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Seven Days of Summer 2017: Day 3

Seven Days of Summer 2017: Day 3

Title: Running Ahead Of The Storm
Fandom: Sylum Universe: Medjai, Sylum, Camelot, Ghost and Darkness, and Tallikut Clans Hidalgo, Legends of the Fall, The Mummy, Historical Figures,
Characters/Pairings: Tristan Ludlow/Anasazi (Frank Hopkins); Liefr Nordman; Randolph
Rating: PG
Summary: In a world that gets a little smaller with every leap in technology, it seems insurmountable when Fate dictates that two men are destined to meet.
Disclaimer: Except for the work noted as being originally mine, all works of fiction and characters thereof belong to their original creators/studios/producers/publishers. No money is being earned, and they are used without permission. I apologize for any typos I missed.
Artist: Taibhrigh
Author’s Note: A big huggy Thank You! to The General for all the help … We won’t talk about the Bunnies that were launched with afterburners on full. LOL

The names of the full moons are taken from American Indian Moons. As someone who has the greatest respect for indigenous traditions around the world, and as a practioner of some of those traditions … I have taken a teeny bit of poetic license with the legend of the Ancient Puebloans that built the cliff dwellings in the Four Corners area of the southwest United States as they ‘may’ pertain to Anasazi (Frank Hopkins).


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  1. Dian1988

    Great Story. I liked it very much. Thank you for your hard work .It was a great view in the live of different clan members during a time which is not often shown in Sylum world and interesting main characters.

  2. Kathie

    This was a great pleasure to read. So glad you shared this. Nice to get to know other Vampires and Clans occasionally. And these two make a great pair. I’ve always liked that movie. I always like when so many things get explained when you know the Secret. Thanks again for this.

  3. Antoinette

    I agree with Katie about seeing other Vampires and Clans. It’s a reminder of how big the world is and the diversity of the Clans as well. I like how familiar characters are secondary characters adding a depth. I enjoyed your Circles story showcasing Oceania Clan.

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