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The Libertine - An idea for a novel


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Qadira

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I spotted a Lass from the Comicon sporting a captain america dress - and thought Blue Petticoat and red and white corset would be ideal for a more captain america in the American revolution look.

So What do you think of the Idea?

The Libertine

Cassidy walked out of the explosion of the tavern, where she had not an hour before danced drunkenly on tables for the pleasure of the patrons, with a pistol in one hand and the iron shield of the old suit of knight's armor that had stood as a valued prize by the door and pointed the first of her pair of dragoon pistols at her foe - her blue petticoat and red and white striped corset now little more than rags. The smoke powder erupted and burned propelling the shot into the red masked rider leading the pack of hessian terrorists that had just detonated a dozen bombs across the community of Trenton to flush her out of hiding...
Her foe snarled with fury and she could see the words form on his angry lips: "Kill that b$%%*!"

Cassidy smiled and dropped the first pistol - spent of its virility - on a short cord preventing its loss and raised the second to fire as black horsemen charged at her. The second Pistol exploded catching the closest rider and dropped - the horse harness snagging her freed hand and she was pulled up into the saddle with a meat-shield behind her and an iron shield between them as it slung loosely like an archers quiver across her back.
The Red Mask Screamed at her escape discharging a pistol at her horse and dropping the beast.


The only downside I could see for the name, being based off a Captain America archetype, is that libertine could also mean something else entirely. But if it means naughty "good-girl art" styled covers for your character, then I'm all for it.

Qadira

Morally uninhibited Libertine - well she could just as well be that - after all it isn't her own morals by which she is measured - it is the moral limits of others.

If my Morals require a belief that everyone have a seat in parliament and anyone opposed to that needs to be exterminated - then I might be seen as a libertine - so a Captain America who opposes democracy of the many by the few because he/she believes in absolute freedom and equality.

Thats the Captain America you want for the Libertine.

Qadira

Morally uninhibited Libertine - well she could just as well be that - after all it isn't her own morals by which she is measured - it is the moral limits of others.

If my Morals require a belief that everyone have a seat in parliament and anyone opposed to that needs to be exterminated - then I might be seen as a libertine - so a Captain America who opposes democracy of the many by the few because he/she believes in absolute freedom and equality.

That's the Captain America you want for the Libertine.

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