@phantomshell: You're right. He's not worth helping anyway.
Ooh! There's a hospital waiting room joke just waiting to be made!
Maaaan, I dont know what happened after you left CV but you went and found some damn writing magic.
This is serious now. I want you to know something. If you ever bail on CV again I am without question going to high-jack your entire style. Try to at least. For though you got smoke.
@hawkshade: With aliases I like alliteration a lot, "S" words especially. I often alliterate in posts too. If it's good enough for Poe it's good enough for me lol
As far as that dynamic goes it could lead to a whole series of events to say the least lol We will see what happens in Gothic soon
@hawkshade: There's a part of me that's surprised I can maintain any semblance of a character voice, with as many different characters I'm writing. [It's gotten to about one different character in each interaction--partly because of how big The Purge is; I didn't feel comfortable starting anything new with anyone who's presently involved, because there's no telling how things change after this.] I'm still not entirely certain what all I'm apparently doing right/different but, well, I've been there pretty much every time I've earned your glowing praise.
@walter_hughes: I think part of it is how you stay committed to your vision of the character. I love that. I can always feel it when someone is doing it and I love it. It creates character driven (as opposed to plot driven) stories which I generally enjoy.
then the next real threat to the city's criminal underworld was the well dressed titan standing here before him, now.
A man of unlimited vision. Unlimited resources. And no doubt secret and shady political confederacies.
I liked this part. It felt good.
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