LNH: Hungry, Hungry Sabertooths! #6pi III: "The Search for Plot"
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Mon Oct 26 09:38:05 PDT 2020
On 10/26/20 12:28 PM, Jeanne Morningstar wrote:
> HUNGRY, HUNGRY SABERTOOTHS!
> #6pi III: "The Search for Plot"
> A classic LNH tale with a really obvious title joke by Jeanne Morningstar
And yet I LOVE IT :D
> Masterplan Lad opened his eyes. He was on the moon, and Chaos Theory was
> lounging in midair beside him in a "draw-me-like-one-of-your-French-girls" pose.
Yessssss. :3 Now all they need to do is dance next to a church
> "I'm undergoing important character development in my own series, you know. [see
> Liminals #4 to... 10 probably????]
> "Sure I can, silly," said Chaos Theory. They patted MPL on the shoulder. "It's
> good character development, and trust me--it'll be rough in parts, but you'll be
> a lot cuter when you come out the other side.
> "If *you're* the one trying to repair things, they must be bad."
> "I wouldn't say bad. Just... really a lot."
Valid and valid. @- at v
> We don't have a lot of control
> over the Real World. Even the larger, well-known works of art don't--the Kurt
> Vonnegut statement about the Vietnam War and artists comes to mind--
I kinda hate that one, but the point's still valid.
> My Writer reread Legion of Occult Heroes because
> they were convinced for a period of three days that the internet was going to
> die because of a satellite collision, and so they wanted to prepare themselves.
> In case you're wondering how they're doing."
Anxiety spirals are a motherfucker. @-@
> Masterplan Lad nodded. "Then again, LNH has been a major source of happiness in
> their life right now, which is why they've been writing such an absolutely
> ridiculous amount of it, along with your Writer. I know that LNH was a major
> part of how they came to terms with their gender and sexuality, and developed
> some of their most significant relationships, and that helped them to reexamine
> their understanding of the world. So LNH did have an impact on the Real World,
> however small."
Hell yeah!! \m/>.<\m/
> In the ancient days of life on Earth, when the sabertooths
> roamed--but not the dinosaurs, just to be clear--
> I don't know that art can save the world, but it can
> remind us of something true--whether it's hopeful, or painful, or silly, or er,
> erotic, or all those things--and that's something we need. It can give us a
> place to stand, a hand to help us out of the pit, or a brick to throw, as need
> be. A small flame for the cold of winter's night."
gosssssssssh this is extremely good. <3 Pulling me up out of a small anxiety
> Chaos Theory was silent. They clapped their hands together. The sound carried on
> the moon by the force of comic book narrative convention. "Wow," they said.
> "That was good. I love when you get poetic. You're really, really hot."
> "There's just one problem... You brought up the sabertooths but you didn't say
> they were 'Hungry, Hungry Sabertooths.' You were so close to a title drop. So
X3 X3 X3 Somewhere, Rubricus Declinator sheds a single tear.
> "I can't help being ridiculous, sweetie. That's what I am.
Fuck yeah. :D
> But I was
> thinking--as good as that speech was... how the heck are we going to get *this*
> story there?"
> "I haven't the slightest idea, to tell the truth.
Also legit!! @-@;
> He looked down at the plot threads
> looped around Net.ropolis on the Earth and scrunched his nose. "Goodness, that's
> quite a tangle."
> "Yeah. A real slobberknocker-de-do," said Chaos Theory.
It really is. X3
> "Well, I don't know *how* it's all going to end, not just yet, but I do know
> *where* it's all going to end. The same place the RACCelestial Madonna pageant
> was held [cf Retcon Hour], where Constellation ascended [Constellation #36]. The
> Net.ropolis Bandshell."
> They sat together on top of the bandshell, watching the plot flow back and forth
> and waited for the end.
Oh, that's very good. :D And inspiring!
Drew "trying to stitch together different bits in my next couple parts" Nilium
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