‘I want to do something I’ll regret in the morning!’ Downey announced, rather proud of himself.
Ludo laughed, ‘Why would you want to do that?’
‘Because,’ Downey said, as seriously as the gin in his blood would let him, ‘The things one regrets the morning after are almost always the things one is glad to have done when one is old and grey.’
‘That’s uncharacteristically deep of you Downey,’ Vetinari murmured, starting to feel the effects of the alcohol, ‘And rather optimistic to think you’ll live that long.’
Or, an overview of Downey and Vetinari's relationship through the years, told through a kiss.
09 Aug 2019
In which those who lived and died in the Trojan War and its aftermath are reborn, as seen through the perspective of the long suffering Odysseus, who must first meet everyone again before finally being reunited with Penelope.
- Part 1 of We Lived In a Time of Bronze