(PART DEUX)Grapper's Return:

  • Notes: This is an entry for the May Chron Challenge. As fan-fiction fan-fiction, it is endorsed by neither gandreas, the author of Cythera, or Grapper, the author of the original chron, (Introduction)Grapper's Return:.


    (continued frompart one)

    Grapper is confused. He says to Hector, "I do not understand. We are not in Cythera?"
    "No," Hector says. "We are in a desert. That is why we are riding camels."
    "Oh," says Grapper. "That makes sense. I have many camels."
    Grapper and Hector ride for six hours in the desert. There are many camels. There are no ruffians. Grapper is sad because there are no ruffians to kill but he is happy because the ruffians are no more. Night falls and it begins to get cold so they set up camp. Grapper says, "Hector, will you tell me a bedtime story?"
    Hector says, "OK. Once upon a time there was a great hero. First he slew many bandits, then he slew their leader. It was good."
    "Hector," Grapper says. "Is this story about me?"
    "Yes, you have caught me. It is a story about you. You are a great hero."
    But Grapper was already asleep.

    (continued inpart three)

    This post has been edited by Pallas Athene : 14 April 2014 - 07:48 AM

  • Nice addition! I think you capture the tone of Grapper's epic masterpiece well ^_ ****^ Maybe needs more action : __D

    The suspense! Will Hector & Grapper make it to Cythera? I hope you or someone else continues it!

  • I didn't think it would be possible, but this is a fitting continuation of Grapper's story.

  • I agree: this does read like a real continuation of Grapper's original story...

    So, did Grapper hack Pallas's account...or is Pallas actually Grapper?

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