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    Re: New Town (Carthage AAR) [updated July 12, 2019]

    Well, that doesn't bode well. All I can say is "Best of luck!"
  2. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Well, to be fair, that's pretty much how it is for Derc, Welsh Dragon, and myself. I mean, I don't believe any of us have voted for ourselves, which takes some of the suspense off our ballots. May...
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    Poll: Re: MAARC LXXXIII - the tie-break!

    I know. It feels nice to have a vote where I don't have to think though.
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    Poll: Re: MAARC LXXXIII - the vote!

    Oh, Cook, that really is rough! I am loving your AAR, and only didn't vote for yours by chance (at some point I can only narrow things down so much, and I rolled the dice to decide on two of the...
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Makes me think of the Battle for Ramree Island, but I can't find any movies about that one... :hmm:


    Will have to do some digging.
  6. Re: [SS 6.4] God's Justice (Crusader States AAR, with BGR IV and more!) Complete + Behind the Scenes

    This is interesting Swaeft, and it is an insight to see how much you wanted but couldn't include.


    Given the plans you spell out here, and what you were actually able to accomplish, one thing I...
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Ah dang, I knew that one, but you lads are posting photos in the middle of the night (at least it is for me). The next one will be mine!
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Sad. :crying:

    I was excited to have another point, and for so quickly recognizing that metal man I loved as a kid.
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    Oh, cool! So I got it right then?
  10. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Hey folks, there are only two days left to vote in the current MAARC. So far there are only 6 votes and there are 5 entries. Given that I assume each entrant has voted (if you haven't, then get on...
  11. Re: Derc Plays Through World History (Current: Rome II - Imperator Augustus)

    Dude, I thought you had walled up the sewers so that nastiness wouldn't happen again! What is with these weirdos sailing down a river of poo?! :disgust:



    That is a perfect quote for this...
  12. Re: [SS 6.4] God's Justice (Crusader States AAR, with BGR IV and more!)

    Indeed a nice ending, and I must say, I knew it all along! (I will leave the "it" without further elaboration, so as not to put spoilers in the thread ;) ) But kidding aside, I think this makes...
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    Re: Guess the movie from the picture!

    That is totally the robot from The Iron Giant, but I don't recall that image from any point in that movie. :hmm:
  14. Re: Derc Plays Through World History (Current: Rome II - Imperator Augustus)

    Don't. I may be doing it with detailed passion, but I'm making very little real ground. You clomped the Minaeans into the dust over the course of a handful of a screenshots, and I'm gonna need...
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    Re: Of Wolves and Blobtits

    This was a great one CG! I especially liked your final line, and the fact that you forgot to open the brackets before your last formatting choice. That was the cherry on top :P

    And to you Derc......
  16. Re: Change (Short story, a few chapters - Completed 30/06/19)

    The ending is nice Swaeft, and now you have a finished CW piece! Huzzah! :clap::clap::thumbsup3:cheer2::cheer::clap:


    I must also say, I quite liked your reference to me! I was wondering if you...
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    Re: Of Wolves and Blobtits

    Well, if difficulty can be changed mid-campaign, then I will definitely at least try for a bit on the hardest level then. Worst-case-scenario, I drop it back down. And the suggestion about flicking...
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    Re: Of Wolves and Blobtits

    So I guess in this playthrough you got past the ghouls. Probably because they thought it would be more punishment to let you walk through the world in that ridiculous wolf-mask! :rofls:

    I like...
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    Re: New Town (Carthage AAR) [updated June 30, 2019]

    I agree with everything Welsh Dragon said (especially the wisdom "There is nothing so uncivil as a civil war"). And I guess I would add to it that you seem to be cursed to live in interesting times...
  20. Re: Tale of the Week 292: Leap of Faith - Winner's Circle

    I also really enjoyed it Alwyn! And it was a treat to see you around these parts with a submission. I don't remember when that happened last, but your tales are also good ones! :thumbsup2
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    Poll: Re: MAARC LXXXIII - the vote!

    I prefer to be called a "rapscallion", but rascal will do as well! I'm glad someone noticed the joke. I actually really liked your description, and I felt like it could be used for basically any era...
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    Re: Cookiegod's Development Dilemma

    First things first:



    The answer is "yes!"

    Now, I will use a list to give some thoughts on your questions/comments.


