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03 September 2018 @ 08:11 pm
Grrr!  
Look here, Muse. You can't just have a battle out of nowhere without foreshadowing the potential for something like this.

Yes, I know, you're trying to make up for me scolding you about a lack of a problem to have a minimum of one try-fail sequence about until the climactic battle wraps it up. Just jumping to that battle doesn't fix the problem. It would be better to just have the whole story about Rael researching the magical communities under cover of checking on Xen.

Okay. Enough arguing with my subconscious. Maybe I ought to just push the button on _The Boy_ so I can safely say I've accomplished something today.
 
 
 
(Anonymous) on September 4th, 2018 05:24 am (UTC)
ok so its a holiday
So what are the equivalent holidays among the dimensions so far? Oners probably have a fairly uniform holiday schedule based on the culture that conquered everyone else. What's left for Warmonger Earth after all these years? Is there anything left on Cometfall that's uniform, or is it all based on "the King's birthday" or something. (or is it just the date when everyone dances in the fields to get a good crop?) Presuming lots of stuff gets left in the dust of the various comets, but on the other hand there are the old gods that might still remember a holiday or two.

Any conflicts between equivalent holidays on different dimensions? Wanna define something for the Cyborgs or Elves?

What does "Labor Day" mean on Cometfall when there aren't any real concepts of "Unions" (or at least, no cannon evidence....)

Have I poked at this enough yet?

Darqref
matapampamuphoff on September 4th, 2018 02:03 pm (UTC)
Re: ok so its a holiday
Comet Fall has a Winter holiday on the Solstice, and probably something to do with the Founding of the Kingdom. Maybe the Spear's and Crown's birthdays.

Earth probably celebrates _everything_. It's a wonder they get any work done at all.

The Empire of the One celebrates The Arrival (see the reenactments in EotO)the devote Muslims have Ramadan. And then everyone turns out for the Eid. Christian holidays are somewhat subdued, not decorating streets or buying everything in sight, but Christmas and Easter are definitely there.