Allow me to start with an apology. I only just noticed that the email I meant to send you next week Wednesday went out last week Friday. I've no idea how that happened, but it wasn't my intention to email you twice in three days. My email will go out on Wednesdays - that one was an oversight, not the standard! My apologies again <3
Now, onto the actual email!
Hey, ! It's me, Sarina - your favourite lore whore. I believe we need to talk about THE greatest injustice in story telling:
Lore that's being dangled before our eager noses but that's never followed up on. Why, it's a worse crime than not following up on your foreshadowing! (and yet kinda similar? anyway)
Imagine this (or relive the horror with me, if you've been in the same situation) :
You're reading a book you love, or maybe you're playing a game you're obsessed with. (other formats exist too - just insert whatever medium has hurt you the most). The story is so good. The lore is SO BLOODY GOOD.
There are sequels, prequels, add-ons and what have you, but that ONE SUPER SPECIFIC thing YOU care about?
Completely ignored by the author/writing team/insert other criminal here.