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  • in reply to: Two ideas for magic #29308
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    What about magical tattoos for human enhancement?

    in reply to: Ten Year Anniversary #29307
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    That is actually less time than I thought

    in reply to: Demon Accords Compendium 3 Suggestion (Spoiler) #29238
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    @Barbiel4prez I agree that there are some serious double standards issues in the books. That is one of my biggest points of irritation with the books.

    in reply to: US Government Explained, Maybe #29214
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    Well, from all the movies with crazy goverment black ops, books with opressive goverment agencies combined with things like the CIA and other agencies has actually done, and looking in from the outside I don’t see it as satire. Wild and unlikely, yeah, but not improbable.
    /e

    in reply to: Declan’s court #952
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    I don’t like TJ. He’s an ass.

    Since Declan isn’t bound by not bringing witches to fairy, he should round up a bunch and blow the queens to @#%%£¥¥ 🙂

    /E

    in reply to: Chris #926
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    Hi

    I’d like to see more Chris books, but I don’t agree with him being phased out. I enjoyed rogues very much, same with caeco, and Declan’s books are good as well. What I’m seeing is a widening of the world, and I hope it continues.

    There could be books about what Tanya and Chris have been doing parallel to what went on in summer book, and at other times.

    My concern is the power of omega, who is quickly becoming very OP.

    in reply to: Demon Accords Compendium 3 Suggestion (Spoiler) #908
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    I agree with a book about D & S pack.

    Instead of point of view though, I’d like to see some people get their due, like General Creek, and Nathan Stewart – who I dislike almost as much as Creek. I would also like to know more about how Brock and Efina could be so monumentally stupid to challenge Declan as they did, and what Chris and the others thinks about it.

    I’m also a bit curious about why people from fairy returns there when they die, sort of like demons do.

    One other question is will we see any nephilims? I mean demons fathered offspring, so why not angels?
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    in reply to: New Reader #902
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    I agree with you about book one from Lydia’s perspective would be awesome. Actually I’d buy any books retelling any of the stories from someone elses perspective.
    /e

    in reply to: Spoiler demon devine musings #864
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    No, that would really be iteral hell with the imlaws. 😀 sunday dinners wouldn’t be fun either
    /erik

    in reply to: Spoiler demon devine musings #862
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    Hahaha! That was really funny, grumpy! 😀

    in reply to: Is Brock in trouble? #705
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    Grim attacking Declan would be the influence of the Black Dog, I think.
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    in reply to: Is Brock in trouble? #703
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    Yes, Brock lost it. So did Efina. The were too occupied with appearances and forgot that their action could affect their relationship with Chris.

    Surprised they turned into assholes in this situation.

    in reply to: More fun questions (can spoil some things) #696
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    I’m not sure if angels and demons have souls…I mean Lucifer did revolt against God, but Barbiel said he could not refuse a task – due to lacking free will – but he could choose how he went about it. Sooo, do they have souls, but not free will? Did God remove free will after Lucifer revolted, or are Lucifer and the demons a special breed/type of angels that could choose to revolt? And I wonder if Fae have souls? Their essence returns to faerie much like demons do when banished…

    There are many questions about angels and demons. And about the greate scheme of things. I mean, demons speak about the children of God when talking about humans, but what about the rest of the species in the universe? Why are humans and earth so special for the demons? Do other species have their own demons? And are fae damned by their actions, as humans are or is there something else they are measured by? ‘Cause if some humans are damned by murder and torture and such, then the queens and their courts should be having horns by now and heading downstairs.

    in reply to: Is Omega right about humanity? #695
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    @Gog, that would’ve been so much fun! Beer, discussion about books, and here and there some discussion about the fate of humanity! That’s a great way to spend time!

    /e

    in reply to: Is Omega right about humanity? #686
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    Well, I think we can learn, but humans tend to go two step forward and one back. And to be honest, I don’t think we really have time to back-step much.

    We’ll probably get a rude awakening soon with climate change concerning our physical environment and our economic models and systems are not equipped to handle sudden shift needed. So I’m a bit pessimistic, but the possibility to learn and change is there if we can look further than a couple of year forward at a time.

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