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Durc by PeterLion
  • Recommended by Capt Equinox
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: A story of Durc's childhood and coming of age. With Grev, Borg and a few others, Durc figures out his own path, while Goov struggles to fill Creb's place as mog-ur. Broud is a great hunter but a terrible leader. The older men begin to subtly "manage" him. Vorn takes the leadership after Broud is too badly injured to hunt; Goov discovers that Brac has an unusual Astral Projection ability, and the Clan's relationship with the Others improves, somewhat. This one comes off pretty plausible as well. There is a brief sequel, "The Durkenai of the Sacred Valley."

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Broud's Destiny by Stephanie 625
  • Recommended by Capt Equinox
  • Status: Complete
  • Synopsis: After Ayla leaves the Clan, Broud tries to be a good leader. While preparing to search for a new cave, the Clan is attacked by a rampaging gang of Others who kill "flatheads" for kicks. Brun, and Broud's mate Oga, are both killed. Broud takes his best hunters to avenge their deaths, but his men are killed and he's grievously injured. A young Others widow who knows a little medicine, and a bit about the "old ones", helps him and is subsequently outcast. Kiani's appearancenote  and disposition, completely different from Ayla's, are strangely attractive; Broud decides to take her for a mate. More plausible than it sounds, Broud learns a lot about himself in this one. The premise is that Broud's impulsive wildness can be an adaptive trait, and as he becomes more mature and steady he can guide the Clan to a path of survival even as the time of the Others approaches.

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