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Title: "Pumpkin-Fantasy"
Post by: sirogit on February 08, 2005, 03:05:53 AM
I wanted to comment on this term: I find it ncrediblyi usefull as a description for both the atomsphere I'm most intereasted in and typically use as an non-roleplaying author(Outside of fantasy), its short description in TSOY sums up a concept I've put some strain into nailing down.

Could you describe some more of your expiereince with the term, its sources of inspiration, etc etc?

Title: "Pumpkin-Fantasy"
Post by: Clinton R. Nixon on February 08, 2005, 09:13:23 AM
Go here:*/

Click around, and you'll see what I mean. Think Tim Burton, The Wizard of Oz, young adult fantasy that doesn't suck, a dash of anime, and The Dark Crystal. I really can't explain it better besides this:

It's fantasy that is dark in color, but hopeful in heart.