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Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby alabaster » Tue Nov 27, 2012 2:27 am

http://somnovastudios.blogspot.com/2012 ... iters.html

I had a clever quip about this but I forget what it was.
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Mr Immortal » Tue Nov 27, 2012 11:35 am

You're right; live and learn. But I can how hard it must be to pin down one character between quite a few different writer, who probably allhave very different styles. But you've got it all sorted out, so well done :mrgreen:
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby TheCynic » Tue Nov 27, 2012 3:25 pm

It's weird; i know exactly what this post was talking about :P


But thanks for the warning beforehand somnova ;)
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby jarek56 » Tue Nov 27, 2012 11:59 pm

TheCynic wrote:It's weird; i know exactly what this post was talking about :P


But thanks for the warning beforehand somnova ;)

This opinion must be seconded.

Well, at least you guys are making solid, stable progress. It's great to know that the girls are so well-made by this point. Relief, really. :D

I'd be lying if I said that I'm not getting a little anxious at the wait, but at the same time, YOU'RE ALL STILL HERE, so, yeah...better you boys take your time and do this right, I guess.

I'll just be off downloading shit from Erogedownload, then, to ward off the desperation to see this project come true in the meantime. And Lurk. I always can Lurk.

Godspeed, Ladies and Gents.

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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby TheLastMelody » Thu Dec 06, 2012 9:52 am

Good to know you are adressing issues as you meet them ^_^
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Zezin » Tue Dec 11, 2012 2:52 am

I finally got around to reading this one.
Once I read " the writing team basically split up at the beginning in order to tackle their respective girls" I face-desked.
How could you have NOT seen how bad of an idea that is? That NEVER works. I've tried that tactic on group projects and what not. NEVER worked, not once.
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby TheLastMelody » Tue Dec 11, 2012 12:29 pm

Zezin wrote:I finally got around to reading this one.
Once I read " the writing team basically split up at the beginning in order to tackle their respective girls" I face-desked.
How could you have NOT seen how bad of an idea that is? That NEVER works. I've tried that tactic on group projects and what not. NEVER worked, not once.

Well, maybe they had NOT tried that on group projects? Don't forget that there is a first time for everything, I suspect none of the devs went to the same school as you ^_^
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Wren » Tue Dec 11, 2012 3:51 pm

TheLastMelody wrote:
Zezin wrote:I finally got around to reading this one.
Once I read " the writing team basically split up at the beginning in order to tackle their respective girls" I face-desked.
How could you have NOT seen how bad of an idea that is? That NEVER works. I've tried that tactic on group projects and what not. NEVER worked, not once.

Well, maybe they had NOT tried that on group projects? Don't forget that there is a first time for everything, I suspect none of the devs went to the same school as you ^_^


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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby TheLastMelody » Tue Dec 11, 2012 5:18 pm

Wren wrote:
TheLastMelody wrote:
Zezin wrote:I finally got around to reading this one.
Once I read " the writing team basically split up at the beginning in order to tackle their respective girls" I face-desked.
How could you have NOT seen how bad of an idea that is? That NEVER works. I've tried that tactic on group projects and what not. NEVER worked, not once.

Well, maybe they had NOT tried that on group projects? Don't forget that there is a first time for everything, I suspect none of the devs went to the same school as you ^_^


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Never heard of it. I myself am going to "Life's school"(damn, sounds better in my language, oh well)
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Snuffkin » Fri Dec 28, 2012 9:25 pm

I'm sure you writers look forward to the work ahead of you with greater anticipation than this part 1 stuff, if only because with everything ahead of now, you don't have to do as much to mesh your writing with that of others and have deviations you considered great thrown out due to their damage to the equilibrium.

Do you consider it likely that the team will release a part 1 demo in the same vein of KS?
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Snuffkin » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:03 pm

Zezin wrote:I finally got around to reading this one.
Once I read " the writing team basically split up at the beginning in order to tackle their respective girls" I face-desked.
How could you have NOT seen how bad of an idea that is? That NEVER works. I've tried that tactic on group projects and what not. NEVER worked, not once.

I imagine they WILL be cross checking their work at assigned intervals, much like the KS devs did. Really, this seems like the only fair way to incorporate the different writing styles without making the editors into the fucking Borg.
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby Likhos » Fri Dec 28, 2012 10:21 pm

I read at some point that there is a planned demo, whether this is the first act or a part of it is unknown as for now.

Dunno why but somehow I wanna see more erik fanart. :3
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Re: Blog Post: A Tale of Seven Writers

Postby alabaster » Sat Dec 29, 2012 9:26 pm

We'll almost certainly release an Act 1 demo somewhere down the line.

Hagon wrote:Dunno why but somehow I wanna see more erik fanart. :3

I just want more Erik. All the Erik possible.
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