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Keme cursed under his breath as they navigated the last couple of turns. Thankfully the kitchen had hovercarts to use to carry all this food. Unfortunately the carts had terrible steering and he was certain they were designed for the maximum number of collisions with the wall.

"I said left.....other left!" he yelled back to Repp who was helping steer the unwieldy chain of carts from the back.


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Three posts in a row! Craziness.....


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Loving the time travel discussion. So much inspiration. And just when I'm in the middle of a time related arc too. *evil grin*

Now let's see if this post goes through. I've been having internet trouble the last couple of days and I'm really hoping that it's better enough that I can actually post game updates. Unlike last night when I swear my computer laughed at me when I tried to make a post....

Edit: Woo! First try! Presuming I don't lose connection again I should be able to post updates after dinner.


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Yuugasa wrote:
lynora wrote:

Me now.

Me a couple months ago.

The pink hair was fun, but overall I prefer the blue. And it holds up better between touch ups. :)

Oh neat! You are really pretty lynora=)

Thank you. :)

(I've been working on accepting compliments graciously instead of arguing with people when they tell me something nice. But dang those insecurities are persistent. :P)


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Me now.

Me a couple months ago.

The pink hair was fun, but overall I prefer the blue. And it holds up better between touch ups. :)


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My first post was May 2007. It was in a thread about what you wished you could be in real life...I still stand by my answer. :)

In the meantime, back in real life, spring cleaning is kicking my butt. All the dust is making my eyes itch and swell up...but this place is gonna look amazing whenever I actually finish...sometime before summer officially gets here I hope. :)


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I'm sorry Kajehase. :(


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This morning started with the toaster committing suicide. The apartment reeks of burnt plastic. >.<
I know Monday's are usually rough, but this is taking things a bit too far.


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Ardiente wrote:
Raelle del Sol wrote:
She took his hands in hers to keep them from fidgeting. "Hey, whatever it is, you can tell me," she said softly, trying to make eye contact. "We can handle it together. I seem to recall we make a pretty good team," she added with just a hint of a smile.

Ardiente allows the eye contact when she takes his hands. There's a ghost of a smile to match Raelle's at her team comment, Ardiente's heart fluttering slightly despite the tight grip of the mood on said heart. "It's... well. There's some sort of... problem, that Aunt Aananda and Arthur and Melody are working... apparently the universe is going to end if they can't fix it. I kinda thought they were playing a prank at first."

"They're... building something to try to fix it, and I thought... well, you are really good at building things, maybe you could help." Ardiente takes a deep breath and looks away for a moment, still ashen-faced. "There's more too, but we should probably go to the lab."

[blink, blink]

She stared at him for a moment, going pale as the news went from bad to worse. She was worried about what was so bad he wasn't telling her, but more concerned about the impending end of the world.
"Okay, come one," she said, taking his hand and heading towards the lab. "Professor Sunwake does not joke about the end of the world. Occasionally she complains that we have an apocalypse at least once a week, but that's not really a joke. More of an annoyed observation."
"And if saving the world depends on Arthur doing math correctly then we're all doomed."


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Yes, distant relative I don't know, getting in my personal space and telling me tearfully how much I remind you of my dead mother is totally appropriate behavior at my grandfather's funeral and doesn't make me uncomfortable at all. </sarcasm>. :(


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Lol. Oh, no, someone else got caught up in that too? :D
And no fair blaming me for Friendship is Dragons. That was totally in retaliation for the Darths & Droids link....and it worked. I'm still working my way through Friendship is Dragons. :)


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FireclawDrake wrote:
♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:
You're not who I would attribute Wesley to...

Really? Wesley can... like... see the fabric of the universe or some s&&!.

That definitely sounds like Raelle.

Plus he's an engineering genius. And the only other folks who meet that qualification are Iron Man and the Doctor. So yeah.....dang it! I did not do this on purpose!

(Confession: I always liked Wesley as a character and didn't actually find him annoying.)


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FireclawDrake wrote:

You know, in one of the earliest episodes of TNG, they introduced something similar to the arrows onboard the Enterprise. They would led you to whoever you wanted.

Of course, I don't think they ever use that functionality again, since the computer can just tell you exactly where someone is.

