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    Thats just the prologue, the story is still in the works. Hopefully it will be done by the end of June. I will put the full story on a website for people to see, unless i change my mind and put it here.

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    righto, old bean keep it up!
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    do you like the story?

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    Originally posted by Olaf The Fierce
    do you like the story?

    I certainly do! er.... I like the first one better
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    Ok, nevermind, the first prologue stays then. I didnt really like the second one anyways, it only took less than 10 minutes to make the second one.

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    wowlio

    whoa, cool story Olaf, I havent seen a badger lose any of his eyes save Lady Cregga. It makes it interesting.
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    thanks!

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    hmmm

    I wouldn't have the squirrel son named Shilling, it makes it too confusing. but they are both good, it's up to you to decide.
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    .............

    it says the son is a hare and the father is a squirrel, how does that work? It still says his name is shilling AND Lockshire, I think they are typo's. Anywho It's a really cool story so far.
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    whoops...i must have changed some mistakes but not all when i changed the spicies...

    Anyways, can people tell me which prologue they like better before i begin to write the story because then i can inflict the prologue with the story.

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    Go easy one there Olafy, the first one is better, and I don't care what you say but the first one is better And don't forget to fix those errors!
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    I like........

    I like the last one you did because, later you think the son is going to rescue his father and raise an army to defeat shilling, but the writer could change that. I couldn't imagine a Badger walking around with a patch over his eye, it makes him sound evil.
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    I was thinking since the badger was blind he would pick up sounds easily, another would be a good scout and the son would be a warrior. I also thought maybe the blind badger should be a warrior, since he would be the first one ever.

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    hmm

    yeah, but if the badger had the bloodwrath he doesn't know where to go and waht he's gonna hit
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    Probably not, but he might be able to. When you are blind, or have a disibillity, your other senses grow stronger. So he might be able to hear enemies approaching and just swing a large weapon at them.

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