There is a difference between using a new forging method that fits the technologically underderveloped setting and suddenly building a motorbike that certainly does not. A forging method could have been invented in a time like that but a motorbike certainly not. So it makes a difference. the difference is whether it fits the setting or it does not.
aren't 20 a day deadly? especially for a child?
As long as the termites exist there shall be war. Even it will be an war of attrition that lasts for eternity only one race shall remain as the true colony of the dungeon. FOR THE COLONY!! xD
gave her a cringe.
than not and
Either "And what[...] must I do that for?" or "And Why [...] must I do that?"
that may be true but you can't deny the possibility of it happening or the chance that it already happened in the history of the human existence even if we only consider humans as humans from the point the first big civilizations began. I mean well over a billion humans and 7000 years of time? the possibility it didn't happen is probably smaller than that it did in all that time. Especially people an unexperienced, poor, young hunter in the medieval ages. They go out to hunt but can't find prey and while looking for it they lose their way get exhausted get a cramp and die... maybe it wasn't a puddle but a small river that was like a hand width deep and he cramped while trinking? Would be a believable scenario wouldn't it? well not that I thought about it when I wrote it. I just wrote down the first even worse death I could think of xD
Yeah something unknown happens. But looking at the fact it is reality they are nearly shattering, maybe they should be a little more careful as there is a pretty high chance that the moment you shatter it everything is ripped apart and destroyed because the inability of everything to exist without reality. After all everything we know is reality and it seems pretty dumb to just throw that away just because there is an abysmally small possibility you might survive whatever happens. You see? whatever it is it isn't worth destruction of everything is it?
I agree because this Siege is long enough by now... if it gets any longer you could write an own book for it :D And I disagree, because up till now it seemed like Rino knows what he is aiming for and if he planned a lot of plot for this siege then there will be a lot of plot. It only makes sense to cover plot during a siege as a siege usually takes some time. It is never easy to storm the enemies fortified position.... That is what fortified positions are made for aren't they? So I am not sure whether I can support the sentiment to shorten a needed and even logical part of the story which apparently carries some plot, just because it takes longer than the protagonist likes it... I mean it is still very well written and even though it feels like the siege is taking an eternity I thouroughly enjoy reading
You see... it kinda seems similar to the setting of Romeo and Julia... dont you dare to kill them or I will boycott your novel...
sometimes I hate this author... and it doesn't even has to do something with Christine... It is just the eternity it takes to click through tens of sites see a single paragraph worth of something that was decided since Christine got a properly ****able body...
You really created an own book for some Larry of your first books side event?