And pay no attention to the warnings of this abomination of a collab that I'm cooking with BB and company; RPGuild's character limit shall most likely shelter your eyes from the full extent of its wrath!
Originally the current one, Tsoti, was supposed to be longer. I will add a break to it, deal with a few plot threads earlier, and do a little summary post that sets up the ground for the next part (which is the second to last to where I want to end these posts) I will ping Slime and Fretz and whoever else wants a pick up point when I make it.
@Double Capybara I am following. My issue is that I get to reading posts long after they have been posted, so I am not yet caught up on the last three pages or so. This means that I tend to lose track of where the plot was at and have to go back and at the very least read summaries or skim posts I've read before, so a refresher would be good anyway.
>Dwarves, get defeated and scattered by some weird elemental spirits. >Also dwarves, 'there never were and never had been any gods. There were no spirits, there was no such thing as an afterlife. No religion, only dreamlike lies that they had been too entranced to ever see before. The mortal imperative of slowly awakening their brethren and showing them the truth was a heavy weight upon their shoulders.'
It seems like it was yesterday, but it has already been three years since the first Fibeslay post (which kinda is the first Mesathalassa plot). Just notice today was the exact birthday after searching for info for a collab.
Would a flexibilization of the rules on the word limit for prestige gain be possible? I had planned a lot of my posts and prestige usage with a lot of breaks, but doing that now would be me multi-posting very hard. If prestige didn't stop being awarded after a certain word limit, that would help my life.
Last Tsoti is out and I will be honest, I got tired of writing this bit. I had lost the voice of the characters, it was stagnating, and I had no idea how to write the intricacies of the moment. I still liked it a lot, but overall, it was not what I had imagined, so I glossed over some bits to get it going, closure to certain plots will be given later.
There are still two more chapters of Mesathalassa history to go through, so let's hope I can do even better on the next one.
Oh, and as I mentioned, there will be an overall summary of everything relevant before I start to write the next one, making it a good jump in point if anyone missed the start of everything and the last two chapters.