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Konkurs? (u mnie)Wiec ten no... Postanowilam zorganizowac maly konkurs.
A bedzie on polegal by narysowac mojego fursona i moja ponysone (na jednym rysunku). Jesli ktos nie umie narysowac wilka lub kucyka moze postac sponyfikowac lub zwilczyzowac. Mozna tez zamienic gatunki.
Pomysl jest calkowicie dowolny. Termin oddawania prac do 22.02.2015
Fursona: Vajper reference sheet
Ponysona: RockStar Reference sheet
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Last night’s episode, “End of Faes”, was strange. On one hand, it fitted smoothly with the rest of the episodes, not unlike its predecessor, which did not, but on the other...well...
Let us start with the plot. The Ancients decided to make peace, not war, and invited Team Bo to their party. Well, actually, it was party for Bo, for she is the daughter of Hades, one of the Ancients himself. Having been exiled to Tartarus a long time ago, he plans to come back now, and he has been using Bo as a power conduit to achieve this. Bo does not like it, and so she accepts the help of Zeus/Zee and Zee’s family in a plan to stop Hades from coming back. This included Zee cutting Hades’ mark off from Bo – literally.
The problem is that Zee’s offer of friendship and alliance to Bo was based on a vision of the future, where everything was going to die. The vision is true, but it was based on Iris, not on Hades. Iris may be the goddess of the rainbow, but she is also the channeller of Nyx, the primeval darkness and/or night.
Nyx, FYI, tends to get a bad rep in the press; for example, in Rick Riordan’s “House of Hades” novel she was depicted as powerful, but a scatterbrain at the same time. Here, in LG, Nyx is not even a person, but some sort of a creeping darkness that killed everything, from flowers to people, in a manner of minutes. Bo, though, being part Ancient herself, (and a daughter of Hades), is resistant to it, to an extent. Plus, she got a magical jack-in-the-box from Hades, as well as plenty of cryptic advice, to apparently contain this evil darkness, Nyx. (The Greek mythology keeps being bastardized by LG, it seems.) Fair enough.
So, while Bo is playing the music (and is about to face it, too), the rest of the team are not fairing much better either. Mark tried to hang out with Iris, and ended up being stabbed in the process. (Iris here comes across as really crazy, BTW.) Dyson and Lauren (with Vex appearing out of nowhere – continuity is really a bitch in LG) are trying to save him. Tamsin is zapped by lightning but bonds with Zee beforehand over heartbreak. Overall, a coherent, but a lackluster episode. There is no personal development, though Tamsin’s feelings for Bo, and her mini-conflict with Lauren were touching. There is plot development – we get to see Hades as a rather plain and ordinary-looking bloke... just how was he able to score with Aoife (Bo’s succubus mother)? But overall it is a slow moving, almost a filler of an episode. Maybe the next one will be more exciting.
PS: And the title of the episode, “End of Faes” – it sounds ominous, but has not really been developed in this episode; it must just be a preliminary of some sort, again.