March 24th, 2009


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Discussion (21)¬

  1. Coyoty says:

    Very carefully.

  2. Max says:

    AAgghh!! Now I want time to pass so I can read the next page. I’m too old to ask time to speed up. It’s risky.
    Thank you so much Ursula for a remarkable story so well presented. I await the final pages as patiently as I can.

  3. Diddu says:

    oooh SNAP 😀

  4. R.A. says:

    With help, of course. Does Shadowchild’s transport ability cover living things, or is this going down the old fashioned way?

  5. Marrock says:

    Right… like she’s going to let logic get in the way at this point.

  6. Kelci says:

    I fear the poor Digger will only get more exasperated form here 😀

  7. kat says:

    Destiny is NEVER practical. Luckily, we have Digger.

  8. Cait says:

    This is totally where we discover that she can levitate. 😛

  9. Reiver says:

    When in doubt, turn to engineering.

    I think I rather *like* wombats…

  10. RowanYote says:

    Destiny rarely makes accommodations for things like food, sleep, huge rifts in the earth….

  11. Rags says:

    “Don’t confuse me with facts!”

  12. Domino says:

    kindly do not cloud the issue with logic!!

  13. Faranior says:

    Just look at what happened to God when he tried to use logic. ;P

  14. I like the rendering on the wall here.

  15. Sildraug says:

    Followed by a brief scream and a meaty thump.

  16. BunnyRock says:

    Is that a dry stone wall leading up to a f corbelled roof? interesting I wonder how stable it would be with that big square opening in the center of the corbelling. Unless the opening was of four solid masonry blocks carved to interlock or a single capstone with a big square hole in the center.

    *I re-read what I have just written*

    Arrrrg. I need help.

  17. Tindi says:

    No, BunnyRock, I believe you’re in exactly the right place. 🙂

  18. TekServer says:

    I agree. Your unique insights into the science behind this work are invaluable.

    Though I suspect you may have been a cause of one or two headaches on Ursula’s part …


  19. jaynee says:

    Can’t tell ‘cos its v shadowed, but could be like a square oasthouse roof, with the cap missing. Although from the building and roof shapes shown on page 669, probably not.

  20. JET73L says:

    I saw it as a chiseled wall rather than a cobblestone wall, where this part of the temple was carved into the mountain and it was just a man-made chimney tunnel with a square opening at the top.