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The contest runs from July 1 to July 31, and voting will then run from August 1 through August 7. The winner will be announced on August 8 and contacted via PM. Contest details and directions may be found HERE!
Alright, everyone's done except for the wizard, and she's getting close. Should be in perfect shape to start the show after the new year. With a new baby also arriving imminently, posting may become erratic or non-existent for a few days. I'll try to give fair warning.
If you have feedback on how your prologue wrapped up, feel free to fire away. I'll take the good and bad--after all, this is your game too, I'm just here to enhance the fun
Yay! Looking forward to finally meeting the others.
Also, my opinion about the prologue: The Good: smooth transition picking up from where Will left, enough spooky elements to give a taste of what is to come The Bad: (very minor nitpick) character hooks were perhaps not fully exploited The Ugly: none
Thanks for the feedback. I do apologize for not latching on with all hooks, but some of them I just couldn't figure out how to tie up in short order without knowing what the original GM intended. And running 6 solo groups is much harder than one sextet, so I was keen to get things together
I would really love to see some elements from my character's prologue play out or be referenced in the main storyline, since obviously with the quick wrap up a lot of questions went unanswered. Other than that though, you did an excellent job picking up the storyline and moving it forward.