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    I had thought about it, writing a sort of "mirror universe Game of Thrones", where one little thing goes differently and the story vastly turns away from what's happened in the books towards...
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    Back to Game of Thrones discussion, because I'm curious how other people who've read/watched the series feel.

    Does anyone else feel like the story on Essos would be a bit more compelling if...
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    ATTENTION: Re: Survey Results, Sad News and Good News

    Me gone, truly sad? PFFFFFT. :P
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    That's the thing. People enjoy garbage, but they don't enjoy art. As much as I hate citing Family Guy, I saw an episode the other night where Brian's book that he had been writing for nearly the...
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    I actually find girl characters difficult to write for. Up until AC-Prescott and I started taking Storm Island seriously, Andrea was a typical dumb-girl stereotype, being afraid of bugs, being a...
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    Sure we are! It's just that some of us have charm while we're being idiots.
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    So, today is Saint Patrick's Day and I'm starting to question what the big deal is regarding it. I don't even know who Saint Patrick is, other than some Irish guy who supposedly drove all of the...
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    TEEN: Re: {some rise by sin} {chapter seven: eye for an eye}

    So, here's my thoughts on the story so far:

    Interesting start. I quite like the strange twist of Team Rocket completely owning the place like some sort of Orwellian utopia, I don't think I've ever...
  9. MATURE: Re: Lysandre Goes Clothes Shopping: {(CHAPTER 9 IS ALIVE, BABY!)}

    I'm going to have to echo what the two above said. It starts off amazingly, but starts to peter out somewhere around chapters five and six, for me at least. However, I must say I absolutely adore the...
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    ATTENTION: Re: 2014 Spring Awards Official Winners List

    I humbly accept this award with limited enthusiasm.
  11. Re: Government Surveillance Includes Libel and Slander

    Well shit, where do I sign up?! I could use some easy money.
  12. DIPLOMACY: Re: Ukraine Protests ( Russia Officially Invades, U.S/Britain at War? )

    Can you provide a source on this? I'm having difficulty finding this, but I'm not the best at scouring for news articles.
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    I wish I could believe that, but let's remember that Rickrolling is still a thing after almost six, maybe more years.
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    I just dislike how some sections of the online community have taken the joke about it being religious so far. I'm fully expecting 2004-Iraq War levels of sectarian violence because of it.
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    Oh god, please no. This topic has been the only place on the entire internet where I've been able to escape the stupidity generated by that stream.
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    On the subject of planning... I think me and AC-Prescott have problems. We're *never* going to finish Storm Island at the current rate of production.

    (yes, all of those chapters have some degree...
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    So I was looking around the fairground and noticed "Turning Over a New Leaf", a mature "Human x Pokemon" story. It has 74,000 views. I never realized how popular that sort of thing is...
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    Thanks, everyone. I'll be sure to make it a blast even if it turns out not to be at first.

    Also, I just rewatched the HBO Game of Thrones season 3 episode that George R. R. Martin himself wrote....
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    So! After nearly five years of near unemployment, doing odd jobs on the side every now and then, it looks like I might finally have my first full time, salaried job. I've been picked up by the Girl...
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    I'm going to echo this sentiment, if only because I am such a nerd for (proper) gangster culture and turn-of-the-century western world and eastern European history.
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    The 2014 Spring Awards have begun!

    3 hours late but that's cause I'm completely terrible with New Zealand's timezone
  22. ATTENTION: Spring Awards 2014 Begin!: Nominations Open

    Greetings Workshop; Come one, come all, witness the grand spectacle that is our first batch of Awards for the year – the Spring Awards 2014!

    It is Awards season in Hollywood right now, with all...
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    So I got my hand on my friend's Batman comic collection a few weeks ago and I've been casually going through them... Oh my god, Batman is so incredibly dark... I thought the Chris Nolan movies took...
  24. Re: Adapting Game Moves and Mechanics to Stories

    I would imagine things like this work like holodecks on Star Trek. The target is "trapped" in a little subspace bubble created, and while it may perceive that it's moving, it actually isn't. So it...
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    Whoo! None of my stories here would get you past one or two sips of very watered down booze!
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