Friday, November 30, 2012


Well, it certainly took me long enough to figure out the damned password to Sulkybird's little blog.  I tell you, picking through his mind for a single little password was like looking for a needle in a stack of...well, other needles.  You know, where you just want that one particular needle, because it's your lucky needle, but there are a bunch of others that are just irrelevant?  I guess that means I've got some sort of disorder, then; pretty much par for the course in this business.

Where to begin?  How about my name; aye, that's a good idea.  BlackDove.  As you can probably guess, that's not my real name.  Or even a name anyone else knows me by.  Well, now you know me by BlackDove, but if you ever knew me before, it was as something different.  ...besides 'Knight', too, come to think of it.  Though that would certainly be a fun name to have.  Anyways, that's a story for another time; I'll keep you in suspense about that for right now.  As for why I chose 'BlackDove':  I simply wanted to contrast WhiteCrow, and BlackDove just stuck out to me.  I had a few other names in mind ('Malice' and 'MourningDove' were the top contenders), but at the end of the day, I felt mocking Sulkybird would be the best route.

All that aside, I won't be using this blog very often.  At all, actually.  This is my one and only post here.  Mostly for the purpose of saying 'hi.'


(P.S. - Don't worry about Sulkybird; he's quite alive, though I'm not sure he realizes that yet.)
(P.P.S. - I realize using a separate font color to show that I'm quite different from Birdo is unnecessary, but I couldn't help myself.  I love messing with font colors and all that good stuff.)


  1. Hello. I have a feeling you're gonna get along well with... Well, pretty much everyone. Whitecrow wasn't too keen on making friends, after all.

    1. In my own way, I can't say I blame him. Humanity has never been my favorite race. The moral code I live by and the moral code virtually everyone else seems to live by rarely coincide; humanity seems to be about taking life, I'm more about preserving it.