Monday, 5 June 2017

"Tonight your king has sword for heart..."

So, as a return of a favour, in the early pages of the second part of Goose, an old Chinese guy tells Kay that somewhere during his re-instatement (his rescue/resurrection), Morpheus actually lost it and ate his own sword, replacing the heart. Though Morph later regrets this and changes his mind, half of the book is Kay trying to make sure his dark side doesn't take over completely. 
      Here Morpheus is more how I see him, the twisted version of the antique character, but, you know... I've brough the shading down to 5. Two to go. Go me :D