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C13P25 Lightning Snake

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It’s his favorite mountain.

Unfortunately, it seems to be EVERYONE’S favorite mountain.

Week two of welcoming new SpiderForest members! This week’s theme: Space and Unseen Worlds!

The Dad Brigade – Brandy is a young girl being trained under the protection of a group of highly skilled mercenaries. Among these mercenaries are the assassin, Crucible Jack, the marksman, Jean d’Arblast, and the warlock, Hergin Pride. Dale O’Dawn, a noble knight, tries to keep them in order, to little avail. Together, the men must put aside their differences to raise Brandy into a warrior fit to stop the apocalypse.

Dreamrise – The setting is the year 2515, when most of the solar system has already been colonized and terraformed. A motley ensemble cast must work to fight things like Magic Terrorists, Corrupted viruses from alternate timelines, and EMOTIONS.

The Empathy Drive – The promised golden age was lost before it began. Humanity reached for the stars, remaking fledgling civilizations in our own image. When the unthinkable happened, we fled – riding a cascading wave of xenophobia back to Earth. These are the stories of those who were left behind.

Of Conquests and Consequences – A teenage aristocrat from the North finds himself a prisoner of war and is assigned as a servant to the young heiress of one of the clans from across the desert. His captor will take him far away from his homeland and further still from his comfort zones. How will he adapt to the new culture?

Realm of Owls – A parliament of owl people have raised a grand city in a lustrous turf. These are the records of two owls who have decided to document the history and antics of their silly people in a whimsical comic strip form. Everything from the ever-shifting sovereignty to ice breaking to pigeon flinging is depicted here!


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See, and now Dream Eater is being all cranky about Vision’s personality, even though he acknowledges that the people shape the god, and therefore Vision’s fractious people contribute to what a jerk he grew up to be. IT’S ALL CONNECTED. *insert picture of Charlie Day here*

Also, that owl comic is everything I never knew I wanted.

Thirdly, I gotta say, why would you wanna switch from “the lightning snake” to Vision?

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