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8O Wow! We're almost done with Fatal Revenant?! 8O Time flies! (maybe luci will coordinate the Forbidden Knowledge dissect between now and AATE...) Seriously, this was, probably, the smoothest and best run dissection we've ever done. Congratulations to dlb all who participated! 8) 8) 8)
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Here's hoping :beer: It would be neat to get in on the GAP dissection.... and then, if that goes well (as it is bound to do so) one could try a Man Who Dissection, and then, somehow, a short story dissection :evilfoul: (Have I gone too far? Or am I just mad? :biggrin: )
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Orlion wrote:Here's hoping :beer: It would be neat to get in on the GAP dissection.... and then, if that goes well (as it is bound to do so) one could try a Man Who Dissection, and then, somehow, a short story dissection :evilfoul: (Have I gone too far? Or am I just mad? :biggrin: )
I'd like to see all of those! But I'm still also keen to re-read the entire chronicles so I can go through all these dissections. The insights are brilliant - especially for someone like myself - I've always loved SRD books, but have never been on the same wavelength. These dissections (from what I've read so far) have greatly assisted me.

So I have a year and a half (give or take) to reread all chronicles, gap, man who, short stories - and into AATE... :?
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The dissection insights are indeed brilliant. Not to diminish any of the other dissections, but the group read for The One Tree stood out most in my mind for the amount of revelatory discussion that took place.
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Ah, The One Tree. I wish I was here for those heady, magical days.
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wayfriend wrote:Ah, The One Tree. I wish I was here for those heady, magical days.
good times, good times.....
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I enjoyed doing The Wounded Land the best, but that is only because I got to do coercri. My favorite chapter in all the Chrons. :D
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