>I think the side story with Wentworth and the car was sweet, and I'm
>glad to have read it, but I think I'm also glad it seems to have run
It may not be the last time we hear from young Wentworth, but if we do see him again, it won't be for a while.
>I've been rereading SotS 1 and I was reminded of how long
>the Mac side story ended up being; I'm glad to see closure.
Most of the issues with pacing and tangents in the early Symphonies came from the fact that we had a larger crew in those days, and I've always been bad at saying no to people's ideas for subplots and side characters. (To be fair, no worse at it than saying no to my own.) Everything went in, and as a result, everything tended to go on a bit.
>Ironically, I was glad to see Remilia angry! Civilized or not, not
>everyone is perfect and especially with that kind of history weighing
Indeed. It was also bad timing, and I don't think it's too unfair to say that Mme. Serreau could have set the stage a bit better. But then, she was under a lot of stress as well.
>Was Sakuya's Lens shown before and I just missed it? Or is this the
>first time we see it?
It's come up a couple of times, although this is the first time we've seen her use it (though it's implied that she did in Sea Trials, to let G know that the business with the government was turning out favorably before he had a chance to see it in the newspaper).
>One way or
>another, I'm looking forward to the reaction the 501st (or whoever!)
>have to their abilities.
I'm looking forward to doing that bit, as well. Remi's brief visit to Saint-Ulrich is one of my favorite bits of GG2, in terms of how much fun it was to come up with.
>And I've said this before, but thanks again for doing these, Gryphon.
>I mean, I could (and do) read actual paid-for books, but I still find
>myself always coming back here for my Eyrie Productions fix. Nothing
Thanks! I sometimes find myself, in dark corners of the day, wondering why I'm still doing this after all these years, and, well, "people are still enjoying it" is not quite all of it, but it's a big part.
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