It was pain that didn’t exist, something that was hurting before it’s time. An ache that didn’t exist, but all it did was make its presence known. That how the boy could best describe it. The old man looked at him for a bit, stroking his chin thoughtfully, smacking lips like he was about to
TORA is the opposite of Mermoz, and changes the most in each of her iterations. In the end she is always the no-nonsense warrior girl, with a sharp grin and a sharp sword, but also an exotic dancer and reader of books. She was to bring balance to the whole cast, and also be the
Of all the characters that came from trying to merge these two books, that DID NOT CHANGE, it was Mermoz Guiliamet. He was a character from my D&D days ( originally a Ranger/Thief I think) and use the name MERMOZ for a username on anything I play online. I always liked the idea of punk
One thing I kept in combining both K&K and Dragonsbreath was that the Kuriouser would be brothers, and both would be inventors/artificers but in their own way. Surprisingly they became MORE Steampunkish, in the silly superficial way in a fantasy world than in their own. Believe this started the train of thought of breaking it
You may have seen many of my post on a Steampunk story I’m working on called Kuriouser & Kuriouser before, but it’s historically based and has proven to be a pain in the ass, writing wise. I found out the hard way, if you’re going to write speculative alternate history stuff, you need the facts and
Mermoz and Rose from an upcoming book of mine called DRAGONBREATH., a D&D inspired comic book I’m writing.