How much are you gonna laugh if I tell you that's where the idea for the arrows came from? Cause Ummm....that's exactly where that idea was borrowed from....


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I just sincerely used the phrase non-murdery hobbies........

Add another one to the list of phrases that get me looked at funny......


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Vriskra the shantak wrote:
Well, other shantaks probobly don't care. They're too busy pulling people into space and suffocationg them for thier amusement.

Just because they're murder-hoboes doesn't mean they can't care. They could be philosophers for all we know. I mean, they have a lot of time to think about stuff after they've suffocated one passenger and before they pick up the next. Maybe they have non-murdery hobbies too.


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Jacob Forgehand wrote:
Chara del Sol wrote:

Jacob's lunch is abruptly interrupted by a small red-headed girl with freckles and big blue eyes.

"Hi! You're new. I don't remember your name. I'm Chara. Do you like it here? I like it here. I get to play lots more than I did the last place we lived cause they have an infirmermery and you get whoosh sent straight there and they keep a blowtorch handy just for me. I'd shake your hand, but I can't, coz I'm fragile," she added, making a face. "I don't like being fragile. I want to get better so I can do stunts. On rollerskates. Well....anykind of wheels will do....or sleds.....ooh, I bet I could sled down the stairs. Just like when I did it with rollerskates but without the ramps but the sled would be like its own ramp and I bet it would be really bumpy....Want some charred cheese? Oh, wait, no, that would be bad for you. You're not a firebird. That's right. My food would make you sick. Well, never mind. There's lots of other kinds of food. And sometimes they have cookies. Chocolate chip are the best. They always remember to burn a few for me....Why aren't you eating? Isn't the food good? If you don't like what you should just say and they can help you find something else you know. The lunchladies here are really nice," she finished with all the earnestness and pent up energy of a golden retriever.

To put it bluntly, Jacob looks like he's been hit in the face with a cricket bat. No bruises or anything, but that general look you get when something just completely blindsides you.

While the perky little firebird girl is rambling, Jacob occasionally attempts to interject, but her cascade of words drowns out all of the "ah-"s and "um-"s.

When her little waterfall of words is finally over, Jacob expresses his entire feelings on the matter with one word: "Um..."

"It's okay. I can help you go ask if you feel nervous about it," she said with a cheerful smile. She seems oblivious to the idea that he could possibly be feeling overwhelmed by her. After all, she was only seven and so small for her age that she looked like a kindergartener. A small one. She couldn't possibly be intimidating.


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Lol. Well, I appreciate the snow. :)

Honestly, I came to video games late and am generally strapped for time, so I don't want to waste it on something that isn't fun. I dislike overly powerful NPCs for the same reason Elminster sucks. It's not fun having an NPC outshine you when you're supposed to be playing the hero.


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Freehold DM wrote:
Orthos wrote:
That seems like a design flaw that would become very irksome to me. If I'm going to play a character of a certain class, I don't want to be shown up by an NPC recruit. Granted nine times out of ten I probably wouldn't recruit someone of the same class as my PC (unless I just really really liked the character) because it would be an unnecessary duplication of abilities in the party, but if the game doesn't give you the option to recruit or not recruit but just adds people to your party based on the storyline I can see how that might not be an option.

this was second ed. Ability duplication was necessary to survive.

Moreover, the idea you are putting forthe here seems to be a relatively recent invention. It could all boil down to the fact that you are younger than me and have a different perspective as a result.

I think it's playstyle rather than age because you're younger than I am and I agree with Orthos here. :)


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Jacob's lunch is abruptly interrupted by a small red-headed girl with freckles and big blue eyes.
"Hi! You're new. I don't remember your name. I'm Chara. Do you like it here? I like it here. I get to play lots more than I did the last place we lived cause they have an infirmermery and you get whoosh sent straight there and they keep a blowtorch handy just for me. I'd shake your hand, but I can't, coz I'm fragile," she added, making a face. "I don't like being fragile. I want to get better so I can do stunts. On rollerskates. Well....anykind of wheels will do....or sleds.....ooh, I bet I could sled down the stairs. Just like when I did it with rollerskates but without the ramps but the sled would be like its own ramp and I bet it would be really bumpy....Want some charred cheese? Oh, wait, no, that would be bad for you. You're not a firebird. That's right. My food would make you sick. Well, never mind. There's lots of other kinds of food. And sometimes they have cookies. Chocolate chip are the best. They always remember to burn a few for me....Why aren't you eating? Isn't the food good? If you don't like what you should just say and they can help you find something else you know. The lunchladies here are really nice," she finished with all the earnestness and pent up energy of a golden retriever.


