Act Two, Chapter Three: 17

16th Sep 12:00 AM, 2014 in Act Two: Chapter Three
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Act Two, Chapter Three: 17
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MsMegan 16th Sep 12:00 AM, 2014 edit delete
MsMegan
That's... interesting, but really doesn't answer my question, Beast...
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The Doodler 16th Sep 12:39 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
The Doodler
I think it answers mine. Suddenly he's a lot more sympathetic.
metaceryn 16th Sep 1:29 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Less than pleasant...for whom?
MsMegan 16th Sep 4:41 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
MsMegan
everyone involved, I imagine.
cattservant 16th Sep 2:41 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
cattservant
Possibilities blossom.
Hallan 16th Sep 7:26 AM, 2014 edit delete reply
Hallan
If you'll forgive the D&D reference, I think he's got about 20 ranks in 'not really answering the question'. :)
TolkienOverTwilight 16th Sep 3:56 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
Oh, Beast. How many times have you faced "Certain Consequences?"
TolkienOverTwilight 17th Sep 2:33 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
AND... are "Certain Consequences" standing right in front of you wearing a pretty dress?
MsMegan 17th Sep 3:18 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
MsMegan
An interesting question, Tolkein~~

He's probably faced said consequences on a handful of major occasions, and innumerable lesser ones...
Kim M 19th Sep 6:39 PM, 2014 edit delete reply
And now I'm wondering if "certain consequences" might include certain death if a certain someone were to forego returning from a family visit on time. Not that such an event will necessarily happen in your retelling, but if it does...hmm.

And lilacs? Blooming outside the fence...or on the branches they've just cut away? And are we seeing some everyday magical growth or an omen here? (Cue mysterious, slightly sinister music....)
AbigailBrooks 11th Jul 6:44 PM, 2015 edit delete reply
AbigailBrooks
"Certain consequences"...well that doesn't sound ominous at all. It's not pleasant for him if he pushes the boundaries of what he can and cannot do - and it sounds like he blames himself for not being able to do more, to make a hard choice that would mean sacrificing himself or something important to him. I wonder if he thinks that is selfish of him, as well as "weak-willed." And hm, what does that flower blooming signify?