[identity profile] poparena.livejournal.com
Today we learn the origin of the Ellimist. What qualifies him to be an all-powerful deity? He plays a lot of video games!

You can watch in three parts below the cut!

Read more... )
[identity profile] 823freckles.livejournal.com
Whew. I just finished reading the last of the 62 Animorphs books in less than 2 months! I'd never read beyond possibly book 35 or 36. Now that I am finished, I can ask a question about The One. )

Anyways, I'm glad you guys have seemed to enjoy my posts in the last couple of days. I doubt I will post much after this, but thanks for welcoming me and participating in these discussion and keeping this fandom alive!
[identity profile] box-life.livejournal.com
This fic was originally supposed to be a part of [livejournal.com profile] animorphsburst waaay back in September. However, I'm a very bad person and didn't finish it until last week. But! Here it is now for your reading pleasure.

Title:
Sing the Azures
Author: [livejournal.com profile] box_life aka [livejournal.com profile] strayaesthetic 
Artist: [livejournal.com profile] skirtsandtea
Word Count: ~10,300
Rating: PG-13
Characters: Ellimist/Toomin, Crayak, Aguella, Menno, various Ketrans
Pairings:
Toomin/Aguella
Warnings: None to speak of
Summary: After the Ellimist is tricked into the black hole by Crayak and becomes the transcendent being we know, he decides to go back in time to do something selfish: save his people. However, Crayak is still at large in the galaxy and finds himself strangely drawn to the home of the fledgling New Ketran civilization.

Some beautiful Ketrans were created by[livejournal.com profile] skirtsandtea as companions and can be found here

( Prologue - The Ellimist )
[identity profile] rena-librarian.livejournal.com
...and how their homework was suffering as a result...when exactly did they write down their stories?

I think we've touched on this topic before, in one of the character discussions or something, but it's something that's irked me again as I'm rereading the ending arc and I thought perhaps we could go a bit deeper.

So let's get all Inception up in here.... )
[identity profile] buffyangellvr23.livejournal.com
This is the last of the special books, not counting the Alternamorphs, which I'll still throw up at the end, just in case any newbies want to comment. It tells the story of how the Ketran named Toomin...or at least, that was his game name...eventually became the powerful being known as the Ellimist. It tells how he encountered Crayak and ended up in the game they play. It's a long, winding tale in which he touches a lot of lives and sees a lot of things in the universe.

It also gives away the fact that one Animorph will die before the series ends, although Applegate kept it vague as to who it would be. I asked this the last time, but did anyone guess it would be Rachel?
[identity profile] buffyangellvr23.livejournal.com
I heard this one and The Resistance were released together, and although The Return is what is previewed in back of this one, I'm just going to go ahead and do this one.

He is called the Ellimist. A Being with the ability to alter space and time. A being with the power that will never be fully understood. He is the reason the Earth now has a fighting chance. And though his actions never seem quite right or wrong, you can be certain they are never ever what anyone expects.

This is the beginning and the middle of the story. A story that needs to be told in order to understand what might happen to the future. The future of the Animorphs. The future of humanity. The futur eof Earth.
He is called the Ellimist, and this is his story.

This is the last of the chronicles books and obviously where we find out someone's going to die. If you got the chance to read this book before the release of the final few books, who did you think would be the one to die?

Did you like the Ellimist being in the story all along? I know there had to be a way to return Tobias's morphing powers, and I think it does add interesting stuff to the story.

I really wish I had some nice profound questions on this one, maybe I feel more pressured with the special books, IDK *shrugs*

I notice the Ellimist mentions the Pemalites but not their destruction. And we learn that he created them.

Wasn't there another book where it's alluded to that Andalites didn't yet have tail blades at the time the Ellimist was supposed to have been there? I can't remember.

I can't think of a prompt right now, maybe later after I've had some sleep.

Next week: a flashback to the Civil War
[identity profile] buffyangellvr23.livejournal.com
Which two book is the Ellimist Chronicles between? I hope it wasn't this week, because I still have to request it.
Thanks

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