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September 29th, 2017
Joan's come so far from the girl she was, gosh. I should go back to the beginning for a reread....
September 29th, 2017
The plot thickens!
September 20th, 2017
Shock's a helluva drug. Poor Chip.
September 14th, 2017
I did Dagorhir in college, and I am WITH you on the stupidity of training with a real sword. I don't do it anymore, but fully committing to that attack is a scary thing to learn, but once you get it, it never goes away, I think.
September 6th, 2017
@MoonByte: IKR? The reveal's going to be SO good.
September 3rd, 2017
Considering the fact that Joan is p OP herself, her blade doesn't need to be. I'm gonna say that at least PART of the reason for giving this to Joan is to reassure her, but that can't be the biggest reason, because that COULD be deadly in Joan's hands, and a serious threat to most Solifidians she might encounter. I can't wait to see this particular Chekov's gun go off.
That is some right nifty animation, but also *gasps!* Oh noes! I can't wait to see if it has an effect on the rest of Drake, or if it's just his hand. Either way, this is going to cause him Problems with a capital P.
Awww, sleepy Drake is sleepy~! And I like this particular tale, it's nice! It should get some interesting powers now that Joan knows how it came into existence.
August 22nd, 2017
@Purpleflowergirl: NOT in his stomach, that's for DAMNED sure! XDD
*noddles* I figured it was something like that. Welcome back, BTW. I'm glad life is settling down for you. That's a really nice sword, and it is about time Joan learned how to use a weapon, just because it's good to have some form of self-defense that doesn't rely on the gods. The gods are nifty, but you don't need a fireball to kill a roach, even if you might WANT one.
Poor nervous bab. I hope he's okay with all this. And i'm looking forward to Mister Vendor, haha.
May 24th, 2017
@Charlotte057: BEYOND so dead already.
Welp, I called it on the "not liking halfies" part, but was wrong about everything else. Whoops. I keep forgetting Drake is really powerful, but purely by dint of being one of the last dragons left.

But I wonder if "Mina thinks" Drake's position is tied to his honor mean it's really not, if Drake just agreed to the breakup for her sake and not because he gave a damn about being on the council.

If his position on the council really DID matter to him, then it sort of begs the question of why. Drake doesn't seem fond of being a leader, but maybe he's just annoyed by our other main characters. Questions, questions...

@daidaishar: The book is called The Stepsister Scheme and is part of a trilogy. THe next two books after it are The Mermaid's Madness and Red Hood's Revenge. I don't PARTICULARLY recommend the series, but a friend got me into it because it features a POC lesbian. I was disappointed with the POC lesbian, but the world-building's not bad.
I still don't get what's creepy about those doors. I think they're really cool-looking, and I'd totally want a better look at every one. Maybe not the shadowy-hair one, but all the others, definitely.
April 19th, 2017
OMG you guys, it's not like he's SLIMY! XDD
@MoonByte: I'd watch it!
March 8th, 2017
I can't wait to find out what the forest looks like in second sight. Terrifying, if his response is anything to go by.
March 1st, 2017
February 4th, 2017
@Onasaki: That sounds about right. He'd be right about it, but I can see why it might cause a rift. Personally, I think this is going to be more an issue of how their personalities changed under the pressure of their political positions. Also, Drake is, ostensibly, a lower-ranked dragon, while Mina is a very high-ranked vampire. Add into that the issue where more magical beings, like dragons, tend to look down on halfy-type creatures like vampires, it had to all be a mess.

@daidaishar: I know the story where Cinderella gets a glass sword. Intriguingly, neither implication you're thinking of happened. It was just a magical sword that happened to be made of glass, and made the sorts of wounds a normal sword was. Sleeping Beauty was a badass, though.