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Main players
Ayl, mathematician, physicist, linguist, theoretician, and the second coming of Dan. No one knows who or what Dan was, nor why it requires a second coming
Coleoptera Bailey, theoretician, artisan, and cohort of Ayl
Apod, the Anthropomorphic Personification Of Death and Creator of Pregnant Pauses
Dean, his less successful half brother
Dead People, Dead People

Fayle, librarian, scholar, genius, and completely unaware of any of it
Maximillian, Fayle's normal half and Keeper of the Tome
Bench Philosopher, savant

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by Aylear
I didn't know you like Shakespeare.
Oh, yes. When I came for him on his birthday, he even beseeched God to bemute my mephitic presence.
You do not know what that means, do you?
Not if I can help it.
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1 - Ayl and Bail : 3 - Death And All His Friends

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Aylear says:

Shakespeare died on April 23, 1616, but his birth date is actually unknown. It is traditionally observed on April 23 - St George's Day and his date of death - because of his baptism on April 26. This mistake can be conclusively traced to an eighteenth-century scholar, but it remains an appealing myth.
posted Mar 25th, 2009 ( permalink )

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