Pt. 1 Ch. 6 - Page 5
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joeyballast
8th Jun 2016, 10:48 AM

I guess mind-bending nightmares can become mundane after enough of them.

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ProfEtheric
8th Jun 2016, 11:37 AM

I feel their pain... kind of. (I am a serious insomniac, but I do NOT, as far as I know, have a direct connection to Father Dagon, et al...)

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ProfEtheric
8th Jun 2016, 12:57 PM

It's hard to be a Deep One when your family all came from the Midwest (Iowa) for several generations... Plus, I don't have a great affinity for water.

Now, Viking blood... THAT I have. :)

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ProfEtheric
8th Jun 2016, 4:19 PM

Nah...

You know how many Vikings settled inland and turned their swords to plowshares? I mean this in a fairly literal sense. The places I grew up (in my early life) were small farming communities in northwest Iowa, which are DOMINATED by Norwegian and Swedish families...

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MistakeNPotatoes
8th Jun 2016, 4:21 PM

I'm just kiddin', man XD

I have a friend with norse heritage, we're not too far apart in location there so it makes sense :)

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ProfEtheric
8th Jun 2016, 4:28 PM

Ironically, now my location is a lot more conducive to Deep One activity. There is a canal right in my backyard that is a hop, skip, and a Smurf away from the Gulf of Mexico. I mean, it's not rotten old Innsmouth, but still... :)

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MistakeNPotatoes
8th Jun 2016, 5:40 PM

That's pretty cool - it's pretty well documented that different kinds of deep ones can live in different areas, too, so it might not be the fishy-frog types that we're familiar with in Innsmouth but there may be a particular strain of them near the warmer coastal waters...

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MadJak91
8th Jun 2016, 11:49 AM

Hugh my boy :>

Honestly, I can never tell whether Al is half-asleep or awake so I am surprised Hugh can lmao :D

Reminds me of work. Something gets wrong, you wake up the next day thinking time passed, screw-ups healed then someone reminds you that not really and it is back to the same business :/

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MistakeNPotatoes
8th Jun 2016, 12:49 PM

Mah boi

Haha, I guess if you've been around someone long enough you get to read them better? :D

But yeah, definitely the scenario.. hey, maybe things are better today! No, nope. Still all screwed up.

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MadJak91
8th Jun 2016, 1:12 PM

This is why I like Hugh and his optimism.

The typical scenario is naive morning when you think nothing happened or things changed before you are thrown into cold water again thinking: "Wait. We screwed up last time... Damn. Back to reality."
Not Hugh I guess.

Ninjad by Mem.

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MistakeNPotatoes
8th Jun 2016, 1:26 PM

It takes a significant amount of work to really drag him down, for sure. Still, he's not infallible.

This is a fun chapter for the big lug :')

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Taily
8th Jun 2016, 3:19 PM

no wonder Al is so existentially wracked, he spends all of his time staring into the void of completely blank books

hugh's attitude is so sweet though!

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MistakeNPotatoes
8th Jun 2016, 3:25 PM

I debated whether I should put scribbles on there or not.. I think I might go back and fix the page so it has scribbles on it now that I've looked at it long enough.

Hugh's always trying to bring people up :)

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Ahakarin
9th Jun 2016, 7:44 AM

Just because you're the eldritch tainted spawn of an eternal seething sea-demon doesn't mean you have to be downbeat.

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