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What if? Part 4


Everyday Life:

The first night was really difficult for Pyrrha, on one hand because she really had no idea how to behave as a woman and on the other because she did not know how to hide her obviously male genitalia undressing. In addition there were the little girls, who continuously slept in one or the others arms after the initial “camp” of Amazons. Even my mother had taken to joining us some days, enjoying the familiar proximity of little girls cuddling up into ones arms. Little Helen and Kassandra were practically inseparable at night. I took Pyrrha aside early and informed her about what was going on and the reasons for it. I made it clear that I was aware of her predicament and willing to help. I told her to go to the bath house before bed time and come back changed. I also arranged for her to sleep near me, in case she had a nightmare. All in all she was much more subdued than I had expected.

What if? Part 3


Troy:

It was only a little more than a week from there to Troy and even though the Centaurs had left us after the fight we did not encounter another pirate, mercenary or Greek for that matter. What had happened that night seemed to run before us like a warning: Don't mess with these women.

What If? Part 2


Into the void

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In the morning of the possibly fatal day I said farewell to Circe with a lot of tears. I was tearing up so easily these days! But I knew I had to let go of her and everything here if I wanted to be able to come back and stay. As with my trip to Hel all I had to do was to imagine myself to travel to the place, where Demedea was going to give birth to a daughter of Lykomedes. Aphrodite had described the court of Lykomedes on Skyros to me in great detail, so I was able to picture the place in my mind. As soon as the picture was complete I disappeared, but I did not appear right away in the womb of Demedea. Instead I found myself in a void. No light, no sound, nothing. It was disconcerting to say the least.

What If? Part 1

What If …?

A story of heartache and pain, sins, misadventures, curses, a gods wrath and finally redemption.

What if even an ordinary mortal could alter history? There are so many theories as to what time is and what it would mean, if you could alter history and perhaps create an alternative time line in a parallel universe by that.

Well, being interested in Astrology and a technician I have always rejected such theories, just until I woke up in HER bed and found myself changed …

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