Things I think About

The Unexpected Traitor

There’s always that guy. He might be the best friend of the hero, or maybe one of the secondary characters. He seems so cool in the beginning, but he turns out to be a dick in the end. It’s not his fault; it’s a flaw in his character: one that you put there. Creating the unexpected traitor is a hard thing to do. You have to write a character that is believable and nice, but…
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Creating a Hero: The substitution from necessity…

I’ve always thought, the best heroes are those that don’t want the job. They’re the ones you can relate to. We all have the image of the quintessential hero burned into our brains: six-foot-three, built like a tank, square-jawed and morally grounded. But I love the five-foot-six computer nerd with a Red Bull addiction, who knows how to break the alien code, just in time to save the planet from exploding. We all love that…
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Erador 101: The Vir’Con Brotherhood

The origins of the Vir’Con are shrouded in mystery, and depending on who you ask, the answer could be more baffling than your question. Early writings in the Book of the Ancients allude to a group of assassins that operated around the turn of the century, but there’s no direct mention of the name Vir’Con within those texts: just presumptions and suppositions, and none of them based on evidence. There are some things we know…
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Erador 101: The Na’Geena

In the early days, before Nu’reen created the three Na’Geena swords, they were just another tribe of Erador: no better, no worse, but they did have the ability to tame Griffins, and no one can explain that. If the Griffins could talk, we might know. But for whatever reason (maybe it was fallout from Thane taking the Mark of Yang) the Na’Geena have been masters of Griffins ever since. Griffins are sworn enemies of Draggons,…
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Life Flashes

Cody ran, his heart racing. Looking over his shoulder, in the air behind him, the shadow of it blocked the sun. It grew larger, descending on him at great speed, but from his perspective it was happening in slow motion. He had heard of these things: merciless killers of his kind. They came without warning, showing no remorse, decimating the vegetation, killing dozens, sometimes hundreds at once. He’d never seen one up close. He looked…
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