Author's Notes And Acknowledgements
Once again I would like to thank all of you on the Shrine To Ghaleon Message Board for helping me out with my fanfic research. It really means a lot to me, because I really want to get this right. If you're reading this right now, it means that you most likely enjoyed 'Comrades In Arms, Volume One,' and that also means a lot to me.
This volume of the 'Comrades In Arms' trilogy is probably going to be the most difficult to write, and I'm willing to bet that if I take any heat for 'historical inaccuracy,' it's going to be for this volume. I haven't played 'Lunar: Eternal Blue Complete' yet, so when I was writing this, I didn't know how they were going to change Lunar's history. By the time I found out, I was almost finished, and I'd gone too far to turn back, although I was able to work a little bit of it in. I claim artistic license, and to all you purists out there, I apologize if I screw up any of Lunar's history. If you would like me to clear something up for you, please e-mail me at email@example.com.
By the way, here's a little trivia for you: if any of the chapter titles sound familiar, they're all based on Shakespearean quotes. Since the title came form one such quote ('Cry havoc, and let slip the dogs of war!' from Julius Caesar), I wanted all the chapter titles to do the same (don't ask why; it just seemed like a good idea.) Also, if the name 'Amalek' sounds familiar, it's from the Bible. Amalek was the name of an evil tribe (some say descended from Esau, the evil brother of Jacob), who ambushed the Israelites when they had just left Egypt. The name 'Amalek' has been associated with evil ever since. I figured that made it an appropriate name for a villain.
Again, thank you all for your support. Enjoy!
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