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No Moss 10/40

No Moss 10/40 published on 5 Comments on No Moss 10/40

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Juniper (narrating): Ah, the good old days. When Moss was Thorn’s second-in-command. She was great at it. Even seemed to know how to handle Marula.

She and Thorn got each other perfectly, too. They could be so in-sync, sometimes they moved like two halves of a whole.

They never let the rest of us see how much behind-the-scenes work (and arguing) it took to keep up.

Moss (flashback): We can push them farther! The team can take it!

Thorn (flashback): That’s not the point!

Juniper (narrating): . . . until I got promoted. Then Thorn could tell me some stories.

Thorn (flashback): Why don’t you like the plan?

Moss (flashback): It won’t look good.

Thorn (flashback): You mean that it won’t seem ethical?

Moss (flashback): I mean that it’ll seem silly.

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Wasn’t Moss’s heartsword a scimitar?

Knights page on the wiki says Scimitar, but the heartswords page lists Moss as a Backsword.

Either way, we don’t see enough of the blade to be sure that Moss isn’t holding a scimitar. some of them curve quite far from the crossguard.

On further inspection and thought, I think Moss is meant to be a Backsword-wielder. It would mean that Juniper and Moss share a heartblade type, and (This may be me reading too much into a single page) Juniper feels that Violet would have been a (however slightly) better choice as Thorn’s second, but being a Backsword type instead of Longsword put them forward, avoiding the second-in-command being the same type as the commander.

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