Still dreaming about ToB lore...
I've been having this online talk with a woman recently. She is 45, was married, divorced, has a 16 year old son, she's an accomplished person. I like her for some reason. I answered her messages with poems... she was my muse, just by being there and taking interest, something came over me and I wrote and wrote.. maybe the best stuff in years, after not having written anything lyrically at all... it was that thing that happened last time I wrote at the Knowledge of Blood... I have no reason to really write if I don't feel anything about it, it's not a mechanical process for me, not at first and as reason anyway. So nothing, then after long time of experiences a trigger happens, and a sudden flood erupts, where large parts of lifetime came together strangely to become a higher sense, that helps me. I know this looks pointless, some shitty fan flick poems about a game almost no one cares about anymore. It's not much but I need it so much.
I think that the conversation chatlog I've had with her is -- itself, largely as is -- the second Chapter of the Third part of the Lore. I find that thought very amusing. I need to translate it into English though, and this will be so very difficult. But what I also need is.. see the poems I wrote her are that of one Zodiac talking to the other: I Aquarius, king of the oceans, and she is the capricorn, making her queen of the mountains. I'd like to put it somehow closer to actual ToB characters and see what funny happens, but don't know which. The idea is that they are two characters in a strange love relation, but by circumstance physically unfulfillable, from different factions. I think ideally, the Undead had a deep dwelling sea monster character, maybe a kraken?, Or is it Cervantes? She needs to feel attracted somehow, also fascinated in curiosity about this unfamiliar magic and trinkets of the deep Sea, and although he likes appealing to her, enjoys it because usually he feels very unlikable und repelling, so he's flattered and revels for a while in the fantasy about an alternative, better life he's unfamiliar with also, he's still... erm.. deeply .. conflicted about going further with her. And on the Alliance.. well I don't know... some female that's about sky or mountains? Cliffs? Ideas? Unreleased hero concepts? Kinda funny how it reverses "gender roles", it's rather the female associated with oceans, like the Seawitch, and mountain peaks with guys, and also, here it's the female that's brass and bold and really going for it, in an impressive act of courage.
Wut ohne Ziel. Wut ohne Folgen.