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18 Sep 2018 13:39 #61220 by smoki07
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smoki07 wrote: You just killed it One of Greatest stories I read. I feel however a sequel is coming lol 


Thanks! I'm not sure I deserve such a compliment, but it feels great to read it anyway. 

I left the ending open-ended on purpose (I tend to do it in most of my stories, if you ever read any of my giantess work), and I know how I would start if I had to do a sequel, but at this moment it's not planned (and much less outlined). I'm working on a different story that is moving along nicely and I hope will be ready soon; it has a quite different set-up than Towers, though. I hope that you will enjoy it in any case. And... who knows if the Towers sequel will come in the future!


Yes I did read side effects and I know about your others giantess stories but, no offense, I did not "hook up" by them.  unlike this one.. Anyhow I am looking forward for your next work! 
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18 Sep 2018 14:05 #61229 by conceptfan
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papayoya1 wrote: Well, while I left the story open-ended on purpose, I believe that the plot line of The Towers' Syndrome was closed. This story was that of Sienna's ascension, which was meant to conclude with her taking over the world. The ending with the suggestion that there might be a way to counter or fight Sienna in the future is meant to leave the universe of the story open enough for a sequel or (less likely) a spin-off. I have some ideas on how those would look like, even if no solid plans to work on them right now. I hope that this was not too disruptive with the ending...

Obviously, Sienna is going to absorb the power from the new meterite while the helpless shuttle crew watch in dispair just before they and their ship are crushed to the size of ashtray.

How freaking good is this story?  Papayoya, I salute you.  If I hadn't finished making children, I'd name one after you.  Thank you so much!
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18 Sep 2018 14:14 #61231 by Lupus753
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If Sienna drains a second meteor, given that the power gains are multiplicative rather than additive, humanity won't be the only sapient species that she'll dominate. 
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18 Sep 2018 16:48 #61240 by TwiceOnThursdays
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I was way behind on reading stories on site as I've been busy.

I just finished this and I'll throw my kudos into the ring.  I think you handled her amping up really well.  I love the telegraph of showing limits, and then showing her naturally exceeding them after she hits the next level (Tk and the tank,etc).

Well done all around.
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18 Sep 2018 20:29 #61253 by Woodclaw
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TwiceOnThursdays wrote: I was way behind on reading stories on site as I've been busy.

I just finished this and I'll throw my kudos into the ring.  I think you handled her amping up really well.  I love the telegraph of showing limits, and then showing her naturally exceeding them after she hits the next level (Tk and the tank,etc).

Well done all around.


This is one of the great hgihglight of this story for me as well. It's very common in our genre for powers to come with a in-built guide, which is a perfectly reasonable situation because we all want to get to the meat of the action, showcasing our beloved characters as much as possible. Yet, Towers' Syndrome clearly demonstrate the appeal of taking a much slower pace and revealing powers one by one. Hell, seeing the slow and steady growth of Sienna is one of the main attractive os this story.

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18 Sep 2018 20:29 #61254 by papayoya1
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smoki07 wrote: You just killed it One of Greatest stories I read. I feel however a sequel is coming lol 


Thanks! I'm not sure I deserve such a compliment, but it feels great to read it anyway. 

I left the ending open-ended on purpose (I tend to do it in most of my stories, if you ever read any of my giantess work), and I know how I would start if I had to do a sequel, but at this moment it's not planned (and much less outlined). I'm working on a different story that is moving along nicely and I hope will be ready soon; it has a quite different set-up than Towers, though. I hope that you will enjoy it in any case. And... who knows if the Towers sequel will come in the future!


Yes I did read side effects and I know about your others giantess stories but, no offense, I did not "hook up" by them.  unlike this one.. Anyhow I am looking forward for your next work! 


Well, I'm glad that I found the right tone with this one, then! Hopefully the next one will be just as good (or even better!)

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18 Sep 2018 20:32 #61256 by papayoya1
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papayoya1 wrote: Well, while I left the story open-ended on purpose, I believe that the plot line of The Towers' Syndrome was closed. This story was that of Sienna's ascension, which was meant to conclude with her taking over the world. The ending with the suggestion that there might be a way to counter or fight Sienna in the future is meant to leave the universe of the story open enough for a sequel or (less likely) a spin-off. I have some ideas on how those would look like, even if no solid plans to work on them right now. I hope that this was not too disruptive with the ending...

Obviously, Sienna is going to absorb the power from the new meterite while the helpless shuttle crew watch in dispair just before they and their ship are crushed to the size of ashtray.

How freaking good is this story?  Papayoya, I salute you.  If I hadn't finished making children, I'd name one after you.  Thank you so much!


Oh, I know for a fact that you would like her to absorb even more power and be exponentially more unstoppable. 

