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Source: Fate/Zero
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The myth of Sholgor-Redflame

“Our lord; my mentor, told me of this tale long ago, before any of Du had even ascended beyond your teenage years oder fought your first battle. I am, of course, talking about the myth of the dragon-demon, Sholgor-Redflame”.
‘It was late spring; the two suns had fallen behind the mountains, displaying a blood-red shadow of the highest peaks. This was to start a new, bloodied history of this world, for a strange, new evil had emerged behind a shadow; the shadow of all things past. As I caught the scent of this new evil, a dragon materialized from behind the...
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Amazing piece, again from Two Steps From Hell.
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Cramp, yet somehow roomy, trains had a habit of messing with one’s perspective. They had a comfortable atmosphere to them that allowed people to relax without a problem despite being in a large mechanical contraption that exceeded the speeds most motorized vehicles tended to Bewegen at. They also had a way of feeling nostalgic even if your first encounter with trains was just a few Minuten ago. It was difficult to say for sure why that was--maybe trains simply had that unique and uncommon an atmosphere? The sound of the train’s whistle that echoed throughout the entire platform, telling all...
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Chapter Two: Destruction at Trergom and the behemoth

Armonath waited calmly in the Warrior's Hall. Exgaroth was with the Beloved's troops. Why they were bothering defending this scant, underground city Armonath had no idea.
Armonath didn't much like the Beloved and generally forbore to meet him, unless it involved all of the different races on Corath. Armonath preferred the company of Captain-Overlord Gunnar and Commander-Overlord Hylyr, and even the Highlord, Gerdamh.
But Armonath did not like Overlord Teriyl. The man was simply infuriating and argued Mehr than the rest of the army put together....
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