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Ryu is getting so lazy he forgot to color in his own fanart.
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>> No. 37833 edit
I liked Kenshin better with long hair.
>> No. 37834 edit
>Plays Ougon CROSS sleepy
>Playing better
>> No. 37835 edit
>>37832
Piece and Friend?
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It's quite a nice picture.
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>>37735
But...the world IS wonderful~! Wahahahahaha~
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>>37643
This makes me think you have a critical misunderstanding of Civ4's game mechanics... do you think that cottages only produce gold?

>>37662
That... actually makes a lot of sense based on what I saw. No wonder it didn't have (hardly) any infrastructure. Losing a city to the barbs sucks.
>> No. 37841 edit
Evening seacats, how was your day?
>> No. 37845 edit
Okay I will post an horror story as a test using my skills as a translator:

(female Narrator Obviously not Lion)
The following story was told to my mother.My mother has a friend that is a nurse and she was the one that told the story to my mother.


Seven years ago Mariana ( the name of the nurse that is friend of my mother) was on her night shift on the hospital and suddenly one patient who was a woman
arrived with her daughter. The woman only had a strong stomachache,since the pain didn't go away, she had to be hospitalized.


And she stayed there for 4 days. Her daughter sleeped with her all the nights.
(By the way, this hospital have rooms with curtains that separate rooms, but I dont why they hospitalized her in a room that had walls and doors.and the door had a round hole with a transparent crystal.)


Anyway, the old lady started to get worse with her stomachache. on the fourth night
both the daughter and the woman went to sleep, the girl on the floor and the woman
on an hospital bed.(The hospital bed was a little high)


In the early morning, the daughter started to hear some knockings, then she felt that a hand was pressing her shoulder. The girl reacted and it was the hand of her mother, The mother pointed to the crystal of the door and opened her mouth as if she wanted to scream but couldn't.

The girl looked at the cristal and said that she saw a man wearing black with a white pale skin and he was like mocking her,but what amazed her was that He didn't have eyes. The girl said that she started screaming and the man dissapeared. The nurses came to the room...and the woman started to felt even more sick...the morning after that the woman died.

This is a true story, since the girl went with psychologists and said that she couldn't overcome the death of her mother and that she saw the devil.









Original Source in Spanish :
http://kruela.ciberanika.com/alfabetico/del_infierno.shtml
>> No. 37846 edit
>>37845
If it sucks I won't post more~
>> No. 37847 edit
>>37845
It sucks, because paranormal is for losers.
>> No. 37848 edit
>>37847
Also, paranormal for suckers is too mean~ I just don't like it.
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My curiosity has gotten the better of me as to who may be up at this hour...
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>>37849
I am~!
>> No. 37851 edit
>>37849
hi moe-tan
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>>37850
>>37851
Good evening to the both of you. <Mister> Anon. <Miss> Misha.

I hope you are enjoying this moment between late night and early morning.
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>>37852
I am, I did finish Little Big Planet with Rosa a while ago, it was fun.
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>>37852
Good evening. I hope you're doing well with your studying, my dear~
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>>37853
Ah. I am glad to hear that you and and <Miss> Rosa are having at this late hour.

>>37854
My studies are constant, though I don't know if it progressive due to losing sleep.
But it is good to hear you are doing well, <Miss> Misha.
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>>37855
You do what you gotta do. I'll be cheering you on~!
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>>37839
You'll find it isn't.
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>>37858
Shush, I'm older than you are~! You'll be the one doing the discovering~!
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>>37859
Some of us didn't live sheltered lives, you know! Age has nothing to do with experience!
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>>37860

Says the one us innocent youngsters should be sheltered from.
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>>37860
Still in the "cynical teen who thinks she knows everything about the world" phase, eh~? Don't worry, you'll grow out of it eventually, wahahahaha~ Then you'll be able to realize what you've been missing~!
>> No. 37863 edit
>>37860
I think you were sheltered too. Except you grew up in a bomb shelter~
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>>37862
You can't just turn a blind eye to everything. Instead, become an ally of justice.
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>>37864
What are you talking about~?
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>>37865
Looks like you're pretending that nothing is wrong with the world.
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>>37866
I never said there wasn't anything wrong with it, I simply said that it was wonderful~

The people with blind eyes are those who look around and can't find at least 10 wonderful things just sitting right beside them~
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It amazes me you still think I'm that cynical. I just do it for jokes, you know!
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>>37868
If you're not being serious, then why do you think I am~?
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>>37869
Well, you know how old people sometimes have difficulty telling the two apart.
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37871
>Check lemmasoft
>PM from Sakevisual composer
>Offers to do music for "Of Love and You"
Wait, what?
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37872
Also, caved in and downloading Katawa. This better be good.
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>>37871
There's such a thing as English VN circles?