    1-3. Couldn't agree more. And these are fairly relevant for any kind...
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    Re: Wood's Guide to Whiskies

    I imagine that would probably work just as well, but I don't have such things. At any rate, no one should put ice in whisky (unless it's Bourbon, but Bourbon is not on my agenda), but it can be...
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    Re: Wood's Guide to Whiskies

    Connemara, Peated Single Malt
    Irish Whisky



    I have had this bottle laying around for ages now, slowly nipping at it when I want to spare my more fancy stuff and can't be bothered to stoop to...
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    Re: Wood's Guide to Whiskies

    First of all, I love the feud between you two. I honestly can't tell if you guys are bitter rivals, old friends, or possibly even just a geriatric married couple. But the best part is, I don't even...
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    Re: Wood's Guide to Whiskies

    Well, I am hopeful you'll start soon :thumbsup2



    Thanks for the thoughts my Scottish friend. It's too late for a glass now tonight, but I think I will put two glasses in the fridge and try that...
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    Re: Wood's Guide to Whiskies

    Good afternoon whisky lovers. I'm coming at you all with a problem and a wish to gather some thoughts.


    Where I live we are now into something like the third or fourth week of a serious...
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    Poll: Re: MAARC LXXXIII - the vote!

    Indeed a good showing, with some new stuff and the return of old reliables! Glad to be part of this MAARC (sometimes it really is a blessing to not win; it lets me participate in so many more...
  29. Re: Derc Plays Through World History (Current: Rome II - Imperator Augustus)

    Tell me about it. Mo victories, mo problems, am I right!

    Whatever you do now Derc, don't trust those Minaeans! I am starting to slowly work toward them in my AAR, and I can tell you they are...
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    Re: Consultation: the future of the MCWC

    Well, by encouragement I don't mean the "You're the best. Keep it up!" kind of stuff you get from parents. I mean more us readers telling writers when we like things (which I assume is usually the...
  31. Re: Consultation: should 5 or 6 entries be required for a full competition in the MAARC and MCWC?

    I just spoke at length about this in the other consultation thread, so I won't rehash it all here. Short story, I also think the distinction is worth keeping, even at the cost of having MCWCs at much...
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    Re: Consultation: the future of the MCWC

    Thanks for the thread Alwyn, as this is a topic that is certainly worth discussing.

    Now, though I've groaned and moped on some threads about being alone in the MCWC thread, I would agree with...
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    Hey everyone, Welsh Dragon was bold enough to enter the current MAARC, bringing the total number of entrants up to 5. If we can get one more then we'll have a full set and be ready to roll a complete...
  34. Re: Duel between King Athelstan and Swaeft - Winner's Thread

    Well done you two, but I also feel like a duel can't really properly end in a tie (unless, you know, you've both been mortally wounded, but then your posts above would be more along the lines of...
  35. Sticky: Re: Writers' Study Chat and Feedback - Ask all your questions here!

    Hey ZhongBoy, I've not yet stumbled across your AAR yet, so I can't give any thoughts about it specifically (though I will try to wander that way soon and check it out :thumbsup2), but one good...
  36. Re: Derc Plays Through World History (Current: Rome II - Imperator Augustus)

    This is pretty intense. Each update you slice a huge new chunk of land into your domain, but you seem to always have just as many enemies and just as much left to conquer. And I must say, I feel like...
  37. Poll: Re: Duel between King Athelstan and Swaeft - THE VOTE!

    Those were both pretty intense, but also written in a very calming finalistic tone. They ring well and are well put together, and I commend the both of you on your efforts this time around!
  38. Re: [SS 6.4] God's Justice (Crusader States AAR, with BGR IV and more!)

    Hey Swaeft, it's sort of intense seeing you reach the end here. I mean, AARs are stories like any others, and so an end is inevitable, but I guess the fact that we're tooling along with you makes it...
  39. Re: Derc Plays Through World History (Current: Rome II - Imperator Augustus)

    Wow. That was the saddest most inglorious end I could have imagined for Augustus, First Emperor of Rome. Just sitting on his ship twiddling his thumbs while the waves rose around him. But I guess you...
  40. Re: [EBII Sweboz AAR] The Furor Teutonicus [Updated: 07/06/2019]

    Well taken! :thumbsup2 The rest of the sentence is all compliment, and that bit was meant in the same spirit!
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