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Monkeygod wrote:

Ok, so this is the concept in a nutshell:

Won't happen for awhile mind, as the Dragon Empire isn't full on direct threat just yet

As things get crazier and nuttier with more and more threats, be they extra-dimensional or the Empire itself, Jimminy realizes mechsuits won't be enough.

Rounding up a group of the smartest, most tech oriented characters in Avalon, he presents them with his new idea:

A group of awakened constructs, who have a trio of forms; humanoid, support and battle. When a serious crisis arises, and they can't handle it on their own, they are able to merge their forms into a single, more badass creature.

Yes, people, I have come up with a way to make Combiner Transformers!!

Anybody want in on this insanity? Provided it gets approved? LOL

No. Nuh-uh. No Transformers. Not gonna happen. No Transformers, might consider Voltron, would consider Mechagodzilla if it weren't so dang inefficient compared to normal gundam designs, and would consider any alternate mecha designs inspired by Pacific Rim, no Power Rangers style mechs because they make Mechagodzilla look efficient, but most importantly no Transformers.

Look, I love Transformers as much as the next kid who grew up watching the cartoons after school, but it is its own special corner of the giant robot genre, and I don't think it works in this context. I might consider it far into the future in a very different context and most definitely one more in keeping with the source material. But this not only has disaster written all over it, it goes directly against the moral beliefs of the characters you want to use to introduce the idea. Aananda has stated repeatedly that she does not think that it's right to play God when it comes to creating sentient mechanical life. It's why the SIM rooms computer stops short of actual self awareness. In Mass Effect terms, it's a VI rather than an AI. It's an outlook that James shares. Which is why he built gundams instead of giant robots in the first place.

Edit: which is not to say that either of them is anti artificial life forms, but the thing is, once they're sentient they're people with all the rights and freedoms that implies. But their creator is still responsible for them and often can force them to act against their will, and neither of them wants to deal with that temptation. Or the personal guilt if they didn't exercise those controls and a creation of theirs went bad and hurt people. Basically it requires a lot of arrogance or a lot of ignorance or a combo of the two in their opinions to think that creating sentient mechanical life is a good idea. Obviously there are other viewpoints, but this one is pretty understandable for amethyst dragons with their beliefs in free will and such.


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I looked out the window and it was like being inside a snow globe. The snow is just light enough and slow enough that it looks like that. It's beautiful. :)


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Sorry bout that Lyn, I only got to book 2 in the second series... Thats book 4 I think

There's 5 books in each series. So that would be book 7. And I'm only teasing. My kidlet is crazy about those books and has read and reread them all several times. Which has been fun for me because I was crazy about Greek and Roman mythology when I was his age so I read and reread as much of the source material as I could, so it gave us some fun stuff to talk about. :)

Plus it has helped him get really into history. He even went as a praetorian guard for Halloween....and it wasn't easy getting him a costume either since he wanted it to be as historically accurate as possible.


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Meanwhile, Asha was driving the nurse to distraction with all of her questions as she was curious about every piece of equipment and her scans were not standard for her species, which required consultations with a doctor. And somewhere in there a frank and uncomfortable (for the nurse) conversation about certain other biological realities and the dispensing of both a bracelet with a contraceptive charm and a charcoal lollipop more as a way to get her to be quiet than a reward for being a good patient. Not that Asha knew that.


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Lord Foul II wrote:
Could I perhaps be told which one(s)?

