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KingStaragna

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    Opera, musical theater, reading, RPing, and, of course, video games!
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    Radiant Dawn

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  1. I think I have a good idea for this! Before I start, since I’m new: how married are we to the traditional short story format? Would it be heresy to do something a little more unconventional?
  2. This made my day! I’m so happy you enjoyed it. I’m glad you thought the climax went well. I knew I wanted him to face off solo with a raven laguz just because I thought it was perfect thematically; Shinon hates laguz, he normally would have no problems with a raven thanks to his bow advantage, and if the main force was going to send anyone it would be 1, the one they least cared about and 2, the one who could get there and back quickest through a wooded area. That all made sense to me. What didn’t make sense was how to get him out of that alive. I honestly don’t think he should have lived, but killing him off would’ve gone against the prompt and the theme of the story of survival against all odds. I ended up compromising and making it essentially a draw, but it still felt like a bit of a cop out. I don’t know, what do you guys think should have happened?
  3. I’m glad you enjoyed it! I’m kind of on the same boat as you, the story could use some punching up. As to the title, it’s a reference to both the hairline fracture in the Killer Bow that kicks off the story, and how close Shinon comes to death throughout the whole ordeal. That would probably make sense, yeah... I haven’t played Path of Radiance in a while, so I set this kind of out of the timeline, since there’s no real location I can think of where this situation could have happened.
  4. Alright, this is the first real thing I've written for a while, even longer since it's fiction. Honest feedback is appreciated! Title: Hairline Fandom: Fire Emblem Path of Radiance Word Count: 1728 Author's Notes:
  5. Never done anything like this before, but I love writing and there's no excuse not to now that I'm locked in the apartment. I'll throw something in, I think.
  6. Just coming back, seems like Ena left at the same time I did. Too bad, I was having a lot of fun, too...
  7. You can still sign up. The level average is still pretty low, I'd say you'd be in the clear if you came in at level 3 or so.
  8. That's what I've been trying to get Radle to do.
  9. "Radle!" Rekia called out. "Once you're done babysitting, I need your keys to find whoever did this! They're probably in the back room!" Rekia stays put
  10. Seeing the stronghold was nearly cleaned out, Rekia remembered the purpose for which they had come in the first place; the stolen tome. Sujad had run off with a young girl in tow, meaning he had most likely made an exchange. The tome could still be here somewhere. He walked with Sidon and explained his reasoning, pointing at the door in the back that could lead to unexplored territory. Rekia to I5
  11. I don't think it'd be out of the question for Solare to have heard the commotion if you want to jump in!
  12. Since we don't know how the mission ends, I'm pretty sure there's a possibility of reinforcements coming in
  13. Rekia nodded to Abeloth as he limped by. "You fought well. We'll take it from here." He took a quick rain check. Abeloth and Asther were out of commission. Sicon is on his last limb. There was a commotion behind him. Hiero and Lowe hadn't even made it past the entrance? Oh well, they seemed capable enough. They could handle whatever was down there, and if they couldn't...well. Their party had Radle now. The man was an absolute monster to fight, and Rekia thanked the gods he had decided to switch sides. Rekia knew what he had to do. He ran up and dodged to the side of the absolute slaughter that was taking place between Radle and the fighter and knelt down. "Sicon, there's a vulnerary in my pack. Take it. Use it. I'm not letting anyone else get hurt today." The shaman, who looked to be on his last limb, looked the archer in the eye. He must be feeling the approach of death. Rekia drew an arrow from his quiver and fired it straight at him Rekia moves to G8 and attacks Shaman
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