The Asclepion

By Oxadrenals. October 11th, 2010

Since, amazingly, I’m still around, we’re starting the next — and probably the last — narrative. I’m calling it “The Asclepion.” Which (for those lots of you who don’t know ancient Greek and those few who don’t know how to Google) refers to a healing temple.

There will be lots of authors for this part, not just me or Janice. Also, it might get into real time. I’ve set things up so Menniss can insert things by himself.

That seems to make him nervous so he’s sending things to me and I’m fixing em up a bit. I asked Francine if she’d contribute too, but she hasn’t said yes. (She hasn’t said no either. She’s frying size-dwarfing fish.) So, in the mean time, I’m going to write her parts all on my own, with a lot of poetic license. — Ox

4 Comments

  1. Observer says:

    Strange. I was just doing the same thing, frying fish.

  2. Oxadrenals says:

    You know, she has bigger fish to fry? (cause explaining puns always makes them funnier.)

  3. Merlin says:

    I liked your pun, Ox.

    • Observer says:

      I did too. I just played on it a bit with my own…lol (I really was frying fish, though. That’s what made it so funny. XD)

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