View Full Version : Tierra de los Muertos, Part VI
Part 6 is online. Only four more parts to go! Remember the good old days, when there were still five parts to go? :D;)
So what did you guys think of it? And Valora DeCazador, did you like him?
08-13-2002, 05:54 PM
There's a whole lot of nothing at the end of that link to part six.
What do you mean? I just started to download it then, so the file's there, and the link works.
08-14-2002, 11:51 PM
the link through the picture which is not there yet
works, but the link through the click here text
leads to an apalachian 404 blank white page,
may want to check the html there 8.
as for Red the Pirate with the:D shifting accent
which is okay because pirates are international,
he was a skeleton of the world so to speak.
*and whats this about parts?
I heard before from you 8 that there were 10 parts
with an additional surprise 11th,
what no 11?*
08-15-2002, 02:35 AM
The download worked just fine and dandy for me. I guess I'm just more special than everybody else. And more good-looking. And more smarterer.
Ah. It's that link. Righto. I'll get a pygmy assistant to fix that up tonight after he gets back from hisw Psychology lecture.
The pirate isn't named Red. The accent was mostly meant to be Scottish, but just turned out funny. :)
Here's a breakdown of the characters, for those that are confused:
The reaperman in the story, kind of the old hand in the Land of the Dead. He's the older brother of Death
Mr. Death (aka La Parca, aka Grim Reaper)
The Grim Reaper, and the closest thing this story has to a villain. La Parca is just the Spanish way of saying 'Mr. Death'
Tomas 'The Red' Encion
Ex-mafia worker. Very much a fast talker. Often known simply as 'Red'
Mortal. Chosen one.
Swashbuckling captain of the Boney Lass
The story itself is going to go for a total of 10 parts. Technically you could call the 11th part a part, but it's just something bonus. You'll find out in five weeks.
Gendo: Was there ever any doubt? ;)
08-15-2002, 07:20 PM
Not for a moment.
08-16-2002, 05:31 PM
So, aren't any of you actually going to comment on them? 8 of 12 I've enjoyed all of them so far, great job!
Nope, everyone's oddly silent, unless there's something wrong. :)
People, may I introduce Mark 'Mods' Lovegrove, he composed the theme to Tierra de los Muertos that you can hear under the narrator's voice.
08-18-2002, 12:47 AM
Somethings wrong...where's the rest of me?!
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