>>37872
I think it's fun, at least~
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>>37873
4LS, Sakevisual, Winter Wolves, these are groups. They produce Visual Novels. Though KS was the only one to come out of 4LS, the others have made numerous and even sell them at conventions.
>> No. 37875 edit
>>37848
;_;~~ hmm I guess I didn't choose well..

>>37871
So are you going to take his offer?
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>>37875
I admit I'm excited~ I've to make sure he understands I make no money at all.
>> No. 37877 edit
>>37876
Then go ahead and tell him/them~
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>>37874
I'm aware of what 4LS is, of those, but I also know they produced KS for free (and that was intended to be their only release). To be honest I'd never really heard of another English VN, or rather, one written in native English.
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>>37878
How sheltered!
>> No. 37880 edit
Congrats Riri, etc
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>>37879
Wow, their forum is a graveyard compared to 4LS's~
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>>37881
Such a troublesome, tough crowd.
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>>37882
I'm just giving you grief~ Still, congrats on the contact~
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>>37883
Well, 4chan isn't fond of English VNs for the most part, so they only show interest to those that originated from 4chan.
>> No. 37885 edit
>>37884
Probably cause someone posted that one you did on /jp/ where it received good reviews
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>>37885
Which I'm okay with.
>> No. 37887 edit
>>37886
Heh, If I remember right though, your first reaction was something like oh god why did you do that, then it got good reception from 4chan of all places.
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>>37887
Things turned out for the better, although I do wish whoever keeps posting my work there identify themselves.
>> No. 37889 edit
>>37888
I'm sure we have an idea of who it is anyway, though they hopefully meant no harm.

On another topic, I'm considering doing a parlor game of my own once I find some time after homework and stuff is done and I'm caught up. (It'll give me something to do during long stretches of boredom I have instead of sitting around going wat do)
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>>37867
I agree. The world is wonderful.

There is nothing wrong with world; "we" who have a problem.

There are natural cataclisms. Fine. We can help the homeless.

There are preconception. Fine. We can deal with our preconception and treat people more fairly.

There are violence and crimes. Fine. We can setting our lives in a righteous way and give the example for people around us.

To change the world, we need start by changing ourselves, seeing his wonders and believing in the future.

Sorry if I was too pedantic. But that's what I believe.
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37891
Careful. There's a word for people who change their own perception so much that it barely resembles the reality.
>> No. 37892 edit
>>37891
So.. Belphe?
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>>37892
Belphe?
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>>37891
Onii-chan, let's do it.
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>>37891
You mean... "insanity"? Perhaps "madness"?

I believe hope has kept men sane since the beginning of time. Because, sometimes, the only thing that led them to madness was the logical pessimism...

I also believe, to change the world, it requires eras, not years. No matter how many people we have working together, it is always a work in progress.

It is the work that I run now and what I'll teach my children, so they will can teach their children and so forth.

If hope is madness, perhaps be mad is the only thing that can protect ourselves from a lethal ans suicidal sanity.

Of course, some are just particular thoughts. I'm always open to discussion and review these concepts.

Again, sorry if I was too pedantic.
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>>37895
I meant "delusional" as those two have become too diluted in meaning nowadays, but yes.

Of course, you have delusion at both ends of the scale. I'm one of types Ange would view as an cynical teen who needs to grow up, as that mentality seems related to a quotation she posted once that targets youth and cynicism specifically, but I'm still seeing things everywhere. For instance, >>37894
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>>37897
B, but that's real!
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>>37897
As they say in the "Kindred of the East", about "The Path of A Thousand Whispers":

To be truly balanced, one must occasionally go to extremes.
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>>37898
Oh, I get it. It's not at all uncommon to do it with someone. After all, everything you do with someone is it.
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>>37900
Rejected, huh.
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See >>34324
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>>37901
But I didn't reject the offer at all. Let's see. The last time we did it, it was thinking of a name for that site. So, iihi wasn't good enough, after all.

