Last time, Wren and Ratcatcher’s plot arcs wrapped up for the book, in so much as a cliffhanger and a fakeout count as wrapping up. This time, we’ll get the same for Yuyu and Holok.
Tag: Chosen of the Sun (Exalted)
Last time, Yuyu vs Holok! Somehow, neither dies. It’s all very sad.
Back to Wren, who’s enjoying his tea.
Last time, Ratcatcher finds out Wren’s missing.
And back to Yuyu!
Last time, Wren!
This time…Ratcatcher. Who’s about to go look for Wren.
Last time, Yuyu slaughters Dragonblooded.
And back to Wren again. You can really feel how the author’s just recently realizing that wait, he’s got to wrap things up before he’s allowed to end the book. No more time for new characters.
Last time, now there’s two Solars in this book!
And now we switch back to the first one. Or more exactly, the Dragonbloods trying to kill him.
Last time, finally some damn charm use.
This chapter, back to Wren!
Last time, Wren is now in the clutches of a surprisingly squeamish deathbyssal.
…back to Holok. Luckily something will actually happen this time.
Last chapter, Wren is now in the Prince of Shadow’s clutches. This is pretty awful, but it’s hard to remember that when everyone’s acting like they’re in a bad cartoon.
Now it’s back to the so interesting Holok.
Last time, Yushuv was so worried about the Wyld Hunt coming back he decided to camp out right next to the road. Today, Ratcatcher. So total competence has probably remained stable.
Last chapter, ZOMBIES. Also Holok being annoying.
This chapter, Yushuv and some reminiscing.
Last time, humadoggies ate a humadoggy and there was a bit of philosophy.
Now, it’s Neleh again.
Last time, I really don’t like Holok. Now, Ratcatcher and Wren again.
Last time, Wren got threatened a bit and Ratcatcher emoed. Now back to Holok, the most boring Sidereal.
Last time on Solars, a raiton god lays down the exposition and tells Yushuv that he’s awesome and always right because that’s certainly something you want to encourage in Solars.
Now back to Wren and Ratcatcher. So still technically involving an exalt, even if it’s just the semibyssal.