The Gathering Storm

Albion’s mighty neighbor is poised on the brink of civil war, but the only thing worse for Albion than Glasonland imploding would be for Glasonland not to implode.

This storyline is now complete, although Glasonland will continue to play a role in Albion’s story.

First, though, a little bit of background for you all, so you know what these “Glasonland” and “Reme” places are:

The Origins of Albion

Now, the story!

Freshman Orientation

A Diplomatic Mission?

With a Little Help from my Friends

Girls’ Night

Distant Thunder

Bad News Bears

Strong Fences

Filling the Chair

And Your Young Women Will Have Visions

Home Again, Home Again, Jiggity Jig

Much Easier to Become a Father than to Be One

To Keep Fear’s Watchful Place at the Heart’s Controls

I Want So Much More Than They’ve Got Planned

The Only Game Where the Best Players Sit on the Bench

The Hungry and the Hunted

A Cousin in Need

Mostly a Question of Dates

A Slender Thread

Whose Beloved Son She Wasn’t

Honesty is the Best Policy

In Order to Become the Master

Subtle and Quick to Anger

My Good Gossips

An Honest Man Sent to Lie Abroad

Stars Indeed, and Sometimes Falling Ones

Despotism Justifies the Means

Handling a Porcupine Without Disturbing the Quills

I Sense There’s Something in the Wind

The Spark Hits the Powder Keg

First Comes Love, Then Comes Marriage …

Shelter from Storms

Under the Surface, Behind the Scenes

What I Really, Really Want

Until It’s Gone

Wrath of Grapes

Most Foul

Evil Counsel

Anticipation of Consequences

Should Auld Acquaintance Be Forgot?

Be All My Sins Remembered

The Caliber of People Who Choose to Follow You

Not Absurd to Serve By Words

Who’s That That Bears the Sceptre?


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