There once was a story about a sorceress and her apprentice. They once took part in the battle againt Cronus, alongside the seven heroes- you know that story, don't you? This one I'm about to tell ...
(#) CompetiveSwimmaChick 2007-06-23 11:35:46 AMOHHHH THIS ONE IS REALLY HEATING UP.. AND IT'S JUST THE FIRST CHAPTER!!! yep, really like it. the thingie at the beginning with the prologue was gr8 - really interesting. And I want you to update asap befoer I die of suspense. Oh, and on that note, I'm gonna go and rate it EXCITING!!! Would give some construtive critism but not that sure i have any.. LOL. Hurry and update!! Luv ya!
(#) Prophet 2007-07-03 08:31:42 PMGreat story Demenior, but one question how exactly can archie age? Doesn't he carry the powers of achilles who was immortal besides the fact that he could die in battle if struck in his only weakspot. Even if he could age he is immune to sickness and the rest of his body is to strong to just simply give up or fail. Did he some how lose these powers?
Author's responseThank you for the compliment, and I'll try to answer your questions as best I can without sounding harsh :)
Well, to put it blankly, everyone ages. In the show, even the gods have. Yes, Achilles was immortal- but not to time. if he couldn't age, how on earth did he grow from being a baby to becomming a man in the Trojan War?
Achilles was immortal to weapons (or, as far as the immortality part of his myth goes)
Annnd, as strong as someone is, the body's natural way is to grow weaker as time passes. No mortal can escape that, so Archie was in rather good condition for his age (not sure what, but it must've been late seventies/early eighties) yet still, nowhere near the same body condition he might have had as a youth.
Hopefully that didn't come out as mean, because that isn't my intent. Good questions, and I was happy to answer them :3