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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 167: Welcome to your party
« Reply #500 on: November 05, 2012, 05:15:24 AM »
Oh my goodness, that's fantastic! That's seriously an amazing achievement, saltpastillen. I can't believe how fast you've done the challenge and the story. Have you got any plans for what you'll do after you finish?

I don't have anything planned at the moment. Writing as I play has been fun, but at the same time it has also been less fun than just playing - I hope you understand what I mean. Also, I'll be moving in about two weeks so I will be super busy for a while. Right now all my focus is on getting the dynasty done before that. And before I install seasons, since I don't think the game file can take any more changes now. It's buggy as it is, and the latest patch really messed it up, even if it still runs (knock on wood).

Thanks for all the encouragement, and the comments, they help me get on with the writing when I feel kind of blocked.

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Chapter 168: Interlude
« Reply #501 on: November 05, 2012, 05:42:13 AM »
Julia: Ah, I've missed this.
Stuart: Skinny dipping?
Julia: No, silly, you and me spending time together all alone.



Julia: Are you sure I'm still pretty?
Stuart: You are ravishing, would I lie to you?
Julia: No, because you know what I'd do to you if I ever found you out.
Stuart: See, every word out of my mouth is gospel. Now, scoot a little closer honey.



Julia: Why?
Stuart: Why do you think?



Stuart: Are you all set for tomorrow?
Julia: Everything has gone as planned, all my museum pieces are done and the replicator is fired up.
Stuart: Then we just have one more thing to do then.
Julia: Yes, we wouldn't want to leave any stone unturned.





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Chapter 169: Ever heard of getting young in peace?
« Reply #502 on: November 05, 2012, 05:57:10 AM »
Julia: Get out of the kitchen, this is my time.
Selma: I've eaten ambrosia too you know, stop making a big deal out of it.
Julia: Just leave me alone while the replicator does it work.
Selma: Fine, I'll just have another bubble bath then, it's only going to be my second today.



Julia: Alone at last!
Klara: Why are you talking to yourself?
Julia: I demand privacy!
Klara: Then keep quiet, I'm just on the other side of the wall and I can hear you when you talk to yourself like an old lady.
Julia: I'm not old, you are!
Klara: Said the pot to the kettle. It's just ambrosia, eat it and keep quiet.
Julia: Fine, I'll be quiet when you are.
Klara: Mum's the word.



What does it take to get some privacy in here? I should have sent them all of to the spa like mom did.

Is this all there is to it? I thought eating ambrosia would at least be more of an experience...



Cecilia: I she done yet?
Frida: I don't know, she likes to make things more complicated than they are, she might be a while.
Elise: Hm, I didn't drag it out like this...
Julia: That tears it! Stop talking about me where I hear you!



Julia: As soon as I take care of the dishes I'm coming in there and I'll break the TV.
Klara: No!
Julia: See if I don't.

Oh, it's happening! I feel stronger already. Immortality achieved. But why, oh why do I have to be saddled with this old body?



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The Sixth Immortal
« Reply #503 on: November 05, 2012, 06:10:37 AM »



Name: Julia Aurora McClelland

LTW: Bottomless Nectarcellar

Career: Business

MaxSkill: Nectar making

Building: Doo Peas Corporate Tower
Property: Port-A-Party Mini Warehouse

LTRs:
1. Super Green Thumb
2. Age Freeze Potion
3. Office Hero

Best Friends:
1. Richelle Bingham
2. Fawn Archuleta
3. Paige Werner
4. Antione Mack
5. Hayley Starnes
6. Julie Rainey

Opportunities:
1. Excellent veggies
2. Great plums
3. Merging towards overtime
4. Perfect produce
5. A farewell to paper
6. Seeking more favorable taxes

Portraits/museum exhibits:


Toddler

Child

Teen

Young Adult

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Chapter 170: A harsh truth
« Reply #504 on: November 05, 2012, 06:40:46 AM »
As soon as mom had eaten her ambrosia, had a cat fight with the grandmas and locked herself in the bathroom to take pictures of herself in front of the mirror - I started upgrading the stove. These unique upgrades are going to kill me.Ah, poor choice of words.

