17. "RE: (OOTR-17) Cantata for Warships in D"
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While reading this, I couldn't help but notice the various "like father, like son" moments Corwin was having, even if he wasn't aware of them*, or the fact that his moments were more impressive than his father's (based on the number of women sharing his bed at the end).
Good description of the battle, BTW. I had a pretty good idea of what was going on where, despite the fact that everything I know about naval combat I learned playing Advance Wars and its sequels. I can't help but feel that gave me an incomplete picture at best. ;)
* Which I assume he wasn't, given the situation, and the fact that it's Corwin we're talking about here.
"Things in life aren't always quite what they seem, There's more than one given angle to any one given scene. So bear that in mind next time you try to intervene On any one given angle on any one given scene." Angles - dan le sac vs. Scroobius Pip