Re: crossover by
on 2019-12-12 13:18:56 UTC
o.o o.O 0.0 by
on 2019-12-08 21:59:14 UTC
Oh man, I really like the idea behind this! The forays you've made into ancient Yeerk legend are especially cool. I like the idea that the Lone Power "helped" them in some destructive way in the past, but due to the imperialist mindset of the modern Yeerk culture, they've come to venerate the time and the being. It's also an interesting idea that there used to be Yeerk wizards more commonly, but because of the turn the empire took, the benevolent mindset needed for wizardry became rare among Yeerks. I'm hyped for more of this story . . . and to actually read Young Wizards at some point. <_<
—doctorlit also really loves the coinage of "Visserarchy"
Well that was a summary that grabbed me by the scruff and refused to let go until I'd read it.
I never got as far as the Animorphs books that got inside the Yeerks' heads, so I can't say how in-character this is, but as a depiction is holds together very nicely. I'm definitely interested in reading more.
A Yeerk wizard. Good grief...