Reading through that entire story was like the feeling of reading through my grandma’s obituary again. That feeling of immense sadness, hopelessness, and relief. Relief that it was going to be over, and crushing hopelessness of know you can’t do anything more but wishing fervently that it continue. Memento Mori was an apt name, may you keep on writing stories this good. Stranger Alien Don’t Talk To Strangers Funny T-Shirt Thank you. I’m sorry. It was a hard one to write. A mixture of wishing to get as much joy as I could, without ignoring the painful reality; but more than anything I wanted it to be about hope Damnit don’t worry, you did wonderfully. I am currently being assaulted by onion ninjas as we speak.
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I see my Grandpa in the old man who passed from cancer when I was young, it feels good to see him again even if it is in a fictional character. Blowing up?! These bastards took earth from humans. I do believe it’s time to break out the biological weapons. Instant death is a mercy they don’t deserve Oooooooo… I LOVED their version of the triangle. Had I known? I would have so stolen the idea ???? But yeah, they visualise the shadow on the moon idea way more viscerally than I imagined it. So awesome. Stranger Alien Don’t Talk To Strangers Funny T-Shirt On the “Ace of Spades” gun that belonged to one of the main characters, Cayde-6, the main perk is called “Memento Mori”.
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Straight up thought this was ment as a Destiny reference to begin with, what with the title and triangle ships. This is some true HFY. Space orcs are fun but what we really are is community builders. We can’t help it. When ever we suffer a catastrophe we build community. Stranger Alien Don’t Talk To Strangers Funny T-Shirt When we meet the varelse we make them not råman, främling or utlänning, we make them friends. Community is what makes cats and dogs to love us because we loved them first. This is such a touching, heart breaking, well written piece that I find it hard to put it into words. You have (in my mind) captured the subtle fear of a certain death, the hope of a better future, and have perfectly described how us brits would react to the situation.