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Enly, September 11, 2007 in Stories
To be honest, I actually wish the story was longer. Vlasian gets involved in so many stories that have a lot of depth, like the political feud between Idaloran and Irsis, the conflict between Akuen and Mishisan -- both the towns and the ancient brothers (which I loved as an idea), the Tear of Sedicolis and The Voice of Palon (the powers and separation of those is a story unto itself) -- it's like the story of Vlasian is a way to tell large parts of the history of Irilion. I actually thought it would make a good story cycle, like a Vlasian series.
like acelon said
I also enjoyed the idea of Selain playing with the fates and politics of Irilion's people through this "chosen child" of his. Is Vlasian a son of Selain (maybe literally)? I thought he might be, without knowing it, obviously. I wish we had seen more of Selain in the story, or heard more about Selain's plots against the people of the other gods.
I never really decided who Vlasian's father was or how vlasian was concieved, but i definately don't see Vlasian being Selain's son. Selain just wants to use Vlasian to achieve his goals, and an orphan boy growing up in a decent sized city with a good amount of crime could produce the sort of servant Selain was after
Selain is most certainly my favorite EL god, and I would have loved to have written more into the story about him, but its Vlasian's story not Selain's. And the gods must retain some air of mystery
Between this and your other story, I really have to say your ideas are exciting. Both times, you've left me wishing for more.
Thank you, I really wish I could elaborate more on some of the stuff brought up in this story, but I really can't write that many different stories. I do have an attachment to characters however, once their made I like to use them again. So Vlasian and characters from Sarma's story will likely come up again in any coming stories .
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