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Endeavour's Fall

by J.O. Evans

Endeavour’s Fall is a fast-paced steampunk adventure set in a world of airship battles, intrigue, and revolution.

Mar 12, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #17: Grounded

        Despite the difficulties facing the Conventions of Hague and Geneva, a few rules have been settled. For instance, military barracks and equipment are usually not situated in the middle of cities. In return, civilian areas in cities are not typically considered military targets. Of course, factories remain open game, mostly because […]

Mar 5, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #16: Battle of the Bay

      As the giants advanced upon the war party, the god of the west wind, who was lying in wait for them, swooped down upon the giants, so that they were hurled over the edge of the gulf, far down into the dark abyss below, where they perished miserably. -The Stone Giants, Haudenosaunee […]

Feb 27, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #15: Impasse

      People like us don’t go out at night cause people like them see us for what we are -Charles Dickens, Oliver Twist Jack looked back and forth between Jones, and Adams and Sam. Watching out for younger airmen had gotten him into a scrape or two before, but he’d always avoided trouble […]

Feb 19, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #14: Night Watch

      A man may imagine things that are false, but he can only understand things that are true, for if the things be false, the apprehension of them is not understanding. -Lord Isaac Newton, PBUH Sam froze, because he couldn’t do anything else, even if he had wanted to. Jones, who wore his […]

Feb 12, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #13: The Bridge

      Paris is worth its Mass. -Emperor Henry XII Earlier that evening, while Sam was still winding rope high in the rigging, Boulanger entered the airship’s bridge. Lockhart looked up from his charts. “Anything to report?” “Everything is ship-shape, Captain. Here, let me get you some light.” “Yes, the sun seems to have […]

Feb 5, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #12: Moonlighting

      A Vulgar Mechanick can practice what he has been taught or seen done, but if he is in an error he knows not how to find it out and correct it, and if you put him out of his road he is at a stand. Whereas he that is able to reason […]

Jan 31, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #11: First Impressions

      The power of ‘impressing’ crew into the Royal Airship Navy, ever to be reprobated, except in cases of emergency, is, nevertheless, of ancient and long-continued exercise, and its legality has been repeatedly recognized… -Sir William Blackstone On a clear day off the coast of New England, Adams struggled to read a letter […]

Jan 23, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #10: Bear That Runs Along The Eastern Gate

      When a flash of lightning is seen, and a loud crash is heard, they say, “That is the boy [the Son of Heno the Thunder God]! He is trying to hit the earth children with a fire stone. He remembers how they struck him, a long time ago.” -Why Lightning Sometimes Strikes, […]

Jan 15, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #9: Dismemberment

      TO allow a Witch to live I’ll ne’er conspire! Unholy subjects suit my feeble lays: O howl, foul Joan, I’ll tune the Lyre, Who did, they say, Evils in her days! She betrayed her King to invading Bands, And soon the hope of France disappointed; The Lily withered in her cursed hands, […]

Jan 8, 2017

Endeavour’s Fall #8: Shanghaied and Higher

      I can calculate the motion of heavenly bodies, but not the madness of people. -Lord Isaac Newton, PBUH “Hey Jack. My name is Sam.” Jack looked him up and down. Uncomfortable, Sam said: “I’m looking for a doctor. He lives over on Arbor Hill. Do you know where that is?” “Oh, a […]