marycatelli (marycatelli) wrote,

the witch walks on

So she's not going to arrive dramatically in the depths of a storm. . . .

She is, in fact, going to quietly walk among the army, asking questions. Until the princess notices her and runs for her life.

The big question is whether she's going to manage to talk to the right character, which will affect a spell in a way that helps her -- or she's going to rage and inflict massive indirect damage because she can't --

Huh. Maybe she's going to arrive in the depths of a storm after all.
Tags: plot devices, plotting

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