Table of Contents

Act 1: In Sekhmet’s Shadow

Prologue

Part 1: Debris
1.1 – Leopard
1.2 – Sabra
1.3 – Fisher
1.4 – Leopard
1.5 – Sabra
1.6 – Fisher
1.7 – Leopard
1.8 – Sabra
1.9 – Fisher
1.10 – Leopard
1.11 – Sabra
1.12 – Fisher

Source 1: IPSA Email (dated 2043)

Subject 1.1: Ironheart
Subject 1.2: Bushranger

Part 2: Convergence
2.1 – Sabra
2.2 – Leopard
2.3 – Fisher
2.4 – Sabra
2.5 – Leopard
2.6 – Fisher
2.7 – Sabra
2.8 – Leopard
2.9 – Fisher
2.10 – Sabra
2.11 – Leopard

Source 2: Court Extract (2052)

Subject 2.1: Esmer
Subject 2.2: Desi

Part 3: Accretion
3.1 – Leopard
3.2 – Sabra
3.3 – Fisher
3.4 – Leopard
3.5 – Sabra
3.6 – Fisher
3.7 – Leopard
3.8  – Sabra
3.9 – Fisher

Source 3: Subject 463 (?)

Subject 3.1: Sergeant Vega
Subject 3.2: Great Barrier

Part 4: Collision
4.1 – Fisher
4.2 – Sabra
4.3 – Leopard
4.4 – Fisher
4.5 – Sabra
4.6 – Leopard
4.7 – Fisher
4.8 – Sabra
4.9 – Leopard
4.10 – Fisher

Source 4: Dossier 9-0138474 (2061)

Subject 4.1: Ironforge
Subject 4.2: Ironforge

Part 5: Intersection
5.1 – Sabra
5.2 – Fisher
5.3 – Leopard
5.4 – Sabra
5.5 – Fisher
5.6 – Leopard
5.7 – Sabra
5.8 – Fisher
5.9 – Sabra
5.10 – Leopard

Source 5: Exarch’s Foreword (2051)

Subject 5.1: Aegis
Subject 5.2: Gate

Part 6: Cataclysm
6.1 – Fisher
6.2 – Sabra
6.3 – Leopard
6.4 – Sabra
6.5 – Fisher
6.6 – Leopard
6.7 – Sabra
6.8 – Fisher
6.9 – Leopard
6.10 – Fisher
6.11 – Sabra

Source 6: IPSA Priority Message (2044)

Subject 6.1: Anima
Subject 6.2: Ada

Part 7: Wake
7.1 – Fisher
7.2 – Sabra
7.3 – Fisher
7.4 – Sabra
7.5 – ?
7.6 – Sabra

Source 7: IPSA Overview (2061)

Subject 7.1: Santiago
Subject 7.2: Fulcrum

Part 8: Transition
8.1 – Fisher
8.2 – Sabra
8.3 – Fisher
8.4 – Leopard
8.5 – Sabra
8.6 – Leopard
8.7 – Sabra

Source 8: Neo-America Overview (2061)

Subject 8.1: Tiger
Subject 8.2: Ajax

Part 9: Revelation
9.1 – Fisher
9.2 – Sabra
9.3 – Sabra
9.4 – Fisher
9.5 – Leopard
9.6 – Sabra
9.7 – Fisher
9.8 – Fisher
9.9 – Sabra

Source 9: The Letter (2061)

Part 10: Meltdown
10.1 – Sabra
10.2 – Leopard
10.3 – Fisher
10.4 – Sabra
10.5 – Leopard
10.6 – Sabra
10.7 – Fisher
10.8 – Sabra
10.9 – Leopard
10.10 – Sabra

Part 11: Apocalypse
11.1 – Fisher
11.2 – Sabra
11.3 – Fisher
11.4 – Sabra
11.5 – Jack
11.6 – Sabra
11.7 – Fisher
11.8 – Sabra
11.9 – Jack

Epilogue

Conversations in the Interim
Conversations 1
Conversations 2
Conversations 3
Conversations 4

Act 2: In Sekhmet’s Wake

Prelude
Chapter 1
Chapter 2
Chapter 3
Chapter 4
Chapter 5
Chapter 6
Chapter 7
Chapter 8
Chapter 9
Chapter 10
Chapter 11
Chapter 12
Chapter 13
Chapter 14
Interlude 1
Chapter 15
Chapter 16
Chapter 17
Chapter 18
Chapter 19
Chapter 20
Chapter 21
Chapter 22
Chapter 23
Chapter 24
Chapter 25
Chapter 26
Chapter 27
Chapter 28
Interlude 2
Chapter 29
Chapter 30
Chapter 31
Chapter 32
Chapter 33
Chapter 34
Chapter 35
Chapter 36
Chapter 37
Chapter 38
Chapter 39
Chapter 40
Chapter 41
Interlude 3
Chapter 42
Chapter 43
Chapter 44
Chapter 45
Chapter 46
Chapter 47
Chapter 48
Chapter 49
Chapter 50
Chapter 51
Chapter 52
Chapter 53
Chapter 54
Chapter 55
Chapter 56
Crescendo
Postlude

Act 3: In Sekhmet’s Hands

Before
Chapter 1

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7 thoughts on “Table of Contents

  1. I’m really enjoying this story but one critique is the rigid point of view change between each chapter. Sabra and Fisher are fine, but honestly I have no time for Leopard and when I see his chapters they’re just a waste, especially given that all the current action is with the other two. I just don’t read his chapters at all, since his character is so unlikeable, and it’s now worse because you want to know what’s going on in the epic battle playing out with the Engineer and you get waste of space Leopard instead.
    Like I said this is a really good story, but you might want to consider how rigidly you keep sticking to changing pov characters with every chapter, especially when you’ve taken the time to build up the action and suddenly drop gears to someone not involved.

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      • Leopard is just flawed in an annoying entitled blind way. And it doesn’t help that he’s usually surrounded by equally unlikeable characters. Like you don’t have any desire to root for them in any way. Yeah characters have flaws and that can motivate them to do the wrong thing because of reasons, but Leopard’s are just not something you can get behind. Taylor Herbert in Worm, was a villain but you could understand why she made the choices she did and it made you root for her to win. You just don’t do that with Leopard. He just makes me roll my eyes and that means I have zero investment in what he is doing and just don’t even bother to click on his chapters.

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      • I like leopard the most actually. His chapters are engaging and he doesn’t fit into one of the classic hero stereotypes like Sabra and Fisher.

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      • That’s good to hear, too! There’s some stuff coming up in Part 8 (and other stuff that was supposed to be that will be shoved into Part 9 maybe) that I feel gives you a clearer picture of who Leopard is and why the way he is.

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    • I think ot’s good advice to mention perspective changes vs story flow. Very important concepts…but I do not agree Jack’s perspective is a waste.

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      • It’s definitely one of the most common critiques, if not the most common, of Not All Heroes: the flow is a bit janky in the first ten or so chapters. I’d say that’s a consequence of my strict outlining. I’ve pondered (quite frequently) as to whether I should go back and, essentially, rewrite them. But that would entail a pretty massive overhaul, and something to leave for when everything is complete.

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