Well, people are probably going to call it applegate anyway, considering that's the subdomain name.
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>>37900
一緒にやらないか?
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>>37903
But I like that name.

>>37902
Interesting.
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>>37904
やるぜ。 一度だけ
>> No. 37907 edit
A successful day of doing menial tasks for pocketchange.
>> No. 37908 edit
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>>37905
I like it too.

>>37907
Baito, Joji?
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>>37906
良し、がったい!
>> No. 37910 edit
>>37908

Human testing again ne~
>> No. 37911 edit
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37911
Why is seacats being so lewd this early.
>> No. 37912 edit
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>>37911
Anon let's do it.
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>>37912
Riri, stop soliciting naughty things over the internet!
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>>37912
Indeed, shall we proceed right now?
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>>37914
Hurrah. I'm counting on you, anon-moe.
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37916
What you guys doing?
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>>37909
Destiny combining!
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>this thread

が、がったい。。。~?
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>>37915
>>37916
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>>37902
I can not judge that.

Everything I can say is there is more than simple cynicism.

There is a social tendency since the French Revolution, going off to the concept of society to Adam Smith, the publication of "The Wealth of Nations" and the introduction of the concept of self-interest, where things get complicated and culminate today.

And no, I'm not a communist/marxist/socialist.
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>>37919
Why would you do that?
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>>37921
Forcing a dog to do science? Well I don't know, he probably didn't got injuried.
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>>37922
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>>37922
>Eden of the East
Main character moe.
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>>37924
Eden of the East?
I loved it!
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>Gundam AGE plot weakens, too
W, what's with my animes suddenly weakening themselves?!
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>>37926
I stopped with Gundam.

But, anyway, SIEG ZEON!
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>Katawa Shoujo
Other than a few nitpicks here and there (The narrator telling himself "It's a new life", then following it up by stating "That's what I tell myself"), it's actually not bad. I can't bring myself to dislike it.
>> No. 37929 edit
>>37928
You will like it.
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>>37928
Really?
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Are we talking about "Cat on my Shoulder"?
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>>37930
... am I supposed to dislike it?

Nitpick: offering the choice to ask about Shizune's deafness, but picking that choice results in doing nothing. Don't offer me a choice if the narrator won't follow my choice!
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>>37932
Hanako's route is the best.
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>>37932
I guess I'm the only one not into it, then.
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I, too, am determined to dislike it. Misha seems to be cheerful and likeable enough, though, so I wanted to give it a read.

The writing is a bit awkward at times, with such descriptions as "I briskly walk through the gate", in that it seems a weird thing to narrate. It's not exactly jarring or bad, but I feel such things are always a little awkward.

So far so good, with a few things that felt cleverly written to me. It's not as bad as I'd initially thought crippled girl porn would be.
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>>37935
"It dawns on my tired mind". It's such an elementary mistake! Show, don't tell! Show us how it dawns on his tired mind, don't have him explain to us how his mind is tired (already discernible from the events of the day) and how it "dawns" on him! Damnit, writers!
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>>37934
There's always me.
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>>37934
I only read the Act 1 demo. It was okay but there's no real motivation for me to bother with the full version, really.
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>>37932
Honestly, there are a couple of choices like that, but it's not quite as bad as it was in the preview version of act one (wherein there was an infamous choice of "I'm fine" which would result in a huge rant from the MC telling off the girls that put you on a bad end upon picking). Now, off to class with me~
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I'll probably end up writing a scathing review of its writing when I'm done. "Misha signs for her to bail her out"... and the other day he had no clue of sign language whatsoever. It's tiny mistakes like these that rattle, even if it's also cleverly written on the other side.

