When Tulinn invited Hrae to punch her, I thought that it might be because Hrae would be an intangible shadow. But she was holding a knife earlier, so apparently she can affect physical objects. And then it turns out that it’s Tulinn who’s intangible. How about them apples? ;-)
Heh, good call. As a matter of fact, the original concept for Hrae did include the inability to interact with the world, but we decided it was redundant to have two characters like that. So she’s got some other weirdness instead, which hasn’t come up yet. :]
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Is Tulinn intangible all the time? That would be a neat explanation as to why “…it’s been years since she set pen to paper…”
“Tulinn, I haven’t seen you in forever! Written anything new lately?”
“I had to give it up.”
“What! Why? You’re such a great poet!”
“… … …”
Also her dress is neat, especially the arm-things. And her ever-so-slightly flyaway hair. She makes static electricity look /good/. XD
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