Dad was relaxing in the hot tub when the sparkles came for him.



We all rushed to his side, but Grim had already showed up and we knew he would take him away.


Grim: I have come for you Stuart Aurora McClelland.


Julia: Why did you have to come so soon? He's only 94, that's young. Can't we give Grim a death flower just this once?
Grim: I would not accept that death flower Julia, they are not his to give.
Julia: But I want more time with my Stuart.



Stuart: Don't worry Julia, we will see each other again. Besides we all know this had to happen.


Grim: Are you ready?
Stuart: Yes, thank you for coming so quickly, my girl is all grown up now and the dynasty can go on.
Grim: I'm sure you'll be very happy with you accommodation, we had a new Music Hall I'm sure you'll approve of.
Stuart: That sounds promising. I'll see you soon darling. Do your best princess.



Julia: Oh, Stuart! I thought eating ambrosia would give us more time together, now I wish I had spent less time on my requirements and more time with you. Come back soon my love, I'll be waiting.


Greta: Daddy! Noo, don't leave me here with all these crazy women! No one loves me like you do. Dad, dad come back. I'll need you!


Grim: That's the last one, no more spouses to collect form here is understand.
Klara: That's right, just two more generations to go and we'll be done. Tell VJ I love him, will you?
Grim: I'm hardly a messenger boy!
Klara: Really, that's not how you make it sound when you want something from me.
Grim: Fine, but don't let the other dynasties know, I'll never get any peace. They'll have me running all over the place delivering notes like 5th graders.
Klara: Oh, don't be so full of yourself! Now go, we have some mourning to do.
Grim: My pleasure.



Julia: Your father was a great man, and now he's passed on it's up to you to take over. I will need time alone, it's going to take a lot to adjust to living without him.


Greta: But mom, why did he have to die? Why would he leave me alone here with you?


Julia: Honey, he died because he wanted you to succeed, the rule of household size is unbreakable, and if you are going to give birth to an heir he had to die.
Greta: I don't accept that! How can him dying be a good thing? I don't want to be the heir anymore. I just want to forget all about this dynasty stuff.
Julia: Don't you dare say that! All of us have sacrificed a great deal to get us this far, you will go on with this dynasty. And that is final!



Greta: But it hurts mom, it hurts so much.


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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - 170: A harsh truth
« Reply #505 on: November 05, 2012, 06:49:39 AM »
Congrats with your sixth immortal! I'm going to miss Stuart, poor Julia. :(

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - 170: A harsh truth
« Reply #506 on: November 05, 2012, 07:25:05 AM »
Oh that was sweet but sad. Makes me think of Amber's death. Grim is so nice in your story. Greta is going to do great, she'll do what she needs to do.



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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - 170: A harsh truth
« Reply #507 on: November 05, 2012, 09:17:24 AM »
Grim is so nice in your story.

Yes, I wanted to make him stand out a bit. Besides, the ladies need all the help they can get.

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Chapter 171: The danger of drowning your sorrows
« Reply #508 on: November 05, 2012, 10:25:41 AM »
I suppose I went a bit mad once dad had died. Of course I knew about Grim and sims dying, it had just never hit me personally before. And even if I knew mom had her talk with me to get me to realize how much dad loved me and wanted me to succeed, all I kept hearing in my head was. Dad died because of me, because of who I am to this dynasty.

I know mom was heartbroken as well, but she had all the grandmas rallying around her for support, and she welcomed that. I couldn't deal with that myself. I felt responsible for dad's death. Selfish I know, but I was used to seeing myself as the center of the world. I had never thought of what would need to happen for me to succeed, I just saw the future as something that would occur in the "future", not related to me at all.

So, instead of growing up and moving on with my life an my requirements I ran from that voice in my head and it's horrid mantra of "dad died because of me". As you all know I'd acquired the dramatic trait, and I let it guide me into the fabulous mess you'll see below.

