I'll add it next time I update
That was a poster, for the first page.
I always feel that a plain OP page looks somewhat forlorn.
A small ...
Yes, you are right. I'll give it a thought too.
Titles should in some way express the essence of a story. If you have played the campaign and thought about how you want to write it, then you can wait until a phrase occurs to you that somehow sums it up. If you haven't started yet, then you need to consider what your slant is going to be. For example in Spite of Severus, I knew from the start that I wanted to have an unsympathetic narrator looking for revenge. To partly justify his ambitions, I imagined him to be descended from a great Emperor of the past. Juvenal's Journal was chosen because of its double meaning... it was an AAR written by me, but it also contained the conceit of having been written by an ancestor of the real Juvenal.
So, I believe titles to be important, and sometimes it may take a little while before one presents itself to your mind's eye with the right feel. I recommend that you give it that time, there is nothing to stop you writing ahead a bit before you actually start posting your AAR.
It is an England AAR, SS 6.4...
But not quite getting a title...
I wanted your suggestion to a title of an AAR I am planning to write.
Sure, how may I be of assistance?
Could you help me with a small thing?