Okay, now you got my muse excited about that idea. ;)
That's true... it's still a fun show despite the problems caused by different screenwriters.
I don't remember the episode(s) where that happened, but that's not surprising, considering how many years the Doctor has been traipsing around...
The way Doctor Who explained it was that you could view yourself but not change your own actions, if memory serves. I think each additional "you"...
"Only" 12k pages, he says. :rolleyes:
We're getting off topic here. I think the point is, non-stereotypical cultures do exist in fantasy, you...
I got a stack of "to read" books already. :p
Darn it, Steerpike, you're really making me wanna read those books!
(for the) Memories
Funny that you mention the Drow in your original post. If you read the Drizzt Do'Urden books, especially the prequel trilogy where it delves...
If memory serves, it does. It's been a while, tho.
I concur. Even indy author Brock Deskins includes a character from a desert, nomadic society in his very first book.
We'll see how well you can convince the voting members that it fits with the theme. :devil:
I didn't know any cats were actual members... except perhaps for the Feline Overlord. ;)
Now that does sound kinda interesting...
I'm not seeing much magic in the description...