Once the grandmas had carried mom away to the spa for some relaxation and soothing of her frayed nerves, I hopped in Benny and went over to Mick's.



The first face I saw was Candi, and her still young visage was like a slap in the face. How dare she enjoy herself when my family was grieving? I had never believed mom's claims that Candi was evil, but now I started to see the light. I got an immediate wish to accuse her of being a diva, or worse, a Llama, but I knew she was to mean for me to take on.


I decided to fortify myself, and called for a drink. Then another, soon I was a little hazy about why I was there at all.


I cried about my dad to the proprietor, regaling with my entire life story and. It felt nice to vent, he didn't know anything about me other than I was a crazy lady who had to much to drink and I didn't really care about what he thought of me anyway.




I cried in his arms and he consoled me as best as he could. Crying on his shoulder soon lead to kissing and flirting. The flirting made me feel somewhat better, and with the help of more drinks it even made me forget why I was even there for a short while. In fact, it was the one thing that could drown out that voice in my head saying "dad died because of me" and I eagerly accepted anything that would help me forget.

I stayed at Mick's until he kicked me out, went straight home and to bed, and went back to Mick's as soon as I woke up the next afternoon.



I would like to say I snapped out of it, but the truth is I lost myself in my grief and madness for over a week. Repeating the same pattern over and over, going to Mick's, ordering drinks and... Well, let's say I did things I'm not very proud of.


I got very closely aquainted with the proprietor Elias...


...very close.


But on some level I know I was ashamed of my behavior because I always destroyed the evidence.


Every visit to Mick's would start the same way...


...and I used everyone, even my close friends, without a thought to their feelings. No one was safe from me, not Perry or Angelina, Elias or any of the others I met and seduced.


That all started to change the day Perry brought up the question of marriage.

Perry: Is it true, are you going behind my back and seeing other people?
Greta: I'm not going behind your back at all Perry, I've told you from the start that I'm not interested in anything serious. I thought you understood that.
Perry: There is a diffference between not being serious and seeing other people.
Greta: Not to me there isn't.
Perry: We've had our relationship a long time Greta, over 14 days, and I'm getting to the point in my life where I want to get married.



Greta: I've told you before Perry, I'm not going to get married. I don't want to, and I'm not allowed to either. I told you I was a dynasty girl when we met.
Perry: You haven't acted much like a dynasty girl the last couple of days, you act more like a wannabe celebrity in Bridgeport than any dynasty girl I've ever heard of.
Greta: That's mean, take that back.
Perry: No I won't maybe you need to hear it, You can't go around treating other people as callus as you have been doing. Your reputation is horrible, I don't even know why I still spend time with you.



Greta: Fine! Let's break up, I'm never going to marry you so go find someone else.
Perry: You're heartless! How can you discard me so easily when we've been together for so long? I'm heart broken. I might die!
Greta: I'm heartbroken too, my dad died!



Perry: Would you stop whining about your dad? You're not the only sim in existence that's lots someone you know. Or at least you would know if you cared for other humans instead of only yourself!
Greta: I care about others! Now you're just mean because I wouldn't marry you!
Perry: No I'm being honest. You are using your dads death as an excuse for acting any way you want without regards to other people, but that's going to stop.
Greta: Really?
Perry: Yes, everyone already knows what a manipulator you are, and once I'm through telling them about this talk of ours I'd be surprised if they let you back in at Mick's.
Greta: We'll see about that!



I wish I had listened to reason at that point and just gone home to think things over, but I was filled with righteous fury and self pity, so I did the worst thing I could do. I went back in to Mick's, ordered some drinks, and you know what followed.


The next day I wasn't feeling so well. I threw up. That's when I started to panic. Was I pregnant? What if I was pregnant with the heir? I didn't even remember what had happened last night.


I stood in front of the lovely wall mirrors in my room, a room I hadn't even bothered to look at, only slept in, since I started going to Mick's.


