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    Fantastic! As ever you thrill me with your turgid prose and so forth. You describe high magic and fantasy with a vivid air that any professional would envy.

    I wish I could play in your game. @.@
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    Ortwine surveyed the land south of her walls. Trees which had sprung over the heaped corpses of fiends; the great contusions in the ground caused when Azazel smote Irzho from the sky, and the balor had fallen like a black comet now covered with green creepers. The chasm, caused by Soneillon's final realization of nonexistence, become a deep pool to which mist clung, with an air only of deep sorrow. Nwm's hand, at work.
    I've got to admit, I am really enjoying your approach to dealing with the time gap between the previous 'chapter' and now.

    Everything old is new again. Kudos, and thank you.
    *roll* No, you don't find any traps, and in fact that big red lever over there appears to be made out of candy!

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    Had to add -- I'm also liking the "some time later" approach.

    Quote Originally Posted by Anabstercorian
    Fantastic! As ever you thrill me with your turgid prose and so forth.
    Err, turgid prose isn't usually considered a good thing...

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    Quote Originally Posted by coyote6
    Err, turgid prose isn't usually considered a good thing...
    Well, the first definition isn't too bad. I must say I had the same reaction and used dictionary.com as well. I wouldn't say *excessively* ornate. But then, I enjoyed The Worm Ouroboros by E. R. Eddison
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    Glad you're back

    I've been lurking here for over a year now, and I'm happy you've got the writing bug again. I originally found this site because a friend of mine introduced me to the Tales of Wyre, and while I love the story, it is YOUR story, so write it the way you want to, when you want to without feeling any pressure to appease anyone else. I don't care what you write, I don't care IF you write (lie!), but I'm glad to see you are writing again as long as you enjoy doing it.

    That goes for any of the excellent story authors here.

    I think I'm starting to ramble, so I'll go back to lurking now.
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    Hey Vorlon, welcome to the boards!

    Glad to see that Sep's still bringing in new blood, whether he wants to or not...
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    Yay, new update! I am happy.

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    I've said it before, but this story, about these characters, Re-re-defines the term 'EPIC'.

    Mucho kudos to Sep and his players.
    -Jackylhunter

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    I just wrote the most difficult exam I've ever had in my life. I need an update to cheer me up.

    @Roman - UBC Grad here. Hkin 2003.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Jackylhunter
    I've said it before, but this story, about these characters, Re-re-defines the term 'EPIC'.

    Mucho kudos to Sep and his players.
    Well said.

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