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© 2004-2020. Amberleigh Chronicles is written by Robert Stradley & Leslie Dubiel-Stradley, and illustrated by Robert Stradley. Characters and elements of Amberleigh Chronicles are TM and © 2012-2014. Robert Stradley. All rights reserved. Graphic novels are published by Twisted Tail Productions PO box 9778 Wichita Falls, Texas, USA 76308. All names, characters, places, and events are ficticious and are meant to be treated as such. Any resemblence to actual persons past, present, or future is entirely coincidental. Our improbability drive is still on the fritz, so if anyone knows a good improbability technician, please advise. If you can read this, you probably don't need new glasses.

Dec 31 , 2009


 

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Page 1. These are the six original members of the Troupe, all gathered by Gwnedolyn. If you look closely at the characters, you will notice that there are few stereotypes that havn't been broken. During development, we went out of our way to make everything new -- an Elf that wasn't anorexic, a Zwerg who was strong and proportional, a Thal who was tall, muscular, and intelligent, a Calabresian swordsmaster who was more like a cowboy than a barbarian, a Pixie who wasn't bug-like, and a Mountain Man who actually looked and dressed like someone from the cold climates now residing in the HOT SOUTH. Also a comment on the title -- Prelude: Il etait une fois. French is the language of the Elfes - light, lyrical, and lousy with idioms. Can anyone explain the idiom and why it might apply to this story? - -- Robert Stradley and Leslie Dubiel-StradleyWeekend Artists.

 
 
 
 
 
 
 
 
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