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The Princess and the Horse Lord

Bardess - 03 Oct 06 - 1:30 PM

Ch. 19: Rohirric Tales and Troubles

You are developing a set of  interesting complications that do not bode well for a conventional happily-ever-after scenario.  There is Eomer's reluctance to take Hilda at her word.  (Oh, for heaven's sake, just take the woman at her word and keep an eye on the baby just in case there's a strong family resemblance, worthy of follow up.) The enigmatic attitudes of the  elven twins are hard to understand.  What are they getting at anyway? I hope we find out soon. 

Ah, Newtonian physics, in a pre Age of Enlightenment society!  For every action there is an equal and opposite reaction?  If this holds true Lothiriel has the potential to commit an indiscretion that will outdo anything Eomer is suspected of.  I will stay tuned!

Is 'courtlier' a word?

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The Princess and the Horse Lord

oshun - 03 Oct 06 - 4:16 PM

Ch. 19: Rohirric Tales and Troubles

"Oh, for heaven's sake, just take the woman at her word and keep an eye on the baby just in case there's a strong family resemblance, worthy of follow up."

That line sounds like something my Eowyn would say--maybe I'll borrow it.

Ah, Newtonian physics, in a pre Age of Enlightenment society! 

Yes and no. It actually isn't pre-Enlightenment Europe--nor Tolkien's M.E. either (although I hope the resemblance is detailed and devoted).

Lothiriel has the potential to commit an indiscretion that will outdo anything Eomer is suspected of. 

Hey, you picked up on that! Thanks for reading and commenting.

Oshun

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