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Trevor and Jason's 'Thing Wot's Sort Of Like An Advent Calendar', #10 - Diary of a Necromancer
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Trevor and Jason's 'Thing Wot's Sort Of Like An Advent Calendar', #10
10.) Can you define a turning point in your character’s life? Multiples are acceptable.

There's the obvious one for Trevor, of course, but he would probably place it, more subtly, at his decision to say I cannot in good conscience take up arms in this war, because to his mind that was the fulcrum to everything that followed. There have been other, smaller moments he'd point to as being of unusual significance: That student ringing his doorbell one morning in the Sixties who'd come expecting someone much older than himself. Sitting on Max's settee in the evening of one bright September day as it sank in how many other things were going to change for the worse. Meeting Jason on the L...

Jason's muttering about Jim the Fish again and how unfair it is to make him answer these in reference to his in-story-time self because he can't really let on about graduating and the restaurant and Stormageddon, Dark Lady Of All, but he'll concur with Trevor that their meeting was way up there on the short-list. Washing out of his first try at college also registers, in the respect that it was what it took to wake him up to how important it was going to be for him to find a path that genuinely made him happy in life.



...I kind of think that they're doing shots after each question like this is a game of "Truth or Dare" and we've just hit maudlin on the blood-alcohol scale.

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