I'm wondering who the Renegade is; I didn't really read the BoTC novels.
Trouble is I won't dare write a tale about that (supposed) daughter of Bearclaw. I've gathered enough hints pointing at her existence and her banishment, but there's not enough for me to write the corresponding tale.
Posts : 1422 Join date : 2012-07-14 Age : 52 Location : St-Michel/Orge - France
Subject: Re: GRIM TALES Mon May 21, 2018 7:39 pm
With the end of the Final Quest, it's now obvious Wendy chose a path TOTALLY DIFFERENT from what I expected. All the grim tales I wrote are totally irrelevant. Everything I imagined will remain imaginary. I don't even feel like like writing such tales anymore. pitypitypity, yes, but disgust, disappointment, you know... It will take me some time to recover.
I must admit that even my wildest, weirdest expectations NEVER included such a devastating soul-link between Cutter and Timmain, Cutter's death by a spider, fungamungus elves, and the like ... erm... ( I cannot find the adequate adjectives in order to qualify it all ) events and turns of that "final quest".
I just feel glad about the use of the adjective "final", before the word "quest".
Posts : 645 Join date : 2016-04-28 Age : 33 Location : Germany
Subject: Re: GRIM TALES Wed May 23, 2018 12:58 pm
Your imaginations and stories are NOT irrelevant, PC! You shouldn't quit storytelling. It's so creative and unique. <3
There are ENDLESS possibilities in Elfquest because Wendy describes her story as part of a Multiverse (many parallel universes co-existing without knowing of each other).
'Wendy writes: The Scroll of Colors is a very interesting mystical/magical device. It shows what has happened, what is happening and what will happen – but in limitless different versions, all possible. One thread of color shows things happening one way. Another thread of color plays the very same thing out in a different way. The different scenarios keep changing through the butterfly effect. And so on, ad infinitum.'
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