Ten Thousand Worlds A growing collection of resources for Ten Thousand Worlds, a game that lets you and your friends exercise your creativity and imagination as you work together to experience stories in the great tradition of heroic fiction -stories that you create yourselves. Documents in this feed are distributed in PDF format, under a Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike 3.0 (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) Unported License. http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/_common/img/rss.gif Released under the Creative Commons Attribution - Noncommercial - Share Alike 3.0 Unported License (CC BY-NC-SA 3.0) by Rodolfo Arredondo, 2017 2017-06-29T00:00:01-06:00 Rodolfo Arredondo tenthousandworlds@use.startmail.com urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0000-123456789abc Detective Max Behr 1.03

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“Max’s late mother used to tell him that when he was born, she used a magic ring … to call on a sprite, a brownie, and a goblin to bless her son. The sprite said he would always bounce back from life’s little accidents, the brownie declared his eyes and ears would always be open to the world around him, and the goblin sneered and said the boy’s life would always be interesting. It has been. If you’re a supernatural creature roaming around Ontario, Max Behr is the mortal to go to when you have problems with the world of humans.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0048-000020160719 2016-07-19T00:00:01-06:00
Nyomi Witu 1.0

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“As a Ghost Blade Warrior, Nyomi Witu has mastered the ability to summon a Ghost Blade: a meter-long semi- transparent sword of pure mental energy. She can make her particular Ghost Blade appear anywhere … even inside of something, or someone.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0047-000020130131 2013-01-31T00:00:01-06:00
Doctor Fathom 1.0

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“She specializes in the study of applied biomimicry, using nature as an inspiration for her engineering designs. Marisol’s best design yet has been the “Fathom” powered deep-sea diving suit. With the suit, she’s been able to venture farther and deeper than most undersea explorers, and with her knack for following her hunches, Mari has discovered creatures of myth and civilizations of legend. So far, Dr. Paz has kept these things out of her papers, satisfied to write only about her engineering work.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0046-000020121231 2012-12-31T00:00:01-06:00
Changeling 1.0

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“When tested, he was once able to target ten different sheep identified only by numbered ear-tags, each one running in a different direction inside a herd of hundreds, and simultaneously teleport each sheep into a different pen. Young Mr. White can do these sorts of things because he creates, destroys, and manipulates miniature wormholes at will.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0045-000020121230 2012-12-30T00:00:01-06:00
Myriad 1.0

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“The reports usually arrive after a sighting of a strange shape-shifting creature, and are on topics as far-ranging as cover-ups of dangerous, badly-designed bridges to connections between port officials and pirates. It is an open secret that several trans-national oil company executives have pooled their resources to put out a bounty on the creature.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0044-000020121031 2012-10-31T00:00:01-06:00
Spinneret 1.0

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“…she really doesn’t have much respect for creatures that aren’t her physical or mental equals. She does, however, make exceptions for creatures that she finds interesting, or who can lead her to the interesting items that she enjoys collecting. All other creatures are potential prey.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0043-000020120909 2012-09-09T00:00:01-06:00
Borzoî 1.0

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“In this state, he unconsciously assesses the known capabilities of his opponents, predicts their most likely moves, visualizes the consequences of his potential responses, and calculates his best possible course of action. His mind recalculates all the known variables in an ongoing battle from moment to moment.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0042-000020120715 2012-07-15T00:00:01-06:00
Lyra 1.0

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“The worst thing an opponent can do when facing Concordia is give her time to prepare for a fight. With even one turn to spare, Lyra will start casting her best spells on herself.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0041-000020120613 2012-06-13T00:00:01-06:00
Menace 1.0

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“Sophie made a new life for herself among the homeless, squatters, gangs, and anarchists of the urban jungle. In this dangerous world, she found a ready outlet for her rage, and plenty of opportunities to practice using her unusual abilities in life-or-death situations.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0040-000020120520 2012-05-20T00:00:01-06:00
Fly Me to the Moon 1.0

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“Proposed as long ago as 1994 CE by Mexican physicist Miguel Alcubierre, this faster-than-light space drive did not become a reality until one was finally forged from dark matter itself … When activated, it wraps the ship in a bubble of space-time that experiences no acceleration, while outside the bubble it warps space in a wave, contracting it ahead of the ship while expanding the space behind it…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0039-000020110101 2011-01-01T00:00:01-06:00
SureShot 1.0