I didn't think I looked pregnant, but then I didn't know much about pregnancies. I didn't know much about anything of value actually. I hadn't even gotten myself a job. All I had was some skill in handiness and some in athletics, an ability to drink more than was good for me and no progress towards my immortality requirements.


Maybe it was time to turn a new leaf? That night I decided to stay home. Maybe it was time for me to grow up for real.

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First of all, congratulations on your Sixth Immortal!
Somehow I wasn't surprised to find Candi's name missing on Julia's Best friends list! *giggle*
R.I.P Stuart. I'm glad Julia found some quality time with him before he passed over.
The pain and sorrow over his death clearly shocked Greta out of her wits. Her dramatic way to deal with grief was totally in line with her character... It just leaves a big question. Who has fathered generation eight?
Wonderful storytelling!  :)

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Somehow I wasn't surprised to find Candi's name missing on Julia's Best friends list! *giggle*

They are technically best friends, since Candi was her boss, but Julie chose not to acknowledge this when it printing out her stats. I guess she's not forgotten how Candi treated her in her youth.

I though this behavior would go well with Greta's personality, and she took up partying in earnest. I'm just glad there weren't any clubs for her to go to.

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Hah, Gretas face in that last picture, was Julia calling her a llama. :) hehe

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She was. I just posted before I had written it completely, I'll give the full story...

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Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #513 on: November 05, 2012, 12:46:14 PM »
Selma: Did any of you read that article about Greta in the paper?
Greta: That was all lies!
Cecilia: Really? Because I know for a fact that at least half of it happened.
Greta: Perry is just angry I wouldn't marry him.
Klara: Greta, this is us, we know all your tricks. You should know by now you can't lie to us about things like this.


Greta: Fine, it's all true. I just went a little crazy when dad died, that's all.
Julia: It's probably partly our fault, we should have kept better watch over you, I was just so depressed when your father passed. Maybe if I hadn't needed the grandmas so much...
Frida: Stop putting blame on yourself. Greta has to take responsibility for her own actions.
Greta: I just wish I could jump on a plane and go away from here. Go to another town and start over, and not have this reputation hanging over my head! I can't even get a clean slate!



Klara: Oh, stop feeling sorry for yourself! A clean slate isn't the answer to your problems anyway.
Greta: It isn't? I thought you were upset about what the paper said?
Elise: Your romantic liaisons are your own business, what we are really upset about is the fact that you haven't made any progress towards your immortality requirements.
Greta: I have been busy, my heart was broken after all.
Julia: Stop sticking your head in the sand like a Llama!
Selma: That's ostriches actually, Llamas spit.
Julia: Who cares? They both have long necks.



Greta: I can't believe you're calling me a Llama!
Julia: When the shoe fits.
Selma: When you act the way you did I would be surprised she didn't call you a Llama.
Frida: So would I.
Greta: You are all ganging up on me! Where's the love? You weren't this mean to me while dad were alive.



Klara: That's because you were a child then, now you are a YA, we expect more of you.
Greta: I hate you right now!
Selma: It's called tough love.
Cecilia: We know you don't really mean it.
Frida: You're actually only making this worse on yourself when you refuse to see the logic of what we are saying.
Elise: Are you by any chance pregnant?
Greta: Why?
Elise: I could forgive a lot of things if I got a nooboo to coo over.
Greta: I'm not sure actually.
Julia: Well, I for one would feel a lot better if you would become a bit more settled before becoming pregnant.
Klara: Weather you are pregnant or not - you have to make some changes! We expect you to have a plan by tomorrow.
Greta: But!
Frida: Stop complaining girl, and do your duty!


I went to my room right after that disturbing discussion. Was I really this immature person my mom and grandmas were portraying? Was I as shallow a character as Perry had painted me in that article? I needed advice, and I needed it now. I missed dad more than ever, he always made me see things clearly and helped me find my best qualities. Without him I had clearly become a person I didn't like very much.

I slept restlessly and woke up around midnight with a nagging feeling that I should go outside. That's when I saw him, dad had come back!