Sorry. Spoilers. :)


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Reading through back posts as fast as I can manage it. Apologies if I'm bringing up stuff that's already been resolved, but I just have to take the opportunity to get my two cents in. :)

Re: the Logical Weaknesses discussion:

Magic has the right idea of how the Champion powers work. I think the issue here is that you're looking for the logical weakness in the wrong place. You want it to be part of the powers. But that's not how it works with Champions. Considering we've had two Champions suicide to get out of their contracts within the last couple of in-game days there is definitely something going on here. Being a Champion is not all roses and sunshine. Sometimes phenomenal cosmic power isn't worth the catch. But the catch isn't the powers. The catch is who you work for/ who you are/ how your powers affect the people around you. Ephebe's Patron has put her through hell (literally, that's where she picked up the aschen...technically she still has real estate there) and continues to make her life miserable to the point where she sometimes questions whether all this grief is even worth it. But she stays because of the influence it lets her have over her Patron (and the fact that she has more influence than some others is a plot point, btw, I don't put this stuff in by accident). Meanwhile some other Patrons appear totally benign....for now. But every Champion who has been around to see what's happened to Hope and Light is now living in dread wondering when it's going to be their turn for the crazy, waiting for the other shoe to drop so to speak. None of the Champions are all powerful. They're all mortal and quite beatable, though primarily by other Champions thanks to the teleport thing. So the thing is to exploit the logical weaknesses of both their job and their mortality, personality, etc. And of course the complex web of alliances and oppositions among the Patrons. That factors in too. Almost all of them have an equal but opposite of some fashion or another. (Three guesses who the odd man out is and the first two don't count. :P)


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Birthday going well so far. Took the kidlet to brunch (snow day here) and thankfully snow was fluffy and light so it didn't take too much work to shovel the snowdrift away from the back of the car so I could get out. :)
Now I am enjoying some tea. Got out the fine china and am using my new TARDIS teapot which is awesome.
Also got Amazon gift card (Yay, books!), itunes card (Yay, music!), and some jewelry (Yay, shinies! :P) My family really decided to spoil me this year. :D


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Birthday going well so far. School was called off on account of the snow, so I took the kidlet to brunch. I did have to shovel the car out of its parking spot, but the apartment management was kind enough to leave shovels in all of the buildings for us to use so I didn't have to go to the office to borrow a shovel like last year. And the snow was fluffy and light so it only took five minutes to deal with the snowplow drift blocking me in. Kidlet had a blast playing in the snow after we got home too. Meanwhile, I got some quiet time to myself. And I decided to get out the good china so I could enjoy some tea from my new TARDIS teapot in a really fancy cup. Add in that I also got an Amazon gift card which means a whole bunch of new books for me and it's pretty much a perfect day. :)


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Sheessuroussen wrote:
Ryleh wrote:

She snorted. "Well, I can tell you from excessive experience on the subject that loss hurts the same whether you are sixteen or six hundred. And the loss of a child is the worst of all. Children aren't supposed to die before their parents....and contrary to trite sayings time does not heal all wounds. Some pain you just learn to live around. But sometimes something brings it back and it's as fresh as it was when you first experienced it."

"And I haven't been a hatchling in a long time. It may not seem that way to you, but my elders were killed when I was very young. I had to learn quickly. I did the best I could. But it's no good trying to treat me like a child now. I'm much too independent and set in my ways for that," she said, trying to change the subject, deflect the emotions that were still simmering too near the surface.

"I suppose I shall have to clean up this mess," she sighed.

Sheess says nothing, having mistakenly said the wrong thing... it is difficult for him to be empathetic about things that he had never experienced.

he simply moves and goes to start picking up objects that had been scattered.

She put a hand on his arm. "It's alright. No sense both of us getting all cut up...it's not the first time I've ever trashed my lair," she added wryly. "I do have a cleanup system."

With that she released her psicrystal swarm from their dimensional pocket inside of her sleeve and the crystals began the process of cleaning and sorting.

"My son-in-law thinks that we need to have all of the furniture and other household items made with a make whole spell as part of them. I can't blame him. Destruction of household items does seem to be a family trait."


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This has been one of those days. Luckily it is almost over. And tomorrow might not suck as much....


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Glad you and yours are alright, Tordek.


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Ardiente wrote:
Sorchan del Sol wrote:

"First of all, nobody can give you permission to court Raelle except Raelle," he said in a carefully controlled voice. "She is her own person and doesn't need anyone else making those decisions for her."