Like this, Katawa Shoujo bounces me between "Hey, that's neat" and "Damnit, writers!"
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>>37934
>>37937
Well, Piece is tsundere for anything that's not japanese.
I downloaded it but I still haven't started it.
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>>37937
>>37938
Okay, so I'm not alone after all.
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While there are plenty of moe characters, the writing style isn't exactly wonderful, yes.
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I will download someday. When my laziness allow it.
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>>37940
That reminds me of the level of writing from that other English VN, I can never remember its name though, crt-ed through it all anyway, since the writing was so awful at times.

>>37934
I don't care for it. But I haven't given it a chance as of yet, so that is subject to change.
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>>37943
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>>37945
>>37945
Don't Take it Personally, Babe, It Just Ain't Your Story?
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>>37941
How cruel, asking a maiden in love to criticise her true love's posts! Wait, you meant your own, not kami-chama's? B, baka anon-moe.

It's not that bad really. The first sentence is a bit awkward (use "only to see the taskmaster" instead of "just to see"), and "grits his own teeth" is redundant given he can't really grit someone else's teeth. The ranger attacks twice, too; when using "and" without comma, you carry over the subject of the previous sentence if you specify no new one.

So, "The ranger grits his teeth and the ranger attacks the trapped dwarf twice", but you are permitted to omit "the ranger" from the second clause. In this case, you still carry over the form.
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>>37945
I had no real qualms with the writing in that one that I remember, other than it deceiving the reader in a clumsy and awkward way.
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>>37947
I've seen screencaps of that and it made me cringe. I wouldn't subject myself to the torture of reading such a thing even if I were paid to.
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>>37949
A, assuming it's Don't Take It Personally, of course. If it's that one I showed with no music and the gay scene, then the writing is indeed awful.
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>>37950
Forget the writing, I can't stand the name.
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Hanyuu wants to know if Aeir could express having used the item recharging power of an artificer already or not.
>> No. 37954 edit
Well At least I can tell you that its worth reading and It won't be a waste of your time.

Ask Hide and Rin if my opinion isn't trystworthy.
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Heh, I wonder where I can find that terrible youtube fanfic about that inserted witch? Now there is some horrible writing to complain about.
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>>37954
>trystworthy
lewd and immoral
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>>37953
Going to be hard on that, no. One was given ample time to chime in to take a short rest and provide the party a benefit, and I had no indication from Hangyoo that he would be incapacitated or otherwise unable to take action.

>>37952
>>37950
>>37945
More interesting to inquire, would you read my writing?
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>>37957
If I thought I had the time and nothing else to do, sure.
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>>37949
>>37951
I think we might be talking about two different VN's. I'm talking about that one, that almost everyone started reading, that had all those different endings, 'futa ending' 'little sister who is huge ending' 'teacher ending' 'gay ending' and so on. The one with the guy and that stupid ring, childhood promise(or was it love), I don't remember if it was grammatically awful. It was just bland and extremely boring.
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>>37948
Uuoohh, I typed "just to see" first but I was unsure. So instead of "Saying this, the ranger grit his own teeth and attack the trapped dwarf twice" should it be like "Saying this, the ranger grit his teeth and attack the trapped dwarf twice"?
>> No. 37962 edit
>>37957
Also, Hanyuu says he was busy but couldn't find a way to contact you since you're not usually on Steam or MSN or anything like that.
>> No. 37963 edit
>>37962
Also says that he respects your decision. I'm just bringing this up because an easy way to contact the GM is usually necessary in these things.
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>>37961
attacked*
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http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=udEAEARD-Fo

https://playhawken.com/?ref=177w8wyl
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>>37957
I already have read your writing, and I'd say I quite like it for the most part. I'm looking forward to reading more of your works in the future.
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>>37957
Of course. I read that short story and Nice Day. I'll read the next thing you release, as well. Of course, I would much rather read writing from glorious Japanese literary geniuses, such as Ryu-chama. Even if they are put through a filter of translation.

Would you read mine?
>> No. 37968 edit
>>37951
Dear god I hated that thing
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>>37960
That was just hack job writing, yes. Nothing to do with preference, it was objectively bad.

>>37961
>>37964
Attacks. Any sentence that starts in present tense ends in present tense.

>>37962
>>37963
Hangyoo has my Gmail, doesn't he? I check my inbox religiously, so there's opportunities there.

