2017-12-29 (F) Weekly Summary

It occurred to me that not everyone reading this blog is willing to read through all the previous blogs in order to catch up to the current day and there are a lot of past blogs about Charged: DesertIrish. To help people understand what is happening, I wrote an introduction to Charged: DesertIrish which encourages people to start the story and it gives some background about why I started and what makes it important to me.

For everyone reading along, here are the spoilers for the week.

Construction of the ship was winding down. Most of the systems had been tested under duress anyway. The calmer atmosphere was reflected during a somber lunch.

There was an intentional point of inconsistency in the story where a member of ONYX was seen with super-human powers earlier in the story but didn't have the powers during the highway attack. This was exploited by Jason so he could get a better idea of how ONYX operated. Of course, he was not entirely correct in his guessing.

Amos, formerly known as Head, talked about how he got the street name with his brother, Motor. This backstory also illuminated why he doesn't want the name anymore and a different name he wanted.

Jason and Heather finish what they were capable of in regards to the ship construction then they leave. Dawson offers to go with them and help but Jason dissuades him with the promise that he can provide him with missions where an airship can do a lot of good.

This marked the end of the story and completion of the first rough draft. The next step will be to clip out a portion suitable as a stand-alone story and edit it for publication. The word count for this story was excessive in regards to a debut novel, triple the recommended amount. I'm not foolish enough to think that this story can defy the consensus regarding length. It should be split into at least three parts: a story, sequel, and prequel. Recording will probably start over in order to keep consistency throughout the sessions.

Charged: DesertIrish

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