December 2 - 23 obstinate oliphaunts

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Today's writing "mathom" is: twenty-three obstinate oliphaunts *** Write whatever you feel like – a drabble, a poem or a short story.
 

 

Chapter List

Ch# Title Words Com. Updated
1 Equally Obstinate - by Gwynnyd 108 0 03 Dec 05
2 Dec 2: twenty-three obstinate oliphaunts 114 0 04 Dec 05
3 Noise - RiverOtter 16 0 31 Dec 05
4 23 Obstinate Oliphaunts - by Stefania 571 0 15 Dec 05
5 To War by Aranel Took 97 0 18 Dec 05
6 Twenty-three Obstinate Oliphants - by Dean Maia of Este 171 0 21 Dec 05
7 Henneth Annûn - by Agape4Gondor 173 0 10 Jan 06
Appx. Word Count 1,250 0  
 

 

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Story Information

Author: HASA Workshop

Status: General

Completion: Ongoing Serial

Era: Multi-Age

Genre: Other

Rating: General

Last Updated: 01/10/06

Original Post: 12/03/05

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Yule Mathoms 2005 Collected - 24 stories - Owner: Yule Mathoms Challenge 2005
Thanks to Juno-Magic and Aranel Took, HASA members were presented with 24 cues to use to create presents of stories, drabbles, and poems for the Yule season in 2005. Many members contributed many wonderful "mathoms" for you to enjoy. Find them all collected here.
Included because: The second mathom.

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