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Explosions

Author: @Carlos Hazday
Theme: Full Moon

Countless stories have been told about the sinking of Atlantis. The island paradise first mentioned by Plato, has become a popular location in fiction and engendered countless expeditions to locate its remains. However, little has been written about the band of wolf lycan who lived there or what happened to them after the cataclysm. This is their tale.

Reader Comments:

Terry P: A very interesting telling of the Lost Atlantis Story.  As usual your excellent story telling made this all the more enjoyable.

Headstall: Interesting take on the Atlantis mystery/fable/legend, Carlos, and a good explanation for how your dolphin shifters came to be.

JeffreyL: As a fan of mythology this story really appealed to me! It is a bit of a departure for you, but your ability to tell a tale shone through.

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