The Crossroads of the Aether
Leaving aside, of course, that each of us who is capable of producing a countenacial coif will have different opinions of what makes for success in this matter: What is the best configuration for…Continue
Posted this as a Blog post, and then noticed that it might be better here. Don't know which is more kosher... but here it is.Journal Entry- September 1st 1891Cpl. J. Foust, 1st US Airship Marines,…Continue
Salutations and Greetings! My name is Jonathan Foust and I am a fairly new member of the community here. I write a regular monthly column for ACtion Pursuit Games magazine in which I ply my mad…Continue
Sgt. Foust, US Airship Marines has not received any gifts yet
Pvt. Cantrell was at the head of the squad, and his door-kicking skills being what they are, the ornate white patio doors fell away from his heavy hobnailed boot like trees falling in a storm, the panes of wavy glass dropping from the frames as they fell like scattered leaves.
The resistance that we met when we got inside the house was nothing like we had anticipated. There in the doorway stood two figures that resembled nothing so much as a pair of…Continue
We got a chance to get a look at a little more of Cubana from the air today. A rich planter to the East of Camp Alfred had declared his refusal to trade with Americans now that we’ve come, and it was the opinion of the Secretary of the Navy that we Marines might be useful in convincing the fellow to the contrary. There was a small dirigible available to us (our heavy assault craft have all been sent to Florida for an overhaul… likely some of Captain Ciaran’s…Continue