Clan War 10th Anniversary Edition: Bonding

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Title: Clan War 10th Anniversary Edition: Bonding

Author: Bj Jones

Creative Consultant: Timothy Quinn

Artist: Taibhrigh

Author’s Note: This chapter is longer and more detailed than the original.  Which is why many of these chapters have taken longer to re-work.   Lets put it in a perspective everyone can understand.

Bonding: 30 pgs

10th Anniversary Edition: 204 pgs

This is standard with all the Chapters.  The original Clan War worked out to be 400+ pages.  We passed that number somewhere in Loyalties.

Note from Bj Jones:

As it’s been a while since this has been said I figured a reminder was in order as we start to officially post Clan War.

So listen up this will only get said once.

We do not put warnings on stories.

There’s a large blanketed warning over the full series: At one point in time we will discuss subjects that will be uncomfortable, write something offensive, showcase a large variety of sexual acts and partners, and use language appropriate for the time period.

In conclusion: Sylum Essay: Modern Sensibilities ….

Thank You.

Now enjoy the story …. cause your in for the wildest wild in the Caribbean!

Link to Sylum Archive

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10 Responses to Clan War 10th Anniversary Edition: Bonding

  1. tuckercat2 says:

    HAPPY DANCE!!!!!!

    Thank you!!!

  2. tuckercat2 says:

    WOW! Awesome story and a mystery! I enjoyed it very much. Very much the way it would have been back in Pirate days!

    Thanks!

  3. Felicia Cooper says:

    Wow! I wanted to be angry with the way you portrayed Warrick (he’s one of my favorite characters) as a total dick. How could he do what he did to Nick and not care that the others were being brutalized on his ship. But as Warrick kept telling H, he was a Pirate. When Nick turned the tables, I was glad but I hated that their Mating was so brutal. But the writing of the scenes was frank and honest and I couldn’t stop reading. I thought the story was excellent before but now? It was hypnotizing. I could put it down. You guys have only gotten better with age and I mean that in a very good way. I can’t wait to read the rest. Thank again for this fandom.

    • Felicia Cooper says:

      I just wanted to add that I know pirates were terrible, dirty and disgusting but I had to get my head around the fact that Warrick was one of those kinds of pirates. I understand but, ugh! I did read the essay so I do understand. You guys are still awesome.

    • Nicolaus Meridius says:

      Thank You! Doing these re-works we stepped back and really looked at the era these guys lived in and wrote to character. It wasn’t easy … and having Warrick tell H – such a modern man – it shows how different Pirate Warrick is from the CSI.

      And as the story progress we’ll showcase how strong Nick/Warrick are together and apart. This is a couple that have seen the worse of each other and still stand side by side and will do damage to anyone who hurts their Mate.

  4. Antoinette says:

    An excellent chapter. I agree with Tuckercat2 and think you have captured the authentic way it would have been in Pirate days.

  5. Dian says:

    Well it was partly hard to read Warrick and than Nick in this way but I think it was a great step to show what Piratery really was , not the romanticized sugarcoat Version which is shown in the films. Hard but absolute great works. Thank you

  6. Kathie says:

    I really enjoyed how you have expanded this universe and yet remained true to the original which I love so much. The Warrick/Nick parts were hard to read but true to the eras. I really love the way you have shown us more of the relationships between and among Nick, Tony and Speed. I’ve always liked that they can sometimes be separated for years or decades and yet still come together as family.

    I do miss one comment from the original that always made me smile. After H is turned, they walk into work and see their friends at the window and H says something like Those wouldn’t be our friends spying on us, would they? 🙂

    I love how much of Thomas you added since he has been a backbone to the trio for so long. And Brass. I always thought he needed a Mate. And you added more of Warren to the mix.

    I see the flailing is still in there. I think it must be someone’s favorite word. 🙂

    I can’t wait to see what will happen with Tony and Jetho’s bonding.

    One question: Is Antonio Crisafi French or Italian? I thought he was from around Turin?

    You’ve done another great job with this. I can’t imagine how enormous the whole thing will be since you are only in the early stages of what we got with the original Clan War. Thank you so much for sharing this with us.

    • Nicolaus Meridius says:

      Thank You.

      Antonio Crisafi is French/Italian. Basically his father is Italian, marries a French woman and moves into upper France. More of where Tony comes from and his family history will come out as the stories go on.

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