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Reaping Stone
February 16, 2004

I hope you all had a good Valentine's Day. I know I did, albeit an expensive one.

Today we have two excellent fics for you to read. The first one is "Lighting the Way To Tomorrow," a fic based on a game that doesn't get anywhere near the amount of love from the fan fiction community it should, Legend of Mana. If you played that magnificent game, you'll most likely recall the basis of this story.

The other fic is "The Fall of Reno", a story about the popular Turk from Final Fantasy VII. I rarely accept fics from this game anymore, mainly because most of them are garbage. Not this one. This story has restored my faith in the game. If all FFVII stories were this good, then my job would be much more pleasant.

Now then, back to longing for the new Harvest Moon. Help me pass the time by sending me some fics. The queue is almost bare.

~ Daniel Stringer

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