False premise, false conclusion. (Near-drabble, Hojo/Lucrecia.)
- I loved this story. You made Hojo human and still kept him as a scientist and now I'm tempted to read more Hojo/Lucrecia stuff. ^^ The fact that Hojo didn't use Lucrecia's name just the "L" to mark his 'failed project' seems especially in character and makes me shiver just a bit.
(#) Kasan_Soulblade 2012-10-13 12:33:35 AMits odd to see a l/h piece as almost everyone else goes for the more overshipped couples. so kudas for creativity. she is right... about his charts. the thought behind thier creation is both touching, thought provoking, and a mite chilling, and that blends together to show a more human hojo pre in game events.
meh sorry about grammer. using a phone to type, a very un smart phone...
i have a question about the title. it seems related to the word synopsis at firs glance.. is it? is ther meaning to the title? old webster doesnt have the term and i cant use punctuation much less google...
thanks for posting this piece.
Author's responseThank you! I actually had to reread the story just now to remember what the title meant since it's been six years, but yeah. A syllogism is a logical argument in which a conclusion is determined from two or more premises. Since Hojo lost one of his premises, he could no longer reach the conclusion he'd had with Lucrecia.