sf02 screws up and posts a scene intended for thursday

11 07 2011

No joke, folks, I bungled.

I don’t usually do “single scene” updates. They’re piddly, and they take away from the sum total of scenes I want to include in a full update, but… I accidentally uploaded it a day or two ago, apparently, and well, there it is. Enjoy.

It’s a pretty important confrontational scene, so, I guess that works in terms of scope and scale of an update…? Dunno. Rushing to get this LJ post out now that I realized.

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12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

12 07 2011
eyeless1

Heh, well I guess I did have those two backwards. In hindsight I suppose it would have made more sense to bet on Nel’s assessment of people rather than Una’s. :)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.
Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.
Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
schadrach

I was guessing pretty much the reactions they had, except I was expecting Jon to be able to convince Chu, followed (though this still might happen) with one of them getting eaten.

Scary thought — there’s a potential to end up with zombies that understand the Word and the Way out of this. I wonder if they are, as a larger hivemind capable of exerting Will as such. This gives me delicious ideas for a D&D game I’m going to be running soon, that now absolutely has to involve some kind of hivemind-sentient-disease-lich-thing… I think I even have an appropriate place for it. =)

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.
The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.
The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

13 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Given they seem to be absorbing the minds of those they infect into their hive, yes, it’d be entirely possible for them to learn spellcasting.

The problem is that their throats have atrophied to the point where speaking the Word would be implausible. And as noted, the Will might be tricky too, since their consciousness isn’t quite the same.

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.
… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.
… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Anonymous

Jen here. Maria’s dad could talk, but he was special and perhaps better fed/watered. Or they could use a new recruit like the guard.

… Let’s hope they don’t learn magic. O.o

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

14 07 2011
Stefan "Twoflower" Gagne

Maria’s dad was part Summerlion, meaning he regenerated his vocal cords. The ‘thinking’ zombies in this chapter are not enchanted. They’re using Maria to help focus their minds past the hunger but have the same bodies they always did.

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