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Lunar Silver Stary Story

Comrades in Arms....

Volume One

By Methos


Well, this is rather overwhelming. I mean, here I am, little ol' me, about to do a huge three-part story about the events that shaped the entire story of the LUNAR series. It sounds strange, but I can't help feeling intimidated. It's like making the "Star Wars" prequels - and considering how disappointed many people were with "The Phantom Menace," obviously I don't want to make the same mistakes George Lucas made (that's the nice thing about doing fanfics: you don't have to worry about being all special effects and no story!)

This trilogy has been a long time in the making, and it has not been easy. There's no way I could do this alone, and I would like to thank all the people at The Shrine's message board who supplied me with background info on The Four Heroes and corrected some of my misapprehensions. While I'm going to use many of my own ideas in this and the other two parts of the "Comrades In Arms" trilogy, I do NOT want to re-write the entire history and legacy of Lunar and its characters.

My story is based on the Playstation version of LUNAR: SSSC, and the manga "Lunar: Confessions Of The Soul" (special thanks to Rebecca Capowski for letting me use dialogue from her translations, and to IceMistress Mia for giving me the link to her site: you can find the translations at http://home.att.net/~RCgamusic/trans.htm), as well as my own ideas.

Last of all, I would like to thank Game Arts/Working Designs for creating such a captivating story and characters I have actually managed to bond with, and to thank The Shrine and all those who are a part of it for letting me contribute to Lunar's legacy.

This story is dedicated to Sir Alec Guinness (1914-2000)

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