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Logic is flexible, poetry is immutable.
1 August 2017 02:33 am (UTC)
«I realise that he’s an evil psychotic megalomaniac, but it takes two to tango and you are so bloody prejudiced that it’s bordering on the ridiculous.
– Given the torture during the Year that Never Was, this seems not entirely fair, but the Seeker is, as you say, towards the end of his tether…
The answer was immediate. In the aftermath of the Time War, ‘We landed on the wrong planet’ would have been roundly ignored in favour of more immediate and desperate emergencies, the whole universe probably crying out.
– So, so imaginable. Let alone the question of whether there was anyone to answer even the more desperate cries, and the likelihood that there wasn’t.
This is brilliant. I don’t remember before there being bits where you show us the Seeker learning to do this. We see him learn he can stop being deathly afraid of it in
A Good Day
, and in the post-epilogue chapter to
he has it already figured out and has been doing it for centuries, but seeing him learning how to get from A to B, and presumably making mistakes along the way, feels like a quite important missing piece, now you start filling it in.
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