Quote:Usually tetrameter is reserved for children's poems and stories.
Quote:Ava had sent them and decided this world could never again be their own, and they together wove in tandem a city and a place outside the world, behind the sky, beyond the farthest dying star, where they could live forever watching the mortals and forever guarding the course of fate and time. This place came to be called the Web.
Quote: But imagine you were a Weaver - you know the fabric of Dream is very thin, and you know there are beings on the other side who longed for centuries to break through it and who would wreak havoc as soon as they cross the line. And you put all your efforts to maintain this line - only to watch how another ignorant bearded fool ruins all your work playing with his magic. Would this leave you cold?...That's how I see it: the Weavers, despite their immortality, are also only humans, whose patience isn't endless.
Quote:As for summoning in Caelereth, because no creature is passing through an dimensional barriers, the fabric is unaffected. If there are any barriers separating beasts and summoners in Caelereth, those barriers are not so critical. If the barrier between Caelereth and the Netherworld became too weak, the Netherbeasts would be able to freely pass through, and that might make things a little hectic. The fabric grows thin by beasts being summoned through it, though more so from dangerous beasts trying to break through.
***Astropic of the day***"For me there is only the traveling on paths that have heart, on any path that may have heart. There I travel, and the only worthwhile challenge is to traverse its full length. And there I travel looking, looking, breathlessly. ~Don Juan"
Quote:I see them different, you see them to human like I think- though they may have been once humans, elves.. they are no longer, don‘t have the desires humans have, aren‘t able to feel rage.. at least, that is my impression..
-----The mouse flies!