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A Bit of Rope

ziggy - 07 Oct 11 - 2:03 PM

Ch. 59: Unexpected Visitors

Oh- as I read the last line i realised who Iaurel is! I love you for that!!(If I am right though and I am sure I am. It's the strangeness of him, and the absolute protectiveness, suggesting eh doesnt know what humour is in this regard. I love you for that xx)

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Aiwendiel - 08 Oct 11 - 7:08 AM

Ch. 59: Unexpected Visitors

Ah, zig, faithful reader! I think you are right -- you know! And that means you've also guessed the friend waiting... but I hope to continue to surprise, nonetheless... I plan to continue my usual tactic of using the Professor's template, twisting it around and injecting a bit more realism, while hopefully preserving some magic... And I have to ponder one or two 'threads' I have lost hold of and figure out how to bring them back in as this long tale concludes. Thanks for your thoughtful comments, and for being able to notice the differnce between an upper case "I" and a lower case "L" -- frustrates the hell out of me...

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Larner - 31 May 12 - 6:50 AM

Ch. 59: Unexpected Visitors

Quite the twist.  A former orc who had originally been an Elf stolen from the earliest to waken by the Waters of Beginning, perhaps?

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