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Needle Gun
February 24, 2004

My goodness, do I have some quality material for your reading pleasure.

Daniel Wood gets us started with "New Era of Darkness", a story based off Square's Kingdom Hearts. I was a bit unsure that someone would be able to capture the essence of such a creative world, but Mr. Wood has done just that. Look forward to seeing this story unfold over the next few updates.

Michael Greenhut wraps this update up with "Tears of Blood", a tale that spans both Chrono Trigger and Chrono Cross. See the events unfold through the eyes of everyone's favorite scythe-wielding hero/villain.

The next update will see the continuation of "New Era of Darkness", as well as the return of Ashbear's "Crimson Lies". You know which story would go perfectly with these two stories? Yours. So get to submitting. *cracks the whip*

~ Daniel Stringer

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New Era of Darkness Daniel Wood Kingdom Hearts A new enemy threatens the world of Kingdom Hearts.
Tears of Blood Michael Greenhut Chrono Trigger A CT/CC crossover story revolving around the ever-popular Magus.


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