Well, I suppose it is appropriate that a Dargon story containing a wedding would appear directly after my own marriage. This past Saturday (August first), we gathered our close friends at a nearby YMCA camp on Lake Maranacook. The weather was beautiful and the ceremony went perfectly. The reception featured steak, barbecued ribs, and corn on the cob, and was held outdoors. An excellent time was had by all, and I might venture to state that the bride and groom are very happy together. My thanks to everyone who attended and to those well-wishers on the network.
Plans for Pennsic are coming along very quickly now, and I shall expect to see people there. We shall be trying to get the Dargon project authors together on Thursday if possible. The newlyweds will be there all week, and may be found at the Endewearde campsite. Our banner is a blue field with a silver tower and wreath in the center. Alternating black and gold rays eminate from the tower. We shall be the only Endewearde representitives attending, so once you have found our site we should be the only tents there. Anyone at Pennsic is welcome to come looking for us.
So that is the news. As for this issue, we have an extra-special treat for you. The first story is the continuation of Jim Owens’ story begun in “Ornate Love”, and provides a fitting conclusion. The second story is my own “Legend in the Making”, which has been in the works for over 6 months. I hope you find great pleasure in it.