A short story about the little girl Lyn, who lives with her uncle, an HJT ferry (a magus that protects ships), his apprentice Makani, and the mysterious Lady Wisp in a lighthouse hut on the island of Rastrowel. The first HJT Ferry Tale. ~ 5325 Words
The most notorious pirate harbor on the Corsic Ocean.
Yamato folk first survey Jamphel Yeshe, calling it "Kujira-tô" or Whale Island, owing to its shape that resembles a whale's head.
Timber is an islet of the Spark Isles, which are on the south-western side of the Anvil Island. It has a thick jungle on it and harbors a camp of illegal arms-dealers, the Gulch. ~ 341 Words
One of the four islands of the Nyingma island group, famous for its special silk. ~ 204 Words
One of the four islands of the Nyingma island group, famous for its quartz mines. ~ 291 Words
The first clockwork exclusion zone. No magic. No god. Just depravity and human garbage littering hopeless streets of a once holy land... ~ 4623 Words
In one final act, the Grand Sages settle around Jamphel Yeshe and turn to stone as they bannish the Great Clockwork from within the island. ~ 157 Words
The Five Sages cross the Iron Belt and the Corsic Ocean on foot to arrive at Whale Island, and they name it Jamphel Yeshe. It becomes a mecca of spirituality and philosphy. ~ 175 Words
Construction on the Monastery of the Grand Sages is completed. During their lifetime, the Sages and their acolytes refer to it simply as home. ~ 120 Words
Yamato folk first survey Jamphel Yeshe, calling it "Kujira-tô" or Whale Island, owing to its shape that resembles a whale's head. ~ 147 Words
From ~One Hundred Fantastic Facts Come to Life~. ~ 1519 Words