Dragaeran memory

Tue Feb 11 14:11:35 PST 2003

> -----Original Message-----
> From: Chris Olson - SunPS [mailto:Chrisf.Olson at Sun.COM]
> Sent: Tuesday, February 11, 2003 17:02
> To: dragaera at dragaera.info; warlord at dragon.com
> Subject: RE: Dragaeran memory 
> > It is my opinion that we will see a lot more of it when she "wakes up."
> > Even more so if, as a plot twist (and when isn't there one ?), they 
> > can mentally interact.  I point to Morraco and Blackwand whom he refers
> > to on at least one occassion rather lovingly.
> Morraco?  Does Morrolan know how to tango, too?
> (Sorry, I assume it's a typo, but it's a funny one!!  No offense
> intended, as I do it all the time...:)
> Chris
> "Blind man's night is music to the deaf, and 
> everyone has *two* paths, not one, whence comes
> tragedy and comedy, forsooth and damn straight,
> son."
>  - "The Gypsy" - Brust & Lindholm

Although thought up on the spot, as it were, it is in fact what
I meant to type.  That most amusing Brust fellow isn't the only
one who can think up cute/sarcastic/amusing nicknames for favorite