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Death Angel Powers: A RundownAfterrealm Death Angels, despite being relatively "normal" in their home world, are in possession of some considerable power while they are visiting the Mortal Realm. All of the below-listed abilities can be implemented by any one of the three basic "job classes" (Harbinger, Courier and Ferryman), as well as by rogue Death Angels such as Enforcers.
While most spirits are unable to return to the Mortal Realm, Death Angels can freely go between the Afterrealm and the Mortal Realm by traveling via Gateways. These archways, scattered about the Mortal Realm, are invisible to mortal eyes and can only be seen by spirits, and they lead into the Ferryman Waystations, in which can be found transportation to the Afterrealm proper.
Higher-level Death Angels can create their own passageways using a special device that forms a door leading into the nearest waystation
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Tips on Writing ProseLately, I've been noticing a disappointingly large number of people out there on deviantART who call themselves "writers", but are surprisingly clueless when it comes to honestly and clearly conveying a story in prose. In an effort to give them a hand up (and perhaps to reach out to other writers frustrated with our increasingly text message-happy culture), I am compiling a list of tips I think every writer should know.
Now, I won't pretend that I know everything on the subject (since I don't), but I've been told I'm a pretty decent writer, and I think I do sufficiently know my way around the English language. These tips won't automatically make you a good writer, but they're certainly good things to keep in mind as you write. These aren't rules, but hints.
As you can imagine, this list will very much be a work in progress, as there is plenty of information that hasn't been covered here and might be added later. Feel free to drop back in later to see if I've added anything new.
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