He stood up. "But I would be remiss as a father if I did not remind you that she is only fifteen, and has just been through a difficult time. If you hurt her, it will be my duty as her father to introduce you to a world of pain. Let's not let that become necessary," he said, his expression grim and a little frightening.

Well she sure gave eager permission last ni--- DEAR FLAMES DON'T SAY THAT OUT LOUD!

Ardiente looks extremely conflicted for just a second then nods. "Yes, sir." he says seriously.

"I can't protect her from everything anyway." Ardiente says without quite realizing what he was saying. He blushes and awkwardly tries to correct himself. "Er.. not that she needs protecting. If anything I'm the one who..." He trails off again, looking to the side.

He straightens and stands respectfully before saying: "I'm gonna stop digging myself a hole and just go. Thank you, sir."

I had to clean tea off of my ipad thanks to this post because I laughed so hard at the first line. :D

Sorchan sat back down on the edge of the desk and ran his hand over his face after Ardiente had gone. Suns and stars, but it never ended. Four girls. Four. It was going to kill him before they were all grown up, that was all there was to it.


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Ardiente wrote:
Sorchan del Sol wrote:
"Hmm?" Sorchan looked up from updating his lesson plans. "Yes, of course. What's on your mind?" he asked, setting aside the grade book and sitting on the edge of his desk.

Ardiente fiddles with his hands still clasped behind his back, looking a little uncomfortable. He glances around to ensure the classroom is empty before speaking.

"Erm... sir." he begins somewhat formally, the nervous tone creeping into his voice. "I..." another pause, then the nervous firebird blurts: "I wanted to formally request permission to court your daughter."

A muscle in his jaw started to twitch and the pencil he was holding snapped in half. He took a deep breath. Got to remember he's a good kid, he told himself. Remember, Pyra will kill you if you follow your instinct to lock the girls up until they're adults and beat up anyone who dares to look at them sideways.

"First of all, nobody can give you permission to court Raelle except Raelle," he said in a carefully controlled voice. "She is her own person and doesn't need anyone else making those decisions for her."

He stood up. "But I would be remiss as a father if I did not remind you that she is only fifteen, and has just been through a difficult time. If you hurt her, it will be my duty as her father to introduce you to a world of pain. Let's not let that become necessary," he said, his expression grim and a little frightening.


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♣♠Magic♦♥ wrote:

There was one morning after band camp that I actually had to take one of my costume/ decorative canes around the house for about half an hour.

Really wish I had time to go to the gym.
I weigh much more than I would like. :/

I know that feel. I worked out near obsessively when I was your age so I could keep up with all the dancing and crap from musical theater. And even then I always weighed more than I would have liked. Unfortunately fo me I have the natural build of a hobbit. :/

But at least I can be a healthier hobbit. :P


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Last minute run to grocery store for the inevitable forgotten ingredient done.
Christmas goose is roasting in the oven.
Time for some Christmas dragon age. :)

Merry Christmas EveryFaWtL. :D


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"You know," he muttered, "it's starting to become an unpleasant pattern that the faculty supervision they send on these field trips causes more problems than they help with."

initiative 1d20 + 11 ⇒ (4) + 11 = 15
Jeran is in speedy mode and this gives a bonus on initiative and dex until he switches styles.


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Happy birthday FHDM. :)


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Damiani wrote:
Jeran Darkclaw wrote:

Jeran sighs. "I agreed to look into it, not just take his word for it. Also, her common isn't very good....hang on."

"Umm....also, while I'm talking to the girl does anyone want to double check and make sure that's really Tryko'Sam? Just saying....I don't want to get back to Avalon, find out we've been tricked, and have to come right back. Tryko'Sam heals....really fast. Why would he still be unconscious if that's really him? And if it is, what's causing the problem adjustng to this plane. I don't notice any of the rest of us having trouble, except Professor Settro a little bit, but not as dramatic. So something is definitely up."

Having said his piece, Jeran trnasforms into a large black wolf and walks over to the girl, sitting down in front of her.
::You were brought here from Avalon....from the place where Tryko'Sam brought you after he took you away from the cultists. Have you met the person in charge of this place?:: he asked telepathically, keeping his mental tone as gentle and kind as possible, not wanting o spook the girl.

