Huzzah! It's finally out
Great work everybody - especially the new guys!
Great issue guys. I'm honoured to have been apart of it, hopefully I'll be able to say that for the next issue as well.
Schrödinger, thanks for the kind review mate, I'll add it to my sig.
Here's to Issue 34. Although we might need more than one pint...
Awesome. Good job guys Happy to see both my first review and my writing competition submition reviewed here. Thanks Shankbot
Great article on character developing robinzx :
Also looking forward to the next issue .
Finally here! I'd be happy to help with the next issue too if there is anything to do
Great work everyone and thank you for the review Shankbot- although I have both a family tree (thank you!) and two character lists by now!
Particularly enjoyed robinzx's bit on killing main characters...
And urge EVERYONE to check out SBH's project which could be really major for the AAR genre as a whole!
I know, I know, a bit out of date but...Originally Posted by Schrödinger
You've already killed one of my fav characters tonight, don't get any ideas! Although I am mentally exploring some plots to do with this...Originally Posted by Schrödinger
I'll second what you've said about the Anthology - defiantly something to watch out for.
Wow, that was a positive review of my 'Restoration...' AAR, was not expecting that! Still disappointed that it had to end (I blame the Trojans), Constantius was poised to take over the world and dispose of that sniveling Honorius.
You know, I've never met a fellow Australian that's barbequed shrimp before....
Mind you we do love to barbeque just about anything!
'The Last Pagan Emperor'- An Invasio Barbarorum Somnium Apostatae Juliani AAR
'Immortal Persia' A Civilization III AAR
Prepare to imbibe the medicine of rebuke!
Thanks for the very flattering review, Robinzx. I do feel obligated, however, to point out that Liberty or Monarchy is on hold for the forseeable future due to a combination of RL time constraints and a (hopefully temporary) lack of interest in ETW.
Excellent work as always! Congrats to the writers and the editor! Now I guess it is time to pick up my quill again.
@ robinzx: Thank you very much for the generous review of my Scriptorium competition piece. I am glad to see that you have found those extra layers in the story. Very professional work! (I mean the review )
[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)
~ The Writers' Study ~ MAARC ~ TotW ~ The Collected Wisdom of AAR Writing ~ My work ~
Following the footsteps of Hesus de bodemloze and bringing Robin de Bodemloze along
Glad to see Q33 finally arrived
Just joking guys! Well done, reviewers and contributors all
I'll add to your list robinzx.
Great article. doesn't cover it enough.
In general, great work everyone. Shankbot and Heiro's works were a nice surprise. Hopefully there will be more.
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AAR: Filii Martis
My aim in life: To become a Bodemloze.
Though I'll probably never achieve it.
Because I'm too lazy.
If you liked this issue, then you will be pleased to know that Issue 34 has now been published!
If you didn't like this issue, then why not get over there anyway to see if we've improved?
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