Comments on 'Fishing for Your Supper'
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New! Entered: 2015-12-13
|This was really interesting! I liked getting Otter's perspective of the Bluestone Cave, and he comes off as so genuine in his desires and frustrations. True Edge really shines as a mentor here too, with rather convincing strategies reinforcing his lessons.|
New! Entered: 2014-04-11
|It's good to see True Edge be almost subtle, here -- finding a way to teach (or reinforce) several lessons to Otter, without actually being overbearing about it; which is good, because as a brash teenager, True Edge's usual style would just put Otter's back up and then the kid wouldn't learn anything! Here he manages to remind Otter that as much as Otter might be drawn to the excitement of hunting, he has other skills that shouldn't go to waste.|
New! Entered: 2014-03-04
|Very good way to point out the difference between the a regular day in the Holt and the consequences of the threat nearby! Also nice to see True Edge get to be a helpful, understanding teacher to Otter without losing his direct manners.|
New! Entered: 2013-02-13
|It's so neat to see True Edge's skills as a leader / teacher here. He clearly is a pracmatic wolfrider. I also like how well this works told from Otter's POV. It provites a good look into the young versus the oldhere I think. The way Otter is so eager to learn new things and do what he at the moment desires so much versus True Edge's more experianced view on the situation and that they need to focus on things they ARE good at. By the way I also really like seeing Otter in / on his element here again ;)|