Comments on 'Axes and Archers'

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Peggy B.
New! Entered: 2015-12-29
It is great to see this addressed by the elves themselves: possible drawbacks of being not received by Recognition. I must admit, I'd totally forgotten that Raven was "spark"-born, too (nice word for it, by the way!).
And thanks, of course, for choosing my pic to build a story around!
Sofia Lindström
New! Entered: 2015-12-26
It's always great to read stories that connect the tribe's past to their present! Really underscores how old some of our elves are. And it's also good to get examples of elves born outside of Recognition who don't have any medical problems from said "different" birth. Great story!
Ingrid G.
New! Entered: 2015-12-21
I'm so glad you wrote this story. The whole concept of "spark-cubs" always bothered me. The theory being that Recognition doesn't care about the parents, only the cubs. As in why/when/how would a genetically "basic" elf be able to Recognize? ... But as One Leg pointed out, Raven lived a great life, had two children and four grandchildren, so it all works out!
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