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The adventures of Forced Companions Daycare

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The adventures of Forced Companions Daycare

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Canino
11.25.2012 , 10:54 AM | #361
Quote: Originally Posted by epicfear View Post
Quinn was too busy with the pew pew to get out of the fire?

Oh the irony!

Also, please continue to make more of these because I love you so much.

Except not in that way. ew.
*In best toddler voice*"Tats icky!!!!" On another note
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LanaSangien
11.26.2012 , 05:05 PM | #362
I power-read through this thread in two days. Couldn't stop laughing at the idea of little chibi baby companions; their antics only made me laugh harder. Keep up the good work! Subscribed for weekly notifications.

I know someone mentioned having adult player-characters come in and flirt with their future companions. That's just wrong. First, the PC's would be toddlers too. Second, adults hitting on toddlers? No. Third, what would the character's name be in the fic? He or she would represent all PC's of that class.
On a side note, I think Bowdaar and the Republic in general are horribly maligned. Other than that, I saw some frickin awesome ideas posted, and a brilliant plot made from most of them. Overall, I rated this thread a 5. Bright, keep doing what you're doing. Everyone else, your posts are almost as much fun to read.

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Anysao
11.27.2012 , 10:08 PM | #363
Did I catch "next week" in that last chapter? Hint hint...
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imnotawitch
11.29.2012 , 12:52 PM | #364
So, idea. Class president elections! It comes down to Quinn and Vette, and Quinn wins the majority vote, but Vette is chosen.

>.>

<.<

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iamthehoyden
11.29.2012 , 02:34 PM | #365
The "Do the Math" prompt in the SFWC thread got me thinking. What would their curriculum look like? If they were picking literature to read, would they focus on Republic or Imperial authors? What kind of critiques would they offer for versions of our classics: Moby Dick, The Great Gatsby, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar [sw spoilers]
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What versions of historical events would they end up with? Debates on biased sources, 'history is written by the victors', and whitewashing. Gym class with organized games (getting picked last). I think you've hit science before, but dissections, mixing chemicals, engineering...it's all so much fun. And yes, math
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Mirdthestrill
11.29.2012 , 07:17 PM | #366
Quote: Originally Posted by iamthehoyden View Post
The "Do the Math" prompt in the SFWC thread got me thinking. What would their curriculum look like? If they were picking literature to read, would they focus on Republic or Imperial authors? What kind of critiques would they offer for versions of our classics: Moby Dick, The Great Gatsby, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar [sw spoilers]
Spoiler
What versions of historical events would they end up with? Debates on biased sources, 'history is written by the victors', and whitewashing. Gym class with organized games (getting picked last). I think you've hit science before, but dissections, mixing chemicals, engineering...it's all so much fun. And yes, math
Looks up....no I'm not a nerd. Nope nope nope.
Don't forget music lessons!
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iamthehoyden
11.29.2012 , 09:33 PM | #367
Quote: Originally Posted by Mirdthestrill View Post
Don't forget music lessons!
Shoot! I actually had that on my mental list - didn't write it down fast enough lol. Yes! Music lessons!

(Bright, feel completely free to ignore any and all of my random ramblings, hehe.)
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Irongut
11.30.2012 , 05:43 AM | #368
Quote: Originally Posted by iamthehoyden View Post
The "Do the Math" prompt in the SFWC thread got me thinking. What would their curriculum look like? If they were picking literature to read, would they focus on Republic or Imperial authors? What kind of critiques would they offer for versions of our classics: Moby Dick, The Great Gatsby, Romeo and Juliet, Julius Caesar [sw spoilers]
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What versions of historical events would they end up with? Debates on biased sources, 'history is written by the victors', and whitewashing. Gym class with organized games (getting picked last). I think you've hit science before, but dissections, mixing chemicals, engineering...it's all so much fun. And yes, math
Looks up....no I'm not a nerd. Nope nope nope.
What age do you think they are? This is daycare, not school, so lessons would be along the line of A is for Apple, B is for Blaster, C is for Chiss... Science, engineering, discussion of history being anything but literal truth are all far too advanced.
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bright_ephemera
11.30.2012 , 06:23 AM | #369
Ahaha! I love the suggestions, even when I'm being lazy/unable to think of more than two or three lines at a time.

I keep ages ambiguous for freedom of 'whatever I want,' but certain children are way, way ahead of the learning curve. Talos springs to mind. I imagine that any sophisticated discussion of the various accounts of history would devolve into hair-pulling and attempted mouth-duct-taping pretty fast.
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iamthehoyden
11.30.2012 , 12:11 PM | #370
Quote: Originally Posted by bright_ephemera View Post
Ahaha! I love the suggestions, even when I'm being lazy/unable to think of more than two or three lines at a time.

I keep ages ambiguous for freedom of 'whatever I want,' but certain children are way, way ahead of the learning curve. Talos springs to mind. I imagine that any sophisticated discussion of the various accounts of history would devolve into hair-pulling and attempted mouth-duct-taping pretty fast.
Duct tape solves all things! (Well, duct tape and WD-40 )
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