Category Archives: steampunk

  1. Steampunk Fair in Troy NY

    14 September, 2015 by katelaity

    I just found out about this yesterday, but I’m looking forward to finding out more. At the very least I …
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  2. Airships & Alchemy 14.3 – Dramatic and Foolhardy

    26 October, 2014 by katelaity

    Everyone laughed. Eduardo couldn’t tell whether to be pleased by their mirth, but he chose to think it was in …
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  3. Airships and Alchemy 12.3 – Lintons Aloft


    1 December, 2013 by katelaity

    In the meantime, the brothers meant to be aloft as soon as humanly possible. They swiftly put away the toolbox …
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  4. 10.9 Meeting at Last

    19 May, 2013 by katelaity

    Such a hullabaloo! All around them the crowd muttered its excitement—and a little bit of alarm, too, for those close …
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  5. 10.1 The Elixir

    24 February, 2013 by katelaity

    “Signor Maggiormente! Signor Maggiormente!” The voice of Mme. Gabor echoed up the stairwell, evidently full of some kind of excitement. …
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  6. 9.6 French Affection

    20 January, 2013 by katelaity

    “We have to fix our dreams on the farthest possible horizon,” Helen said with sudden seriousness as she warmed to …
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  7. News for the New Year

    6 January, 2013 by katelaity

    The first news of course is that new episodes will be returning! I’m sure you’ve been too busy over the …
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  8. Happy Holidays

    23 December, 2012 by katelaity

    Helen, her father, Maggiormente and Eduoardo will return after the first of the year. Enjoy the season however you celebrate …
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  9. 9.5 Groundbreaking

    16 December, 2012 by katelaity

    Tuppence clearly enjoyed being the center of attention as she balanced on Helen’s arm. She stretched out her wings to …
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  10. 9.4 The Elegance of a Raven

    2 December, 2012 by katelaity

    Helen looked over at Mme. Belcoeur with surprise. “Rivalry? With whom?” “Why the other English airship, naturalmente,” the woman said, …
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