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Monday, January 13, 2003
 
On Saturday, I finished writing what I should call the leather and feather scene. What happened after was a little harder. First, I had Wulf about getting into Serious Discussion about the Relationship mode, and then Kensin poking his head in and complaining that they were being too loud. Then he turned just in time to see the shapeshifter, disguised as him, and the chase ensued. That seemed too convenient, so I decided that the serious discussion would instead be interrupted by a shriek coming from Kensin's room. They rush over there, and they have a huge shock. Kensin is tied to the bed, and there's a _woman_ there. He looks scared adn confused, and so does she. She runs off, and they go after her.

Then came the hard part. Deciding who the shapeshifter was. On Sunday, I decided to go back and add that scene I'd wanted to try, where Gorok meets a succubus in the forest. He, of course, is unaffected, and this upsets her. Then, he speaks a ward all rangers are taught to fend off shapeshifters. I was thinking that something he says makes her decide to using a male guise on the mages. But it makes more sense if she had already been doing this. She has her revenge on him by pretending to be him and raping Sovil -- which happened shortly after he left the forest. But none of the mages realize she's doing that, so they don't realize the succubus they scoff at has been visiting them now and then. (Apparently she doesn't use any of them long enough to drain them, or that would be noticed.)

And in case she's too obvious a suspect, she could be the ultimate red herring. Urgh, here we go again.
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