Another excellent review with a nice showcase of what writers do on TWC! Great job, everybody.
[AAR] The Wolf Among Dogs - The Latin Empire *In progress* (Reviewed by HeirofAlexander)
[AAR] Primus Inter Pares - The Kievan Rus *Completed* (Reviewed by Thokran)
[AAR] The Chronicle of a Hungarian Freeman *Completed* (Reviewed by la coupe est pleine)
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Following the footsteps of Hesus de bodemloze and bringing Robin de Bodemloze along
Great issue! A large dollop of back-patting to all involved
I say I say I say. Wonderful work chaps and potential chapess...
I can't believe my AAR Is up there.
Great work all. . Another great issue.
AAR: Filii Martis
My aim in life: To become a Bodemloze.
Though I'll probably never achieve it.
Because I'm too lazy.
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Was pleasantly surprised to see my poem up. Really enjoyed the review, especially the structural critiques.
I thought about writing something clever, but then I remembered I'm not clever enough.
Thank you for the interview - a little strange being interviewed chiefly about being an author rather than being a modder!
MasterOfNone is a retired modder and the mind behind Viking Invasion II, Norman Invasion, Gods & Fighting Men and The Fourth Age: Total War - The New Shadow. He now spends his time trying to be a novelist Find out more about him and his writing at http://www.writers-and-publishers.com. Please support The Fourth Age: Total War - The Dominion of Men.
I thought my AAR drifted to the depths of the sea
Too bad the save game was lost over a year ago.
Anywho, congrats to everybody who's work has made this issue of "Critic's Quill"
+rep to all
EDIT: Curses! I've reached my rep limit I'll be sure to get those I missed when I can.
Last edited by The Holy Pilgrim; February 24, 2012 at 05:36 PM.
Ugh, If only I knew my AAR was going to be on the Critics Quill. Let me just say that there might be a slight possibility I might trash Arnor, I've kinda lost interest, especially after I started Fortune Favours the Bold
Last edited by Oxode; February 24, 2012 at 08:59 PM.
Cool, thanks for the review! Always good to get some constructive criticism too, I want to keep doing this after my current aar and keeping some readers interested in my stuff is the main goal.
Excellent piece as always, and +rep to all involved.
It was nice to see my AAR reviewed too! I'm very glad that StealthEvo picked up that I try to add a bit more 'flavour' in the form of emotive and occasional (what I believe) are comical notes too, so it's not just dry descriptions of screenshots. And if you thought the fourth wall was shamelessly broken at the start, you should have seen if when I introduced my own character haha... you definitely got me with the consistency bit!
My only gripe with the review is that it recommends I establish a narrative from the point of view of a protagonist, but this is what I have been doing for the past 20 episodes with Julian and his invasion of Persia. I have literally focused solely on him, his mission, the way it has and is affecting him, etc. Oh, that and no mention of a single one of my movies? I have more than six now!
But I am nitpicking. It was very good to see my work finally reviewed, and what a glowing review it was! My thanks to StealthEvo for reviewing it, and to the rest of the team for putting together such a good edition of the Critics Quill!
Good work everyone. I was actually introduced to a few new AAR's from here this month, so thanks!
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