August 18, 2003
I have *finally* managed to send some quotes for Dara's page in A Grand Affair.
Her quote for herself just sort of popped into my head when I was thinking about how changeable she is. Shapeshifting aside, Dara has managed to shift moods more often than any other character I've played (which says something, I know). And I've only played through two backstory threads. She is working out exactly as I conceived -- someone who adapts to the situation, whose moods and speech are as fluid as her shape can be.
But my favorite quote? The opening to the Corwin quote.
Dara on the subject of Corwin. "I was young, I was foolish, and I was following orders."
*grins* Okay, so I like it. And when the latter part of it is tagged in, it fits her level of confusion perfectly. *happy little sighs* Yes, the silliest things make me happy. Tonight, it's quotes.
I should probably go write some more!
Posted by Deb Atwood at August 18, 2003 10:34 PM
Have you checked Martin's page yet? He has revised his Dara quote.
*pleased smile* Now I have. And I like. I think the Dara / Martin dynamic is going to be a blast to play with in this game. I am SO raring to get started!!!
I'm having so much fun -- I can't wait to see what she does next. She's one of those characters where I'm along for the ride and she's making all the moves. And she's so antsy right now, who knows what that would be.
I like, I like. But, then, I was such a fan of Deb's stuff that we made a deal to join each other's campaign...
I need to do more with Iolaus, although it will likely be solo character development. Delwin on the other hand is progressing nicely with Sand as a counterpart and Gerard as a sounding board for the two of them.
I'd love to get more development done for Gen & Jordan (who have, indeed, been borrowed from RoP for this game). But I'm really terrible right now at doing large blocks of solo development. Once I'm playing, I'm fine. But I just don't have the time for doing all this background writing I should do. Drop me into a scene and start asking questions, and they'll babble away and write it for me. *wry smiles* Makes game setup time hard!
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