I’ve got a bit of a problem. You see, I’m writing a story. It is a crossover between Harry Potter and the Forgotten Realms (Drizzt Do’Urden). And now, I’m at a loss. Not with the plotline, that will come as I write, since I’m not one to plan ahead. Only… Should I make Dumbledore the Evil one or Voldemort? Or should I scratch both and make the ministry of magic the bad guys?!
I’m kinda liking the third option. Or some other unknown enemy. Like… Bringing Drizzt’s people into the story. Or maybe… Crossovering it with something else entirely and make it three way. Because… I just don’t want to make Voldemort the bad guy.
Maybe I will make him neutral somehow. I don’t think he can be the purely good guy. Not with his history, even though that could be tweaked some.
And for some reason, I want to keep Dumbledore as a good guy, even if a bit mad and senile. xD He will be the Twinkling idiot. xD
Hey, just today I finished the fourth book in the Legend of Drizzt series. I’m not sure if it has any other general name… Well, the book was very good. Starting with an attack of the barbarian clans and Arak Kessel finding the Crenshinibon. Then with Akar preparing an army and Drizzt and Wulfgar the barbarian going to slay a horde of verbegs. The final part is the best though. It is another battle of the ten cities (what’s the name in english?) and this time the barbarians and the inhabitans of the cities are fighting together. And are joined by the dwarves as well.
The hardest battle falls on Drizzt though. His Guen being the only one who can find the door to Crystal-Thirid (Wanted to write Minas Thirid…).
I suck at this… I just can’t find the right words to describe it in english… I did it in czech… (Missing the last part) But hey, at least I won’t spoil it for you that much… Because, all in all, the book is great. I do suggest you read the previous books first though. It does kinda connect… And you would be a bit lost if you didn’t.
Should have probably picked a cover that is in english, right? Well guess what? I’m not changing it.