It's great to see that you enjoyed the story. Not sure Mr. Papayoya Conceptfan would be the greatest name, in case the kid wanted to dedicate to science or business. Maybe it would unavoidably put him in the path for becoming a politician...

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18 Sep 2018 20:33 #61257 by papayoya1
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Lupus753 wrote: If Sienna drains a second meteor, given that the power gains are multiplicative rather than additive, humanity won't be the only sapient species that she'll dominate. 


Well, being a scientist, I'm sure that Sienna would enjoy discovering new sentient species... and dominating them!

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18 Sep 2018 20:34 #61258 by papayoya1
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TwiceOnThursdays wrote: I was way behind on reading stories on site as I've been busy.

I just finished this and I'll throw my kudos into the ring.  I think you handled her amping up really well.  I love the telegraph of showing limits, and then showing her naturally exceeding them after she hits the next level (Tk and the tank,etc).

Well done all around.


Thanks! I'm glad that you liked the evolution. Giving her limits that she had to work to overcome was one of the things that helped me to keep the plot of the story going and with a logical enough evolution, so I'm happy to see that it worked!

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18 Sep 2018 20:37 #61259 by papayoya1
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Woodclaw wrote:

TwiceOnThursdays wrote: I was way behind on reading stories on site as I've been busy.

I just finished this and I'll throw my kudos into the ring.  I think you handled her amping up really well.  I love the telegraph of showing limits, and then showing her naturally exceeding them after she hits the next level (Tk and the tank,etc).

Well done all around.


This is one of the great hgihglight of this story for me as well. It's very common in our genre for powers to come with a in-built guide, which is a perfectly reasonable situation because we all want to get to the meat of the action, showcasing our beloved characters as much as possible. Yet, Towers' Syndrome clearly demonstrate the appeal of taking a much slower pace and revealing powers one by one. Hell, seeing the slow and steady growth of Sienna is one of the main attractive os this story.


Thanks! I took the slow route (even if it accelerated at the end) because it was the only way I could keep the plot flowing and have a self-contained story. I made sure to create the conditions to have relatively large action sequences throughout, but the idea was to create the necessary challenge or tension to keep the plot going until the finale, where action escalates without limits, this time.
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18 Sep 2018 21:30 #61262 by conceptfan
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papayoya1 wrote: Not sure Mr. Papayoya Conceptfan would be the greatest name,

It would fit perfectly into a Dickens novel.

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18 Sep 2018 21:47 #61263 by papayoya1
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conceptfan wrote:

papayoya1 wrote: Not sure Mr. Papayoya Conceptfan would be the greatest name,

It would fit perfectly into a Dickens novel.


It would also fit anything from Terry Pratchett...

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19 Sep 2018 03:44 - 19 Sep 2018 03:51 #61273 by Dru1076
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Great end to a well paced and excellently executed tale. Bravo sir. You didnt believe me when I said you're a better writer than me, but I'll say it again. I very much look forward to reading your next project, and I'll be returning to re-read this one countless times I am sure.

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19 Sep 2018 20:28 #61293 by papayoya1
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Dru1076 wrote: Great end to a well paced and excellently executed tale. Bravo sir. You didnt believe me when I said you're a better writer than me, but I'll say it again. I very much look forward to reading your next project, and I'll be returning to re-read this one countless times I am sure.


As usual, you are too kind. I'm very glad to read that such a great writer of superwomen stories as you enjoyed Towers. I hope that my next story will not disappoint!

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25 Sep 2018 11:52 #61350 by freeLancer
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I would like to mirror the positive comments made by everyone. I thoroughly enjoyed the story. 

If I may make 1 suggestion; i really enjoyed other authors of the super bad girl theme when there are scenes where the bad girl forces herself sexually onto seemingly stronger or bigger men like the SEAL.

I must admit I read your story out of order and might have missed it, but I don't think there was any such scenes of sienna forces intercourse on a man.

Anyway I really enjoyed your writing. Well done and thank you.

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26 Sep 2018 08:09 #61355 by papayoya1
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freeLancer wrote: I would like to mirror the positive comments made by everyone. I thoroughly enjoyed the story. 

If I may make 1 suggestion; i really enjoyed other authors of the super bad girl theme when there are scenes where the bad girl forces herself sexually onto seemingly stronger or bigger men like the SEAL.

I must admit I read your story out of order and might have missed it, but I don't think there was any such scenes of sienna forces intercourse on a man.

Anyway I really enjoyed your writing. Well done and thank you.


Thanks! I'm very happy to see that you enjoyed the story so much. Besides her sex scene with the doctor before her second transformation, there is no scene of Sienna forcing herself on someone else. While it fits her character to impose herself to others, during this story she was more worried about prevailing than enjoying, which is part of the reason this did not happen. I have ideas in mind for the future, though.

Thanks! And I hope you will enjoy what is coming!

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