Scrape, the lightning, … Continue reading
At dawn every morning, Alexi Leadbeater rises alone, stokes the boilers, loads the camera and autocannons, and pilots the Midnight Sonnet toward the Argus Jungle, to search for Vijay. Harroway, the squadron commander, doesn’t approve of these excursions. The war … Continue reading
The official cartographic record of the SPF Destroyer Queen Ranavalona referred to the thick band of icy, dusty rocks as Asteroid Belt KFPK-9, but when someone dubbed it “The Antlion’s Nest”, the name stuck. It was, decided Captain Herrea Talakhamani, … Continue reading