The Dance: 3He was going to Fort Hendrix to find Teddy Harper. He pulled into the jail parking lot at 10 AM. It had taken him 3 hours to get there. He got to the door and was buzzed in. He walked into the office where a guard greeted him. "How can I help you son?"More Like This
"I'm here to see Teddy Harper." The guard looked him over.
"Who are you kid?" Blake got nervous as the guard came round the desk and looked at him.
Blake had to lie, it was the only thing he could do. "My name is Hex Harper. I'm his son."
The guard looked him over again. "So you're the kid he had 18 years ago. All he does is talk about you and say how he wishes he could meet you. Come on I'll take you to a private room and you can meet him." Blake nodded his thanks. The guard led him to a room with no windows and a table in the center. "Have a seat, I'll bring Teddy right in."
Blake sat and tapped his foot nervously. He looked up as the door opened and a man who looked just like Hex walked in. "My son, you've grown so much."
The Chain's in the MailBy day, he sells computers at the campus bookstore and majors in medieval history.More Like This
By night, he makes his own battle armor, draws concept art for electronic games and engages in live-action role-play with replica swords.
He's not the hero of some graphic novel, though. He's Metro student Andrew Eckert.
Ever since his father regaled him with tales of German history and medieval swordplay, Andrew has been obsessed with learning about his roots. He comes from a long line of historians and can even trace his lineage back to German King and Holy Roman Emperor Frederick I Barbarossa, who fought in the Second and Third Crusades and died in the Fourth.
Andrew's high school friend Brendon Baker got him into the more practicaland funside of history during their freshman year at Rangeview High School by teaching him how to make chain mail. Brendon was a math geek who sported a red Afro and was involved with the Society for Creative Anachronism, which allows people to re-create life in