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“…She was long content to play with the tourists of New Orleans, date the locals, and participate in her species’ dominance displays and mating rituals when required. That is, until Hurricane Katrina hit and broke the Mad Ones out of their cells along with many other old monsters. The Mad Ones actually do all the horrible things that all In-betweeners are accused of doing in the old legends…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0038-000020101201 2010-12-01T00:00:01-06:00
Tin Soldier 1.0

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“…the garbage crawled over him —and into him. It was a swarm of broken little reject robots, just another piece of poorly stored industrial waste hidden along the gulf coast. They went first for his eye, his legs, even his cell phone, trying to fix him, to upgrade him, then they went for his flesh.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0037-000020101101 2010-11-01T00:00:01-06:00
Voodoo Child 1.0

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““When I recovered from being nearly drowned and trampled by ghosts, there was one ghost left at my side, Uncle Beau. As I huddled with everyone else in the reeking SuperDome, he slowly told me about how the storm took out more than just the levees, but the magical wards that had kept all kinds of evil locked up in this town. Now that evil was running amok all over the South, and as his heir, it was my job to find those old monsters wherever they hid, bring them back…””

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0036-000020101001 2010-10-01T00:00:01-06:00
Stray Cat 1.0

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““So now I race down the back roads of the old South in a beat-up ’71 Thunderbird. It has a lot less style than my ’Vette, but between the trunk and the hollowed-out doors, it can pack a lot of ammo. Most days I eat road-house chow; Most nights I sleep in my car. … We gather clues, both mystical and mundane, to the whereabouts of those old monsters, and then we go hunting…””

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0035-000020100901 2010-09-01T00:00:01-06:00
PotLuck 1.0

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“Outsiders who visit Earth sometimes leave behind the odd trinket. Few of these items can be triggered by mere humans; even fewer can be controlled without killing their users or driving them mad; but a very few can actually be reverse-engineered and mated with terrestrial technology.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0034-000020100301 2010-03-01T00:00:01-06:00
Movement 1.0

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“The great flying Crystal Ships of the Sidhe were designed to be strong, to be fast, and to endure all manner of adverse conditions, but despite their honorable showing in the First War of the Falling Stars, they were never meant for combat.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0033-000020100201 2010-02-01T00:00:01-06:00
Time Enough 1.0

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“Haven dreamed herself. She dreamed herself in many forms. She dreamed her skies and oceans, mountains and valleys. She dreamed parts of herself with their own free will and their own dreams. In short, she dreamed her people…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0032-000020100101 2010-01-01T00:00:01-06:00
Wild Things 1.0

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“The majority of Chimerae live in and around the White Waste, Haven’s largest desert and site of the world’s worst magical catastrophe. … Natural philosopher Marius Thane, who has risked his life to study the Couatl, believes that they await the birth of the “Paragon”, a being that will lead them in the retaking of Ghost.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0031-000020091201 2009-12-01T00:00:01-06:00
Land and Sky 1.0

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“Some passes come closer than others, so much so that on some crossings, the glowing red crevices cracking its black pearl surface can be seen with by unaided human eyes ... There is evidence to suggest that ages ago, the inhabitants of Ghost were wiped out by an invasion from Antipode.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0030-000020091101 2009-11-01T00:00:01-06:00
Humans 2.0

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“…these practices hint at the powers that were once possessed by Humans before a planet-wide magical catastrophe changed them forever.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0029-000020170123 2017-01-23T00:00:01-06:00
Lutins 2.0

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“They fearlessly experiment with technology, sometimes just to see what happens. Lutin mages have tried to infuse their machines with magic. Their tinkerers have tried to reverse-engineer alien relics from the Wars of the Fallen Stars. Lutins have developed both steam engines and gun powder. The results of all this tinkering have been mixed, and Lutins haven’t been the only ones who have suffered when their experiments have gone wrong. The easiest way to draw the ire (if not outright hostility) of most other sentient species on Haven is to openly display Lutin technology.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0028-000020160930 2016-09-30T00:00:01-06:00
Wakyambi 1.0

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“Their almost complete lack of material wealth, combined with their martial arts and unnerving mental weapons, has kept most Wakyambi settlements free from raids by other species for most of their history.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0027-000020090801 2009-08-01T00:00:01-06:00
Korobokuru 2.0

