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>The Gelth I expected.
This produces a deeply entertaining mental image, inasmuch as the Gelth are the shrieky murderous ethereal aliens from the Charles Dickens episode of Doctor Who ("I'm gonna die in a dungeon! In Cardiff!"), not the rogue AI constructs from Mass Effect. :)
>The shacking up offer, I did not. Nor did I
>expect, after all this time, for Gryph to be so broken.
It's interesting that the scene gives you the impression that he's "broken", since that's not at all the effect I was aiming for. I mean, yes, he's bit preoccupied in that last scene, but that's largely because the sudden and unexpected encounter with the dread shadow of Unicron has quite knocked his other train of thought all ahoo and he needs to take a couple of moments to chase it all back into order again before he can articulate it, not because he's having some kind of a breakdown.
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