Human is one of my favorite answers--and it is so Ed!
War of the Spider Queen really cemented the place of drow in my heart.
I will keep an eye out for the Deadmaster, but I have a hard time believing anyone could take Szass Tam's place in my heart. That stone-cold lich is cruel and unusual in all the right ways.
Villain-turned-heroes are also some of my favorites. I like complicated characters, with arcs, and if you are a villain who turned into a hero, you are definitely that!
It's true--no one said that you weren't Szass Tam!
That's a good question! I'll add it to the list of prospective questions.
I would actually prefer to have an author write a play that encapsulates an important moment in one of their main characters’ development, something that we hadn’t yet been told and that they’d normally do in a short story or flashback.
I'm glad you enjoyed City of the Dead! But as for what constitutes a book about the undead, I disagree. Zombieland is absolutely about zombies, and it does not have a zombie as a protagonist. The word "about" does not denotate or conotate whether the subject is an antagonist or a protagonist. That being said, you'll have to let me know what you think of Realms of the Dead--it has some of both!
If you want to be friends, make sure I have an idea who you are. Only a nick really doesn't tell me anything... Twitter taught me to not just accept anyone (I can't believe people spam through twitter but they do).
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