Back to moving forward
Monday, February 6, 2006

Okay, after spending many days (and especially nights) playing around with the fan vids and screen saver stuff, I finally got back to do some serious writing. Makes me feel better and settles my conscience some.

I wrote a little SF story, actually not intended as fan fic, but it does fit quite well into the Firefly 'verse, even though it has nothing to do with the Serenity or its crew at all. I did post it in the Blue Sun Room anyway and hope that people will not hate me for it.

I wrote it in German and then translated it to English, which was quite a challenge. I am content with the result, though.

Found another role player for my Serenity rpg group (so I now have three players already, I hope to get a fourth one on board soon and then we are ready to rock'n'roll). That is a cool thing. I wrote to Tobias just because I have played with him before and would love to have him in the group, but did not dare to hope that he already knows Firefly. His response was "I do not like Firefly, I LOVE it." He has watched to movie, too. A fellow Browncoat! Too cool.

And I unsuspectingly found another one among my colleagues at work, today. Like an army we come! Germany goes Fireflying!


Monday, February 6, 2006 3:28 PM


Asarian, RPG stands for “role playing game,” the most famous pencil and paper variety being of course Dungeons & Dragons.

And congrats on finding another player for your group, Capella! That’s always been the main stumbling block for me when it comes to RPGs—not enough people want to play at any given time. It’s irksome.

Monday, February 6, 2006 3:16 PM


Pfew! You got me scared there! For a brief moment I thought you "going back to moving forward" (witty, btw) meant you were gonna move on and leave the Verse! Argh! Perish the thought!

Glad to hear you are stuck, though. Oh wait, that didn't come out quite the way I meant to, lol. :)

P.S. What's an RPG? Last time I heard that term I was playing Doom, I believe. :) Must be somethin' else.


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