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“It is within the ability of most educated people on Haven to learn the structure of Koro-go, the Korobokuru language, but about half their vocabulary is incomprehensible to non-Koro. Koro-go has words for colors beyond red, for combinations of magnetic field characteristics beyond just polarity and strength, and for complex emotional interactions. Conversely, the language has few ways to describe deliberate deception, such as lying, because it’s very difficult to do in Koro society.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0026-000020170525 2017-05-25T00:00:01-06:00
Rakshasas 1.0

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“No living Rakshasa can describe the true appearance of her species, and none of the art left in the abandoned ruins of their ancient jungle complexes gives a definitive answer. Folk legends either paint them as creatures too horrible to contemplate or as beings so beautiful that they enchanted all who saw them.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0025-000020090601 2009-06-01T00:00:01-06:00
Sidhe 2.0

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“…Some say they are like puppet masters, manipulating world events as they fight decades-long feuds by proxy; Others say they are the secret guardians of Haven, the world’s last defense. One thing is known: to survive the ages, each one had to have become an extremely dangerous being in her own right.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0024-000020150126 2015-01-26T00:00:01-06:00
Within Without Beyond 1.1

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“Harmony schools emphasize a rational approach, featuring meditation and the learning of greater self-control. Chaos schools emphasize a more emotional, intuitive approach that features all-night dervishes and self-discovery through powerful experiences.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0023-000020090401 2009-04-01T00:00:01-06:00
Magic Arsenal 1.0

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“This weapon, like all the best Wakyambi weapons, is built inside the wielder’s own body and mind. The only outward sign of its existence is a raised silver mark somewhere on his body.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0022-000020090301 2009-03-01T00:00:01-06:00
Sara 1.0

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“…the underworld can tell you how McLeish earned her nickname. Sara remembers everything you did, including things you did in the dark, things you’d rather forget; and if you disappoint her, Cruel Sara will show it all back to you.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0021-000020090201 2009-02-01T00:00:01-06:00
Donner 1.0

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“Donner once converted all the white marble, granite, and aluminum in the Washington monument into black basalt and iron.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0020-000020090101 2009-01-01T00:00:01-06:00
Andrew 1.0

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“Andrew can see, hear, and smell as well as the best nocturnal predators. On moonlit nights, he sees as much detail as most humans can see during the day. Charters can hear a heartbeat in another room, or isolate a single voice in a crowd. He can remember smells the way other people remember faces.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0019-000020081201 2008-12-01T00:00:01-06:00
Byron 1.0

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“From a very young age, Byron had realized that he was different from other kids, even though he wasn’t sure how. There was no room in his father’s world for anything other than a “normal” son –a tough, strong, accomplished athlete– so Byron became that, and hid his true nature from his father and everyone else.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0018-000020081101 2008-11-01T00:00:01-06:00
Lina 1.1

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“Instead of worrying about how to tell her parents that she wanted to be an artist instead of a veterinarian, she was worrying about how to survive the agents of the Sovereign-hunting Project Rancher.”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0017-000020081001 2008-10-01T00:00:01-06:00
Nate 1.2

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“Long before the general population had even heard of a Sovereign, his father, Andrew Charters, was working under government contract to build “little machines” that could change people at the genetic level, ostensibly as a medical tool. His father volunteered to test the prototype machines in his own body –and they slowly broke Andrew’s brain. Nate grew up being told that his father had died in a lab accident…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0016-000020080901 2008-09-01T00:00:01-06:00
Raven 1.0

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“…In 1327, Julian of Kent made a pact with an evil from beyond this world and traded away his humanity for immortality. He was taught the principles of magic and the Ritual of Rebirth in exchange for serving the Dark Sires…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0015-000020080501 2008-05-01T00:00:01-06:00
Hex 1.0

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“Hex is a veteran of the most recent civil war in the magical realm of Susur, from the losing side. In what turned out to be his final tour of duty, he volunteered to make a critical surgical strike with an experimental weapon, which was sabotaged…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0014-000020080401 2008-04-01T00:00:01-06:00
Darchangel 1.0

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““…Somewhere in there sprawling, half over the edge of a dock, watching neon dance on multiplying ripples as bits of my shattered mind tried tumbling back together. Staring into the reflection of a nightmare creature wearing my face and asking: ‘What’s my name?’””