Stuart: There you are princess, I'm disappointed in you.
Greta: Oh, dad! Not you too.
Stuart: Yes me too, you are so much better than this. You know how I always used to tell you that every character trait has a light and a dark side?
Greta: Yes dad.

Stuart: Well, you have been dwelling on your dark side for too long. Instead of letting your dramatic trait lead you into a downward spiral you could channel all that passion into achieving your goals. You could make your inner diva shine by reaching the top of your career and let the world know how truly fabulous you are. And your flirty trait has the potential to give you the kind of love I shared and still share with your mother. All you need is to listen to your inner voice, if you feel you should punish yourself, do it by raising your athletic skill until you are exhausted. You are braver than you know. Trust in yourself and your feelings and everything could still be saved. Can you do that for me? Believe in yourself again?

Greta: For you dad, anything!
Stuart: How about a game before I have to go back to the other side?
Greta: Sure, why not.
Stuart: And the winner is me!
Greta: You've gotten better.
Stuart: Of course I have, there really isn't much for us to do but wait around anyway and your great-great- however many greatgrandfather VJ is crazy about this game. I've had a lot of practice.



Dad's visit had given me new energy and motivation. I felt like a new person, as I got up at the break of dawn to go to the military base. I had done it, I had joined the army. I was determined to show the busy bodies in Sunset Valley that I knew what service and honor meant. No matter what Perry wrote in the paper.


Mom and the grandmas were happy, so happy that they decided to throw me a party. I could actually have done without one, I've had all I could stomach of parties lately. At least they weren't serving any drinks.

Candi came, actually mom insisted, she was so happy Candi had finally became an elder.



The party was well attended, Perry showed up to gloat. And everyone brought food, maybe they thought it was a wake?

Oh wait, who's that?



It's Cary, and he's all grown up! Wearing camouflage swim trunks and looking fit. Is this what love feels like?


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I found myself a bit teary-eyed with Stuart's passing. Poor Julia. Poor Greta! Her reactions felt so very real.

Greta is so very different from the other immortals, but that is what makes her interesting! Fantastic couple of chapters! I hope that she can finally have the true love that she needs, even if she cannot marry him.

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #515 on: November 05, 2012, 01:02:04 PM »
Yaaay, I hope she isn't pregnant already; Caryboos!  ;D
I hope Greta can re-sort her life all the way back into proper order, and recover from that article.

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Chapter 173: A shared commitment
« Reply #516 on: November 05, 2012, 03:47:37 PM »
Seeing Cary felt strange and wonderful. It made me feel like a teenager again but this time it was all nerves and no hormones running through my body. I hesitated to contact him, I mean, would he even be interested in seeing me after all the things I'd done?

But I just couldn't help myself. I called him up and asked him to come over after I got home from work. I was surprised and happy when he agreed right away. And once I saw him again there wasn't a doubt in my mind that what I felt for him was more than a teenage crush, and I hadn't had a drink in several days so I knew my mind was clear.

I knew how I felt, the question was, how did he feel?

 

I guess this picture is rather self explanatory. Cary wasn't the least bit put of by my kiss, in fact he responded with one of his own.


Greta: I'm so happy you decided to come.
Cary: I'm happy you asked me.
Greta: We...I have done...what what you read in the pa....
Cary: I don't care!
Greta: But I've done some horrible things, and I've hurt a lot of people. Most wont even acknowledged me when they see me on the street anymore.
Cary: But I don't care about that, I only care about what we have. You've never lied to me or tried to make me believe you were something you are not. I can respect that. And if we agree to treat each other with that kind of respect I can overlook some of your more unfortunate qualities.



Greta: Such as?
Cary: Such as your insistence that you'll never marry me for example.
Greta: I...I just don't think I'm the right girl for that big a commitment.
Cary: So don't think. Let me worry about that, and you can focus on what we have right here and now.



Greta: You're such a sweet talker.


Greta: I might not feel ready for marriage, but there is another kind of commitment that I might consider...
Cary: Tell me more.
Greta: A shared commitment.



