Chapter 30 – Voyage on the High Seas (Part 1)

Editors: genericIntent
Author’s notes: This chapter came out relatively quick! Well, it is more like the last chapter came out a little late. You can most likely expect this to happen again if one chapter comes out a little later than usual. (The following chapter to be released a little quicker). Also, Volume 1 will be getting a professional edit in December which will be good! Hopefully more people will read on after chapter 1 when the grammar gets updated! ^.^
As another full chapter release. It is greatly appreciated if you can show your support to take a minute of your time to follow the link and vote for End Online at TopWebFiction.com! Votes are reset weekly so even if you have voted before, please do so again! ^.^
There is no new chapter plan on my Patreon page for this chapter. That is because this chapter and the next is included in the same plan. Therefore, it will be released with chapter 31.
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-Lost-

I stare up at CaptainGordon’s ship, the ‘Bastion’, and struggle to find any kind words to describe the vessel. The weight of the metal hanging on the ship causes it to sit incredibly low in the water, so much so that I feel like the ship will sink at any moment. While modern day ships are made out of metal, they are all specially engineered. The metals used to construct them they are made from are special alloys as well, not simply cast iron and the like.

Despite the iron panels randomly attached to the side of the hull, I have to admit that the black cast iron railing and other architectural décor does have visual appeal. I look over at CaptainGordon, and he is looking back at the rest of us with shining eyes. He appears to be waiting for us to sing praises about his ship. A quick glance at the others reveals they have all pursed their lips in dissatisfaction.

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Chapter 29 – Escape from Swordbreak!

Editors: genericIntent, Scott
Author’s notes: I would first like to give a big round of applause and thank you all for helping this site break through the 700k view mark the other day, that was quite exciting for me. On to the second and most important piece of news, which will considerably effect End Online future releases. I am leaving my current job (in about 5 weeks from making this post) to focus on being an author full time. As such, I am sure that the writing stage of chapters will be completed much faster than normal. Probably writing and planning at least 1 chapter a week. I hope that you can all continue to support End Online and myself in my endeavours. Also, the editing speed of each chapter is still up to the editors and how much time on their hands. ^.^
I will be updating chapter 28 with a few edits that Scott made later tonight. For any of you that wish to re read the chapter once the final edit is updated, keep an eye out for when the editors section is updated with Scott’s name, then you will know that all changes have been applied.
As another full chapter release. It is greatly appreciated if you can show your support to take a minute of your time to follow the link and vote for End Online at TopWebFiction.com! Votes are reset weekly so even if you have voted before, please do so again! ^.^
You can now view the original plan for chapter 29 on my Patreon page along with my explanations of the plan and thoughts. I will warn you now though, there are potential spoilers hidden there ^.^
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-Lost-

The evening grows dark and night falls on the world. Footsteps and shouts echo in from the open doorway of the ‘Honey Tree Inn’ as players try to find their way through the crowd or hawk goods. I see the light from glowing torches in the room flicker as another handful of players enter the inn.

“Lost, Lost!” I am brought back to attention by Mason’s shout. “I was just asking, where should we set off to next?”

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