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Today’s entry covers Part 8 of Chapter 37 of A Memory of Light, in which regrets are had, fights are started, and consciences are surgically removed for the LOLZ.
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It can be fun to write your favorite authors to try and get a response, but we’re pretty sure Lemony Snicket takes the cake on this one. Tumblr user bowieonthebelafonte wrote Snicket as a young enthusiast, and received not a personal message, but something much better.
It’s in code!
Written by Hilary J. Bader and Rene Echevarria
Directed by Cliff Bole
Season 3, Episode 22
Production episode 40512-468
Original air date: May 8, 1995
Station log: Leeta, one of the dabo girls, goes over to Bashir and hits on him under the guise of being worried about a cough she doesn’t really have. Dax interrupts to let him know that the Lexington is due to put in at the station in three weeks. The ship’s chief medical officer is Dr. Elizabeth Lense, who was the valedictorian in Bashir’s class at Starfleet Medical, for which Bashir was salutatorian. Bashir tries and fails to play it cool regarding that, while Dax twists the knife on the subject quite nastily.
Sisko returns from a trip to Bajor where he checked out an ancient archive. He’s back with a goatee and the image of a solar sailing ship that, legend has it, explored the solar system and possibly went to Cardassia. Sisko intends to build a ship just like it, using the same tools the Bajorans used then (or as close as he can get). Kira thinks it’s cool that he’s doing it, but O’Brien is skeptical that the ship will be spaceworthy. He’s even more skeptical that such a ship would’ve made it to Cardassia. Kira tartly points out that the Cardassians have always said the same thing—that Bajor could never have achieved interstellar travel before they did.
“I don’t hear anything.”
Artist jbcasacop over at DeviantArt is starting up a fanart series called “Star Wars: The Throne Wars,” a mashup of that galaxy far, far away and GRRM’s Song of Ice and Fire series. For the first illustration we have an uncomparable rendering of Khal-Drogo as a Sith Lord.
Yeah, we’d run if he swooped down to our humble core world. Does this make Daenerys a Night Sister? Because that would actually be kind of awesome. The Starks are probably all Jedi who didn’t make it past the Purge, too. Yikes.
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The circus lies behind Micah Grey in dust and ashes.
He and the white clown, Drystan, take refuge with the once-great magician, Jasper Maske. When Maske agrees to teach them his trade, his embittered rival challenges them to a duel which could decide all of their fates.
People also hunt both Micah and the person he was before the circus–the runaway daughter of a noble family. And Micah discovers there is magic and power in the world, far beyond the card tricks and illusions he’s perfecting…