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Defectivehorn Apsotle here, While the sickness rages on, Hope and a new days arrives. While @muscle_Horn acts all rebelious, she has her softer side. One of the smallhorns whom I can tell will grow into Musclehorn is following her around. 1/?

Hhnngg...
But where are your high ranking haremhorns? Normally they should be looking after all the smallhorns...

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3/? The wild herds are getting affected to a degree. The horns that are raiding homes of people who fell to the flu are getting sick by exposure to it. I am doing what I can for them. Too many are taking advantage of this shut down and raiding closed stores now.

As long as a few hornmothers survive the wild herds should be up to their normal populations in a few months but what is a lot of hornmothers get sick? Herds naturally keep away from each other (wrongherd go home) and this typically prevents cross-herd plagues on Big Egg, but if they're all infected at a shared source that's another issue...

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What is your thoughts on the impossibility of a true transference of an artists intentions to an audience though something as subjective as art? I've hit a bit of a creative dry spell and it made me wonder how you motivate yourself when your art will never be exactly what you want it to be.

Hello, Anon.
Sorry for the late answer. I've struggled with this myself (the some results of the struggle are in NNN) and basically come to the conclusion that this wish for immediate contact, total unity, a collapse of the boundary between individuals into some kind of End of Evangelion LCL goo is best left as an unfulfilled longing. The gap is indeed unbridgeable, but it is thanks to that unbridgeability that the struggle emerges and persists. And that struggle is art and life itself. We could take consolation in the fact that at least this struggle is shared or that we suffer together, but I think this is just the attitude of dogs licking each others wounds -- no, I think the struggle is the point. The struggle is reward enough. Roll that boulder, my man. That's your load and your world and it's not going anywhere without you.

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Moon cicadas: except instead of "mii~n min min mii~n" its "clea~n clean clean clea~n"

1000% true. You can hear it from the surface of the dark moon!

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+1 answer in: “~Lunar War: Earthian Archive~ Infiltration Unit: ███ Com code: ██ Regarding universal 280 Hz noise on ███ Dark Moon deep scans. Logistics wrong. Not disperse energy system. The humming of small cleaning robots? Immediately de-prioritize targeting surface locations. Low military value.”

4/? Musclehorns are having foot racing on empty road ways and fishing in park ponds. I fear that if the death toll grows too high, herds will break in and take over empty houses, stores, and factories. They will prosper over the estates, but could be exposed to the virus as well.

Perhaps your world will become one where the herd rules the surface once again. One can only hope...

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2/? To my relive that the wild herds learned quickly about the pandemic and isolated themselves so the infection had no to little impact on the wild herds. I have told them to remain isolated till after fall comes or I tell them otherwise.

I believe we nohorns will have have to hold ourselves up many months as well. I am feeling more like a horn in a witch cave every day...

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Defectivehorn Apostle here, We are recovering. I had to run down and...acquire... hydroxychloroquine and azithromycin form where ever I could get it. It works on my kids, myself, and surprisingly my horns as well. I lost about 1/4 of the herd. 1/?

So many horns lost... I am glad you found some medicine, Defectivehorn apostle!

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7/? She came just before we realized we had the virus, so I think she might have caught it from us and she is taking it right back to that witch and her court. If that is so, those Templars are going to be down and out for months.

Well, perhaps this is a silver lining of sorts.
I wonder how the Templar would even deal with such an ordeal. Perhaps they will offer more melons for medicine instead of gear. ;w;

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5/? To ease their pain and symptoms, the horns have made a new type of soup made from wild bird meat, veggies, wild plants and mosses. It seems to work for them, but to me it has a weird taste to it. The sick ones don't even try to snack, just drink their soup.

;_;
Normally the horns would use some of the leaves or roots of their precious herdtree in such a time, but without the herdtree... well, perhaps they can find substitutes in your world?

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4/? My herds are taking it much worse. I have lost 1/4 of my horns including a precious hornmother. Granted they were all older than normal. None of the smallhorns have died thankfully. To find out a virus can jump from human to horns is disheartening to see right before me.

;___;
Terrifying! To lose that many horns. This is no joke.

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3/? I suspect my girls picked it up at school and brought it home unknowingly. To them, it's no worse than a cold and I am taking care of them as best I can. I myself feel the same, yet I recovered quicker than my kids. We are likely still contagious.

I'm sure you are well protected by your Apostle powers. But I worry for the rest of those around you.

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