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by Aerius
Sun Jan 15, 2012 2:10 pm
Forum: Public Discussion
Topic: Ask!
Replies: 4953
Views: 842523

Re: Ask!

Some books I'd suggest off the top of my head to start with: Canterbury Tales Something by Jane Austin--Probably Pride and Prejudice is the best one but I dunno, I'm not huge into Austin. Dracula (if you actually read the book, you'll discover a bunch of interesting shit Stoker does narratively) Th...
by Aerius
Fri Jan 13, 2012 8:01 pm
Forum: Blog posts
Topic: A Week of Memories part 5: Lessons Learned
Replies: 15
Views: 12609

Re: A Week of Memories part 5: Lessons Learned

I think you must be very lucky to have found each other to be able to run smooth and with a - more or less - coherent team over such a long time like this and providing a very high quality result in the end. Admireable, really. And nice to read that it seems to be possible. :)
by Aerius
Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:47 pm
Forum: Public Discussion
Topic: Ask!
Replies: 4953
Views: 842523

Re: Ask!

I might already guess the answer on that one, but meh. To the character writers: Did you ever have the feeling your characters developed in a way that you did not intend to? Like, 'developing a life on their own'? It's what happens to me frequently when I develop a character over time and imagine mo...
by Aerius
Fri Jan 13, 2012 7:40 pm
Forum: Blog posts
Topic: A Week of Memories part 5: Lessons Learned
Replies: 15
Views: 12609

Re: A Week of Memories part 5: Lessons Learned

Having no strong leadership was a part of the "failsafe" line of thought, plus we worked more comfortably without the necessary bureaucracy that comes along with it. This is something I find extremely interesting, as my personal experience shows that lack of something like a 'strong leadership' is ...