I can see those long, proud necks adorned with torcs and rings of gold.
Nice little African vibe. Cockaigne plant is nifty too!
I love them!
I hope its not something I missed, but I REALLY can see them as musicians and lovers of music in general, with unique and unmistakable sounds and instruments, echoing through the savanah. Go to Comment
Kada Society/ Organizations (Ethnic/Cultural)
The title and the summary are useless and detract from a very cool list of 30 princess personalities. The use of the birds as a handle for each princess's personality is quite unique. I like it. Fix the summary and a little bit of linking text and this will be a great one. Go to Comment
Send your text for a bird princess to Scras, once he gets another 30 we can do another 30 princesses. And yes, I did send you my little birds before I posted this. (For the record, I have done Phoenix, Roc, Starbird, and Omenbird). Go to Comment
Well...you've listed Cardinal twice and there is already a Princess of Cardinals, and a penhen is the female counterpart to a peacock so that one is also covered. Vulture is also on the list. the others would make some interesting princesses so get on it man!
The Dodge DynaMax is a rare care, coming at exactly the wrong time in history. The End of the muscle car era was nigh, and the market was already filled out with GTOs, Mustangs, Camaros, Chevelles, Novas and a dozen other high performance poor handling vehicles. The DynaMax had a plan to dominate the market with a combination of factory turbochargers and a complex eight speed gearbox. The machine was planned to triumph over the human driver element. What ended up happening was excess costs and mechanical issues saw the turbochargers removed and replaced with a conventional supercharger, and the eight speed transmission ended up being the bane of the car's existence. More DynaMaxes were destroyed or totalled by transmission failures than anything else. The car remains an ugly and ambitious reminder of a day gone by