Zero & co’s still at Shanghai’s convention. I’m still pretty sick. However, this is me we’re talking about, after all, and I hate to just lie down in bed and rest (even though I kind of have to these days).
So, in cases like today, where I’m feeling a bit better to write, I thought it’d be nice to put something on the site.
You know, I want to make a joke about the timing of things, but there’s really no need. Sometimes a subgirl shows up a day after she debuts. Some take years.
Anyways. I’m Pam. We’ve actually met – such as this one here. My niche is medicine. If you pop over to the Pampanito’s website you’ll quickly see why that became a sticking point in my character design, and if you wait a bit you’ll probably hear it from me anyways whenever we finally collate and assemble the book.
Medicine is an interesting topic. Here is where I think the modern day abstraction of “healing” or “health points” (is that what you call them) is not inaccurate. The primary purpose of medicine in the military is to maintain the fighting capabilities of the men by making sure they’re healthy. You care for the sick and the injured. In that regard, yes, if there is such a thing as a magical “med-gun” or whatever have you, that would be great! I’d love to use that instead of practicing medicine!
The submarine officer, however, has to do a bit more than that. Let’s think about a few of these as we go on. So, Tautog? Let’s go tell the reader what you’ve learned so far.
We all knew the importance of the aircraft carrier on the Pacific War at large, and there are many individuals that you can credit to its elevation. I, however, think (at least on the US side), the handsome devil I posted up there should get the bulk of the credit.