Plopped on the ground, or layed down, Tryko'Sam isn't hissing smoke anymore, but his eyes are shut, he appears to catch a quick breath, then stop. It's odd, but, since picking him up in the Abyss, he really hasn't done much.

** spoiler omitted **

The Choosen One watches Jeran step forward with recognition the surprise at his transformation. Again, she appears wide eyed and surprised, but doesn't flee. Sagely though, showing yet again a low level of education or intelligence, she replies with, "Puppy!"

If Jeran WERE a mind reader, he might realize she wants to touch and pet him like a doll, or even dress him up, but thankfully, he's not.

Her actions might...

*facepaw*

::I need you to focus. Please. Do you know who is in charge here? Have you met him? There is a chance that the person in charge might be...bad. We need to find out if that is the truth or not.::


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Dragonborn3 wrote:
I'm actually surprised Jeran is so eloquent.

Definitely a case of still waters run deep. When he isn't dealing with crises and policing his fellow students he actually gets good grades. He just gets dragged into other people's problems so often you'd never know. : P


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Woo! I did it! Over 50k and I got to write the words The End!!!!!!!!!

*does happy dance*

*collapses*


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Less than two thousand words left! I am totally finishing this thing today.

After a break. My butt hurts from sitting in one place so long...


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A little less than five thousand words left to go. Now it's time for sleep. And tomorrow I get to start on the conclusion proper. Woo! The light at the end of the tunnel isn't a train after all!


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Words are hard. >.<


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New glasses = awesome. Not only are they the right prescription so no more constant squinting and eyestrain (old ones were way too powerful...suspect previous optometrist lacked a certain amount of competence) but I was finally talked into getting transitions lenses and I'm only sorry I didn't do this sooner. I can actually walk outside or into a too brightly lit store without getting a headache and can mostly not complain when my family turns on what they consider sufficient lights inside (apparently I need about half as much light as they do, sometimes less). And it even helped mitigate some of my night driving problem with the oncoming headlights being painfully blinding. Woo! :)


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So I'm working on my NaNo novel and I had a scene where the main character is trying to walk across a busy town square and is having trouble because there was a crowd around a cabbage merchant yelling at some kids for knocking his cart over....yes, that's right, I put cabbage guy into the story. I think I broke my brain. >.<


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So I'm working on my NaNo novel and I had a scene where the main character is trying to walk across a busy town square and is having trouble because there was a crowd around a cabbage merchant yelling at some kids for knocking his cart over....yes, that's right, I put cabbage guy into the story. I think I broke my brain. >.<


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Yuugasa wrote:
lynora wrote:

Current word count: 4318

Need to get to by the end of today: 6000
Times my main character has gone off script already: 3
Number of self-doubt filled panic attacks so far: 5
Internal editor is crying in the corner because it's all just so terribly terribly bad and I won't let her fix it.

So NaNo is going well so far...really....I'll just keep telling myself that anyways....

Yeah, writing is hard...

To pseudo-quote futurama; All my novels are terrible worlds full of plot holes and spelling errors.

I will now leave for no raisin...

Into the cold and butter wind?

That seems to be my new favorite typo....apparently I've been churning up the scenery too much. It's turned into butter. :/


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I'm trying out using first person perspective on the grounds that my character will be too much of an annoyance in my head if I skip pas he thinks are important.


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But don't mind me, I'm obviously a few picnics short of a sandwich....


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Yuugasa wrote:


Also, in general, Narnia is just a terrible place to try and live near.

I love that clip. :)


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Yuugasa wrote:
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I would get the inevitable comparison to one of my favorite movies, The Corpse Bride. He's not sure what's grosser about that, the dead part or the mushy romantic part. :)
The Corpse Bride. Is. AWESOME. Children who do not like it shall be flogged with a rope of black licorice, the candy so bitter it hurts. (but then again I was a fan of The Nightmare Before Christmas when I was a kid, that one didn't win me many friends, so perhaps his response is the more normal one...agreed, the flogging shall be downgraded to red licorice!)

Lol. Well, to be fair, he's in that phase right now where her think is romance is gross. :)

And no licorice floggings, I'm allergic to that crap. Which is sad because I loved black licorice. Well really anything anise flavored. But can't has because it's made with wheat flour. :(

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