MISC: The Girl Who Saved the World Part 25

Drew Perron pwerdna at gmail.com
Sat Mar 19 21:25:48 PDT 2016

On 1/23/2016 3:30 PM, George Phillies wrote:
> Now, the unholy trio are from Alt.Er.Net Nit.I.verse  they were meant as
> a tribute to all and sundry.

Heeheehee. And thank you very much, sir. <3

> “Rolf,” she answered, her use of the first name reminding her audience
> of the ill-kept secret that she was also Lindgren’s mistress, or perhaps
> the other way around

I love relationships with complex power structures. <3

> Let me, however,
> note that the broadcast video of my conversation with the Bearer does
> not completely agree with what I remember her saying.

Interesting. An effect of Atlantis?

> Perhaps I should also be bothered that she did not give the Martyr
> her private persona name. The Copper Book says that that is a
> requirement for being given the Namestone. Somehow she managed to dodge
> answering his question.”

Ooooooh. o.o Fascinating.

>     However, I believe I see why we missed the range of her gifts.  She
> neglected to use them.  She did not quite attain the ultimate feat of
> brilliancy ‘defeat your enemy without doing anything’, but she was
> parsimonious in her choice of methods.  While in the Maze, she never
> teleported, mostly showed human resistance to heat and cold, played City
> of Steel well but not brilliantly.  Until we attempted to kill her, she
> could have been a very well trained ungifted woman.

She's like Batman and Superman at the same time!

Drew "which makes sense for someone called Eclipse" Perron

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