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Killer - A TERA Short Story by [McKenna, Jessie]
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  • File Size: 638 KB
  • Simultaneous Device Usage: Unlimited
  • Publisher: En Masse Entertainment (March 19, 2012)
  • Publication Date: March 19, 2012
  • Sold by: Amazon Digital Services LLC
  • Language: English
  • ASIN: B007MSM1M8
  • Text-to-Speech: Enabled
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I had the pleasure of reading this short story just this morning and I'm happy to leave a positive review. Set in the new gaming world of TERA, this is a sweet, sad, episode in the lives of two young characters--of two enemy species--who become friends. I have a feeling that these two characters will continue to grow and mature as the world itself develops. My young daughter loved this story and identified with both the characters, which is unsurprising, since she - like the girl in the story itself - loves monsters. A nice instalment, and recommended for YA readers.
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since i'm a TERA fan , and i played the beta , i thought of giving this short story a shot .. and i'm glad i did !
the story of a two enemy species being friends caught my attention , and the dialogue between the two character made me tear up a bit .. i really didn't want the story to end. i recommend if for TERA fans everywhere !
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I went into this short story expecting it to be terrible since I bought it at the same time as the first short story released which was poorly written in my opinion. This story was leaps and bounds better. The story is pretty generic, but it's good.
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This short story provides a new perspective from one that is outcast due to his monstrous ancestors' history. I first found it extremely bizarre that a "terrible brute" of his caliber developed feelings for a little girl but soon saw their relationship as friendly rather than the former. Delightfully written with a melancholy ending.
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Yeah, this little story was intersting. Yeah, it was interesting to get a little insight of one of the enemies in TERA, their culture and beliefs. But because of some of the black-and-white natures of the game, it's difficult to see something like this happening. Pretty much the only thing that got me is when I ran into one of the characters in the game.
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