The start of this story arc said it was long before humans…
Today’s would explain why Lord Snagglepuss, er, Lord Baddun is half hoomin.
“The start of this story arc said it was long before humans…”
Time travel. Dun dun duuun!
Actually, it says before the RISE of man, which means before man became the dominant life form.
Sounds good, but let’s wave a flag around just in case. HEY, KEVIN! Potential continuity problem here?!
Hey gang, your comments and questions are great. I love all the discussion. So yes, I began this arc talking about the RISE of man. Humans are down there, just not ready to tame the dragons like we’ve seen in LoB. So the fact that a human sorceress has not only fooled the council, but loved a dragon is almost unimaginable and horrific to the stately council. Props to Zypher for remembering the RISE part.
You’re right, KEVIN, I couldn’t remotely imagine that and I find the very idea of such bestiality, magic-founded or not… well, if I go on I’ll take on the traits of MY fictional protagonist and not mince words about it…
That said, it makes for a stunning plot twist.
I’m confuzzzzzzzed. *flits around and pours beer*
a whiz-bang idea, pixie. i dry as dust.
who’s idea was it to give free == salted pretzels, salted nuts and salted popcorn. just leave the keg. boy am i thirsty.
I thought it was “long before Kohr?”
gadzooks. i was first to comment, and it has gotten deleted. censorship!
hark, my error. seems as if someone sneaked a new GNOME SYSTICATE. o well.
See, I TOLD you that a dragon with human attributes was always trouble. I just couldn’t have guessed what kind.
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