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Two Pistols Pariah and his adventures on the Merry Sue


A bit of background. Every night my youngest asks me “What should I dream about?” For the last four years or so, I’ve come up with a dream for her. Most of the dreams centre around the world of Faraway, something that I created for my eldest 8 years ago, and which involves, Gnomes, all the types of Fairies, Grindleys, Gremlins and other sundry items.

Tonight I say, “Dream about a Gnome bounty hunter, who’s hunting a Gnome that’s making Black Mushroom Beer and selling it to Grindleys.” As soon as I said it, I just knew that I had to make a note of that.

I ran downstairs – not literally, that would be dangerous – and make a note in my dragon skin – yes, real dragon skin, I got it from the land of Faraway, to which only I have access – note book. Then I drew a picture of the airship that he and his party members lived on, the Merry Sue. Then, I got my iPad, logged onto this blog and did some more typing and some character description.

I now have;

Main POV – Two Pistols Pariah, the Gnome Bounty Hunter
Sidekick – Whipsaw, a Tree Fairy
Enginair – Stokes, a Gnome enginair.
Cabin Boy – Jiggledash Rapidpuff
Ship – Merry Sue
Battle Mouse – Gnippah

Thank God I’ve already got a damn world designed for this stuff! To be honest, I can’t wait to surprise them with this story.

The Merry Sue, battered and worn, but with one of the most powerful engines there is. I know, I need to add the damn engines, and a chimney stack.

The Merry Sue, battered and worn, but with one of the most powerful engines there is. I know, I need to add the damn engines, and a chimney stack.

About mattsylvester

Father of two beautiful daughters and married to the beautiful Karen, Matthew has been reading and writing fantasy and science fiction since he first read the Hobbit at the age of 7.

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    Posted by mattsylvester | March 11, 2013, 11:20 pm

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