That’s all you needed to say
That’s all you needed to say
Omg congrats <3
Feels like ages since you first showed it to me!
Thank you, Silver, and yes…
So, @CC_Hill, is there an actual Haitian dish that calls for potatoes and figs with lots of spices?
I read this and I knew exactly what spell you were talking about. lol
It’s the recipe for a dessert. Haitian Sweet Potato Bread.
Great! Now I want some.
This youtube video here is the closest I could find. She didn’t add bananas in hers, but most of us add bananas in it.
Patat is what we call sweet potatoes, and fig for us is what we call banana. To this day I still don’t know what we call the actual Fig fruit. Maybe because we don’t really have it in Haiti.
But the word “fig” for us is banana.
And it’s made with all those other ingredients? Cinnamon and garlic? Or are there two different recipes?
Kanel is cinnamon… where did you get garlic? Now I’m curious.
Oh yep… lol that’s another recipe for rice and beans lol. Just saw it.
This recipe here
Rice and beans with sweet potato banana bread for dessert sounds pretty tasty. And if it keeps the boogeyman away, that’s just an awesome bonus!
I would have never thought to put a sweet potato in bread…. Gonna have to try that
Bon Fèt Gede!
Haha nice number indeed.
Awww. Mesi anpil!
So, I just did about as successful a playthrough as I think is possible. I even got the secret ending!
I do have a few questions.
What is it about having two paddles when you cross the river that makes it possible for Elden to rescue Benny?
Were Ayizhan’s parents named Dyab and Lanati before they were transformed? Or were they given those names later?
Sorry, was not really on here lately.
It’s just me trying to be deep and meaningful lol… sooo Kar is the one that brought MC into this monster world to find their little brother. By doing that, Kar causes Leo or Lea to be taken, so Kar giving MC a paddle means that Lea or Leo will be retrieved, MC finding the second paddle means that MC found Bennny… and that’s also why the achievement is called “Not without 2 paddles” it’s just me being corny. Each paddle is a lost child.
Yes. Those names are Haitian creole and it was just my way to give roots to those characters through their names.
Ayizhan is from Kafou the town where everything started. In book 2 the reader will get kind of an origin story. And the people who live in Kafou (which is expy for Haiti) have their own dialect and own way of living. Hence, everyone, there has a name with a meaning behind it.
Lanati means mother nature.
Ayizhan means ancestor.
Dyab means The devil.
They had the same name before being transformed.
I know enough French that I guessed what Dyab meant, but it seemed like a more appropriate name for a monster than a person!
Thanks for answering!
Sounds like it would have been a smart move to NOT let him father children, then. I mean, this is just predictable results.
Haha. Well… come to find out… he is NOT THE FATHER of Zhan.
That’s … worse.
Book 2 will shed a lot of light on some stuff. I hope I can write it well enough for the readers to get the full story.