It's been explained to me that it's not in my best interests to rush everything out in two months when DFRAG is not a short story… and not when I want people to get into it... I'm giving her words some serious thought.
She explained that dragging things out would actually entice people more and help build up a readership. She thinks very highly of my skills and I have no idea why. She's a childhood friend so she should know more than anyone else that this project is going to sit about collecting cobwebs once my own attention has moved on from it...
I'm also considering making a group for it. Again, because she encouraged it.
I'm not sure about the particulars of this sort of stuff.
Vergil couldn’t help but laugh. “Wow, okay. Usually the ones who’re openly hating just attack.”
“I won’t attack you if you tell me what a human is doing at a rally for Free Access.”
“I am in genuine support of this, actually.” He looked back towards the front of the gathering when she moved to hover at his side. “Or at least the idea of getting out of Server Continent. I'm not the only human here.”
She didn’t bother hiding her disbelief. “You exiles won’t shut up about how dangerous it could be.”
Vergil forced a smile. “Not all of us think that.” He then nodded towards the stage. "There's a bunch of humans up front. More than the group I traveled here with, even."
Nenshamon was about to say more, or was about to taunt him, when the noise of the crowd around them perked up and cheering began. Both turned their focus onto the makeshift stage of overturned semi-trucks.