Re: Where does 'gyrda' come from?

From: ttrotsky2 <TTrotsky_at_KVhbRhIvT7-lAgy-UzDWnzmUqy0qwBNxxQ2h7df2bFsrLHHi0K1fE1W4Se7IH4PQ5cB>
Date: Mon, 21 Jul 2008 16:45:16 -0000

John Machin:

> > I used a couple of devices like this in LotW2. Firstly, there are
> > 'Voices of Seshnela', with ordinary people talking about their lives,
> > and secondly there are a couple of vignettes where a typical knight
> > and a typical wizard go about their daily business, encountering
> > various aspects of Rokari society in the process.
> Great! I am still hanging out for some tasty stuff about the West!

LotW1 (which is probably less accessible than the later volumes, due to covering such a wide swathe of the world) is nearing readiness from what I hear. Volumes 2 and 3 are obviously further off, and 4 to 7 exist only in my brain...

> Maybe someone needs to have you stop writing for a bit

Ha! Fat chance of that, I fear... :)

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