YOu know what I think? I really think viggies are the lifeblood of f(an)f)iction), regardless of genre. They are quick, relatively easy to make, and so numerous that you'll probably never run out, just like real blood cells. However, this is not to belittle viggies (being the writer of two myself and nothing else), because they are wonderful in and of themselves, nto to mention endlessly compex and fascinating, and because they make epics and short stories, which are the works of perhaps more serious if not dedicated writers, more rare and more delectable by their variety, like vitamins running through blood instead of the usual oxygen. Jeezus, I am the QUEEN of run on sentences! Takes me three pages to write a short answer to a test! Anyway, to keep this semi-circulation running, viggies must flow, quality and quantitiy varying. I, for one, love it.