Comments on 'Shaping'

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Razzle C.
New! Entered: 2012-12-27
*grin* That was totally great! I'm sure poor Rill was expecting a shriek of "what have you done, now, cubling?" followed by being thoroughly fussed over and his head kissed all better, or something. So delightfully effective of True Edge NOT to oblige! LOL. :) I agree, too, about how neat it was following True Edge's train of thought about 'honing' Rill. Great to see them interacting like this!
Emberra Owen
New! Entered: 2012-01-28
I really enjoyed that story. I loved seeing Rill and his Grandfather together. True Edge's thoughts of teaching Rill are really interesting. The way he calls it honing is really neat. It also interests me how he has to tell Rill to pick up what he knocked onto the floor, what an ill behaved child. :P Great story!
Whitney Ware
New! Entered: 2011-09-28
This is such a delightful read! It's fund to see True Edge playing stern grandpappy! This did leave me wondering how well True Edge's parenting style went over with on Rill's mom -- Quick Fang and True Edge are just both so very stubborn!
Heidi Henderson
New! Entered: 2011-07-21
Haha, I really couldn't help but chuckle at Rill here. He reminds me a bit of some of my nephews who got into trouble and then tried to grin/charm their way out of them.

It's neat to see True Edge's approach to grandparent-hood here, too. I, too, wonder what lessons he learned from his own children.
Lyn Cavalier
New! Entered: 2011-01-11
A precious story... What it makes me wonder is: How much was TE like this w/ his own kids, and how much did he have to learn the hard way?
Beth K.
New! Entered: 2010-12-05
Great comparison! I love True Edge in this story, and little Rill is just adorable. I think this is a great story for the two of them - it shows them testing each other; and I hope to see their relationship continue to grow and evolve!
Holly H.
New! Entered: 2010-11-21
I liked getting to see True Edge act the grandfather here -- something he hasn't gotten to do before, so you just know that he must be enjoying it! But it's also interesting that for all Rill seems to take after True Edge in looks, he's clearly also Suddendusk's son, and that sets up a bit of a clash between them that's interesting to see.
Melanie D.
New! Entered: 2010-09-15
That was a cute one. I like this sense of old versus young here. TrueEdge has a good father within him. I really like how he handles Rill here - Just showing him whos the boss without getting loud or anything. And I like that it picks up the question about raising a cub in the tribe. Its also very cool how much individual character shines through Rill. The need to get attention and all this. Im someone who thinks a lot in pictures and the one TrueEdge uses here shaping a blade is so fitting for someone named True Edge. Great one Angie!
The last line was just the icing on the cake!
Mareike Heilemann
New! Entered: 2010-08-30
Oh, this was great - I especially like the look at Rill, we haven't seen much of him yet! It was very interesting how he tried out different reactions to find the one that would work best with his grandfather. He's obviously good at thinking and adapting quickly - so there's hoping he will react positively to True Edge's influence!
Kyna Hansen
New! Entered: 2010-08-30
This is great. I like how so many people have been portraying the disciplining of cubs. It's good to see True Edge's philosophy on child rearing. Reminds me a bit of my grandmother, and how the right look can get a response from kids.
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