The Chronicles of Loth page 34 chapter 8

Friday, the 27th of January at 12:00 AM, 2012 in A Tale of Desdian
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The Chronicles of Loth page 34 chapter 8

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EFlint Friday, the 27th of January at 1:00 AM, 2012 edit delete
EFlint
Home Sweet Home, right? There was originally a statue in front of the house, but it seemed really out of place, so I omitted it. And I know what some people might be thinking, Ral’s mom looks kinda young, but she’s only like 300 something years old. One of the things I like about the Tenchi Muyo series is, like half of the characters are centuries old. I don’t know why, but I dislike stories about old vampires and such, but old aliens or robots? Fuck yeah I’ll read that! I’m just a Sci-fi guy at heart I guess, and I’m still a little sad I never got to play Spell Jammers. Not that it’s anybody’s fault, Jason.
mirlinthloth Friday, the 27th of January at 11:33 AM, 2012 edit delete
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Comments:

ComicHero Friday, the 27th of January at 9:47 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
mom seems to be a bit of a drinker tho who could blame her get raped then your daughter is sold into slavery
groovechampion Friday, the 27th of January at 10:17 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
Yeah, I suppose the "look young, am old" part is simply something rare and cool :). I like that aspect. Also have it in my scifi story too.

Looks like not even Ral's mom likes him ^^.
mirlinthloth Friday, the 27th of January at 11:31 AM, 2012 edit delete reply
mirlinthloth
We could always play rifts, Eric. It's like Spelljammers, only more crunchy and power gamey.

But yeah, there is something about eternal youth or immortality in Fantasy seems hard lined one way or the other. In sci-fi there's plenty of reasons things like that happen.
jameslwilber Monday, the 6th of February at 12:29 PM, 2012 edit delete reply
That's Spelljammer not Spelljamers. And comparing it to Rifts is like comparing pearls and swine. Anyone with a modicum of sanity would burn anything Rifts related.