Spending the night relaxing in the hot tub with Cary felt wonderful. And eating breakfast with him the next morning was even better. Maybe this commitment thing could work, even if marriage wasn't involved. Maybe dad was right. Maybe I had the chance to get the same kind of love my parents had together.


When he had to go home because of work I made up my mind. I didn't like him leaving at all! He might not be allowed to move in, but there was nothing in the rules about sleepovers, permanent sleepovers. I'd just breach the subject when he got home from work and came over again.


With renewed vigor I threw myself at the treadmill, I suddenly had an endless supply of energy.


Until this happened. Best keep it a secret for now, but I think we all know what it means. And this time I do know who the father would be. I'll be interested to hear what he feels about my version of a shared commitment.


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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #517 on: November 05, 2012, 03:50:54 PM »
Yaaay, I hope she isn't pregnant already; Caryboos!  ;D
I hope Greta can re-sort her life all the way back into proper order, and recover from that article.

Once Cary got his claws in Greta she didn't really care all that much for other sims. I kept her trying to form another attachment, since Cary was so much younger and I wanted to get her pregnant asap, but she had a meltdown instead.

Now Cary is all grown up an she's popping wedding wished left and right. Poor girl.

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #518 on: November 05, 2012, 03:56:13 PM »
Once Cary got his claws in Greta she didn't really care all that much for other sims. I kept her trying to form another attachment, since Cary was so much younger and I wanted to get her pregnant asap, but she had a meltdown instead.

Now Cary is all grown up an she's popping wedding wished left and right. Poor girl.

Yessss, Caryboos!
It's so cute that he doesn't care about what's happened.  :)
She could at least get engaged even if she doesn't actually marry him...although with the wedding bug she could get married haha.

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #519 on: November 05, 2012, 03:58:49 PM »
She could at least get engaged even if she doesn't actually marry him...although with the wedding bug she could get married haha.

I was thinking about that too. Haha, but I didn't want to do anything that would mess up the game more than it already is.

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 172: A visit from the beyond
« Reply #520 on: November 05, 2012, 03:59:34 PM »
I was thinking about that too. Haha, but I didn't want to do anything that would mess up the game more than it already is.

At least let her get engaged, you know?


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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 167: Welcome to your party
« Reply #522 on: November 05, 2012, 07:10:45 PM »
Poor Greta! I'm glad she's finally figuring herself out. It's like watching a soap opera (and I mean that in the best way possible  :) ).

I don't have anything planned at the moment. Writing as I play has been fun, but at the same time it has also been less fun than just playing - I hope you understand what I mean. Also, I'll be moving in about two weeks so I will be super busy for a while. Right now all my focus is on getting the dynasty done before that. And before I install seasons, since I don't think the game file can take any more changes now. It's buggy as it is, and the latest patch really messed it up, even if it still runs (knock on wood).

Thanks for all the encouragement, and the comments, they help me get on with the writing when I feel kind of blocked.

I completely understand, and you definitely deserve a break after all your hard work  :). But two weeks! I have to prepare for Aurora withdrawals in only two weeks?

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 167: Welcome to your party
« Reply #523 on: November 05, 2012, 07:43:20 PM »
Poor Greta! I'm glad she's finally figuring herself out. It's like watching a soap opera (and I mean that in the best way possible  :) ).

I completely understand, and you definitely deserve a break after all your hard work  :). But two weeks! I have to prepare for Aurora withdrawals in only two weeks?

Just means you'll have to find another awesome dynasty to read haha.

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Re: The Aurora Immortal Dynasty - Chapter 167: Welcome to your party
« Reply #524 on: November 05, 2012, 07:47:56 PM »
Poor Greta! I'm glad she's finally figuring herself out. It's like watching a soap opera (and I mean that in the best way possible  :) ).

I completely understand, and you definitely deserve a break after all your hard work  :). But two weeks! I have to prepare for Aurora withdrawals in only two weeks?

I don't know if I'll be done with the writing by then, but I plan on having completed the game file.