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Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
« on: March 29, 2010, 07:15:47 pm »
1. What do you think of the Stone of Leir and Nelwyn's vision? What is your reaction to Lord Shandor at this point?

2. Now we have seen how handy the ring can be to someone who desires to hunt and kill Elves. We have also seen that the ring is not all-powerful; it will not work in Tal-sithian. Once again, Gelmyr has a sarcastic field day! There are actually several reasons why Gorgon is frustrated here--do you think he might actually be enjoying his glimpses into the world of Light?

3. Why is it necessary for Wrothgar to send Kharsh? What do you think of him?
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #1 on: April 21, 2010, 12:22:50 pm »
    Archer.. I read something quite confusing now..

    Gaelen speaks to Lady Arialde who says that "Her (Brinneal) death was both tragic and welcomed..." What? How could it be welcomed? Fill me in...
    Also I wonder.. Did Arialde speak to Gaelens mind without the others hearing it, or was it loud?
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #2 on: April 21, 2010, 12:31:11 pm »
    Winter:

    Brinneal's death was welcomed by Brinneal. She had suffered unspeakable things in the dungeons of Wrothgar. She had just given birth to a monster whom she knew would be reared in the blackest of evil realms. she was quite happy to die. :-\

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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #3 on: April 21, 2010, 12:51:26 pm »
    Ah then I understand! I thought maybe it was welcomed by the elves, and I didn't understand that..

    That's nice! I can picture it in a movie hearing Meryl Streep's voice :P  ::)

    Now some dinner. Uh well.. Dinner is maybe the wrong word... I seriously wish I had more time for reading, I'm enjoying myself every time I read Elfhunter!! I had cleaning day here today, still I have been able to read some today  ;D I will be reading more when going to bed quite soon!!
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #4 on: April 21, 2010, 01:07:47 pm »
    Today is a painting and a writing day for me. Have a new cover to work on.
    Have a good dinner and a good sleep tonight! Talk to you tomorrow.  :)
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #5 on: April 21, 2010, 07:47:33 pm »
    I'm in Tal-sithian in Ravenshade at the moment...I can't stop reading as fast as I can, but I also am leery of the end of the line!  :-\  Awesome books!

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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #6 on: April 22, 2010, 04:01:08 pm »
    I'm in Tal-sithian in Ravenshade at the moment...I can't stop reading as fast as I can, but I also am leery of the end of the line!  :-\  Awesome books!

    I know what  you mean.  When I read them, I could not put them down.  Each book was like "The Lost Weekend".  Other than read, I got absolutely nothing else accomplished.  As far as anyone else was concerned, I might as well not have been there.  I also dreaded getting to the end, because then I didn't have the next chapter to look forward to.  These books are definitely addictive!  What do you do for Elfhunter withdrawal?  Not even dark chocolate would help.
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #7 on: April 22, 2010, 05:35:03 pm »
    What do you do for Elfhunter withdrawal?

    Start over?   ;)

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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #8 on: April 23, 2010, 01:54:35 am »
    What's the cure for Elfhunter withdrawal?

    Why, Outcaste, of course!  :D

    (Starting over would probably work, too. I always miss stuff in a book the first time I read it. I find that I am anxious to find out what happens, and I don't always pay attention to details. I read my favorites over and over again. Do you guys do that too?)
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #9 on: April 23, 2010, 08:46:42 am »
    Ummmm Archer dear... 
    I'd love to cure my withdrawal symptoms with Outcaste.
    I am anxiously awaiting the ability to do so.
    But, alas, I cannot cure my withdrawal symptoms with something I cannot get now can I??? (How many can's can you stuff in a sentence?) 

    So any word yet on when said cure might be available to us?

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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #10 on: April 23, 2010, 10:13:18 am »
    That would be nice to know yes! I'm enjoying myself with Elfhunter now! 73% done. They are at home now!
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #11 on: April 23, 2010, 02:23:34 pm »
    What's the cure for Elfhunter withdrawal?

    Why, Outcaste, of course!  :D

    (Starting over would probably work, too. I always miss stuff in a book the first time I read it. I find that I am anxious to find out what happens, and I don't always pay attention to details. I read my favorites over and over again. Do you guys do that too?)

    Well, not to make everyone jealous, I HAVE read Outcaste  ;D.  Now I have Outcaste withdrawal, too!  Want MORE!  Well, I have read the trilogy more than once, but maybe it's time to read it on my iPod (no Kindle...yet).  I agree that I always see things that I missed the first (or second) time when I re-read.  Well, I have to admit, I lied in the first sentence.  I DID want to make you jealous, evil being that I am.  (snicker, snicker)  Well, when you're the map maker, you have to know what to draw a map of.  Hey, Archer, should we try the map first and then the tale?  NOT!
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #12 on: April 24, 2010, 02:52:00 am »
    Haha  ;D

    Hey mapmaker ;) Thank you so much for wanting to sign a map for me :D
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #13 on: April 24, 2010, 04:53:39 am »
    Carmyn, you're not supposed to reveal your evil nature. Now you can't take over the universe when everyone least expects it. Don't you know ANYTHING? Jeez!  ::)

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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #14 on: April 24, 2010, 12:50:24 pm »
    Hey, Archer, should we try the map first and then the tale?  NOT!


    Actually Carmen that sounds like a brilliantly evil idea!!!!

    You go draw the map of your dreams and hand it to Archer with the challenge to "write a story around THIS!"

    Sounds like that commercial where the lady is asking the architect to design a house around a faucet.
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    Re: Part V: Tal-sithian--chapters 22 and 23
    « Reply #15 on: April 24, 2010, 05:10:42 pm »
    Snicker! Snork!

    And, don't think I couldn't write a story to go with ANY map you could come up with, Carmyn! Ha!
    (What? The Elves meet the Amphibious Dwarves of the Marianas Trench? Egads!)

    Notice, Tipper Ol' Pal, that I avoided answering your query regarding Outcaste. If you want to have a real answer, send me a pm! I'll tell you a little story...)  ;)
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