Category Archives: Adventures of Maite and Kepa

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 118

A few nights later, Kepa found himself at the base of de Lancre’s tower. Kepa had wondered why they didn’t wait for a new moon, but everyone had told him that the streets were too well lit for there to be any advantage. He looked up at the moon hovering above them and noticed some […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 117

Kepa and Latxe were back at the baserri, sitting at a table with Olatz/Marina and a few other of her acolytes. To be honest, Kepa wasn’t quite sure how to think about Olatz’s followers. They seemed to blindly follow her direction, but he had to admit that their cause seemed just, at least as far […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 116

“What is this?” asked Maite. De Lancre had taken her outside of the city using one of the strange egg-pods. Maite had almost had a panic attack, sitting that closely to him inside the egg, but had fought to keep her emotions under control. It had been a relief when they arrived and the egg […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 114

Kepa stood in the small plaza shielding his gaze from the overhead sun as he looked up at the tall building towering over him. Like many of the buildings in the city, it curved in ways that were both unnatural and natural, mimicking less the rigid buildings of his own time and reminding him more […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 112

Maite turned back to de Lancre. “I don’t understand why you haven’t collected that zatia yet. Why are you still here?” “Simple, really,” said de Lancre. “I can do whatever I want in this bubble. I can live whatever life I want. I can get away with anything.” He looked over the railing at the […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 111

“What now?” asked Maite, as she finished her coffee and placed the empty cup on the table. “Well,” said de Lancre, “I thought I might show you some of the most amazing parts of the city, the parts that the average person never gets to see. The real heart.” “That does sound fascinating.” Maite stood […]

The Adventures of Maite and Kepa: Part 109

Kepa walked through the door. The inside of the large room was nondescript. It was a large circle, with a row of doors that ran its circumference. Inside the circle were various tables and chairs.It reminded Kepa of a cafeteria as much as anything. Everything was white: the walls, the tables, the chairs, even the […]