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0013-000020080301 2008-03-01T00:00:01-06:00
Jajuok 1.0

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“…his timely intervention and fast talking bought enough time for a Canadian crew to escape a band of smugglers whom they’d witnessed at work. They didn’t forget that, and their next time in port, offered him a paying job onboard the Ice Princess…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0012-000020080201 2008-02-01T00:00:01-06:00
Huntsman 1.0

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““I’ve never forgotten my first sight of a faerie Huntsman, clothed in mist and shadow and rune-covered armor, mounted on a horned beast, pointing a spiral-carved spear right at my nine-year-old heart…””

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0011-000020080101 2008-01-01T00:00:01-06:00
Or et Argent 1.0

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“…two flashy engineers who started flying into aerospace shows in gold and silver flying suits to promote their new firm. Everyone just assumed they were male…”

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0010-000020071201 2007-12-01T00:00:01-06:00
Hijack 1.0

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“Hiram kept his end of the bargain, and even stuck up for them when some rude spring-breakers at Playa del Carmen wanted to use them for dwarf-tossing. They were thankful, saying something about wanting to avoid disintegrating the locals…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw009/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0009-000020071101 2007-11-01T00:00:01-06:00
Snowstorm 1.0

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“She also learned about their program for creating mentally enhanced soldiers, for building machines to augment and control psychics, for spinning off from any government program, and for forming an organization to hunt down and train “special” children under the guise of a world-wide charity. It was a lot for a five-year-old to take…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw008/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0008-000020071001 2007-10-01T00:00:01-06:00
Chiaroscuro 1.0

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“He’s actually a hybrid of human and a life-form of Susur, possible only though magic; in Medieval terms he’s the progeny of an Incubus and a witch…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw007/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0007-000020070901 2007-09-01T00:00:01-06:00
Puppetiste 1.0

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“It took a long time for Laquesha to put it all together, but her psychic abilities are the result of a Creche experiment gone horribly wrong. Her parents, both doctors, met on a UN World Health Organization mission in Kenya…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw006/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0006-000020070801 2007-08-01T00:00:01-06:00
Warhawk 1.0

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““…Within an hour of blowing the whistle to Jargenson, Keiko had a ‘lab accident’ –seems she fell and hit her head on a giant magnet seven times before dying. I nearly got cooked when a microwave laser ‘misfired’ a centimeter from my scalp…””

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw005/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0005-000020070701 2007-07-01T00:00:01-06:00
Meddler 1.01

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““…One night I’m shooting darts at Terry’s with a few odd short blue-skinned tourist types, when we start buying each others’ shots. We’re all having a grand time, and then one of the little fellows jumps behind the bar and offers to make up a special drink for me. The next thing I remember, Terry’s youngest boy is shaking me awake in the rafters…””

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw004/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0004-000020070601 2007-06-01T00:00:01-06:00
Vol Garn 1.1

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“…He has a plush coat of vibrant purple fur, turquoise eyes, ivory teeth and claws, and iridescent feathers that range in color from salmon pink to lemon yellow to turquoise blue. A bright pink nose tops his cat-like muzzle, and the insides of his large, fan-shaped, scalloped ears repeat all the colors in his feathers…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw003/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0003-000020070503 2007-05-03T00:00:01-06:00
Mojo and Jinx 1.0

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“…He also trained them to one day take over his magic act as Mojo and Jinx, promising to teach them something truly magical once their minds were ready for it. Unfortunately, that day never came; Instead, the day came when Morris and Jeanne learned that their uncle's greatest illusion was his own life…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw002/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0002-000020070502 2007-05-02T00:00:01-06:00
Ten Thousand Worlds 1.03

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“All players, save one, play the roles of the story’s fictional heroes, the Player Characters (PCs for short), and try to “save the day” as the heroes would. The remaining player, the Game Master (or GM) plays the roles of all the other characters they meet: villains, monsters, everyday people and animals; collectively known as Non Player Characters (NPCs). The GM also acts as referee and sets up every new game session, or chapter in the story. Together, everyone's choices shape a collaborative, interactive tale…”

http://www.tenthousandworlds.org/titles/ttw001/

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urn:uuid:12345678-9abc-def0-0001-000020160607 2016-06-07T00:00:01-06:00