>>37959
>>37966
That's good to know, at least.
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>>37958
Where do you find this stuff Chen. Seriously.

>>37957
The one piece of writing of yours I've read. ( Nice Day) And I thought it was well and I enjoyed it.

>>37961
Looking at that I want to add an 'ed' to 'grit' making it 'gritted' and attack making it 'attacked' but this might just be my own opinion on what looks good.
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>>37967
I, it's not like I'm happy, or anything, onii-chama. A, anyway, I'd read your works, if you'd let me.
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>>37956
THE LION IS LEWD CAMPAIGN IS HAVE RESULTS ON SEACATS. ;_; ;_; ;_;
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>>37967
I'd read anything you wrote, even if it were just walls of text ranting about politics and the current state of the world's economy. And I have zero interest in either of those subjects.
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>>37970
Chen has her sources.
>> No. 37975 edit
>>37972
HAVING SUCESS
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By the way ,

[4:23:00 PM] Brandon: Hrmm I do exist
[4:23:19 PM] Brandon: also I recently moved out so my net is gonna be down for a few weeks.
[4:23:57 PM] Brandon: Anyway pass ze the message to the seakittens
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>>37971
Well, I don't really have any writing to be read, but if the time ever comes, I wouldn't have anyone to share it with but /seacats/.

Although I say I like honesty in criticism, I would rather take "I don't wike it" from Ange than whatever a place like 4chan can dish out.
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>>37969
Kay-o. Relayed.
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>>37976
Without internet for weeks? That's gotta be some kind of human rights violation.
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>>37977
Just to be clear, I'm not looking forward to it, all right? I, I don't care if I s, some day find an e-mail from onii-chama with a wonderful story in it.
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37979

>>37976
Who is that from Chen? I have a two different ideas on who it could be.

That sucks, btw.

>>37967
>>37977
I would also like to read it; if you wrote something.
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>>37978
Is something wrong, otouto-chan?
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>>37983
I must have missed the memo.
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>>37980
I once had internet down for a day

Every second was painful.
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>>37965
Is this Mechwarrior.
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>>37982
Kake-ra.
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>>37981
Emailing it directly to anyone would be too embarrassing, so I'd just post it publicly. Although, I wouldn't feel right if it wasn't somehow /seacats/ related. Don't get the wrong idea, though. I may think writing is kakkoii, but I never really write myself. So it'll probably never happen.

>>37982
Doumo. But do you just say that because I'm a poster her?
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>>37984
Just what are you talking about?
>> No. 37990 edit
>>37986

yes
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>>37987
Eh? I thought it was Brad. Are you telling me that's his name too!?

Working at McDonalds, having internet down, and on top of that being Australian... ah, how pitiable that would be. It's good that it isn't him.
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>>37991

Being Kakera is suffering

but

[4:23:33 PM] Brandon: Yeah using phone for net atm
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I wonder if there's a website we can play Risk online with each other at.
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Wait, what am I saying? Brandon =/= Brad.
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>>37994
Ne , Brandon is Brad with a n before the d with on after the d.
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>>37992
Suffering, indeed. I wouldn't wish that upon my worst enemy.
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>>37987
Okay, that is what I thought. But since we also have a 'Brad' I wasn't sure.

>>37988
Nope, I don't say that because you post here. You being a seacats is irrelevant to me wanting to read something you would write.
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List of people whose writing I want to read:

- RIN
- Astaroth
- Piece
- John
- Kinjo (Something not Umineko, that is)
- RIN
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>>37989
Nothing, nevermind.
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>>37999
Kami-chama is George, of course. It stands to reason Piece would be onii-chama, and RIN is onee-chama. What would you like me to call you?
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>>37981
>>37998
My writing is a bit, well... To tell the truth, I haven't actually written anything in a fair while. On top of that, my writing style is littered with grammatical errors and a tendency towards somewhat erratic pacing, about the only positive thing about my writing style is that it's unique and fairly distinctive. I was always complimented on it back in high school, but I did end up dropping out (not to mention English was my weakest subject in the first place), so those compliments are pretty empty in retrospect.

I think the last person to read a sample of my writing was Kinjo, and that was something of a collaborative short story between myself and someone else. Hilariously, almost every error that had been picked out was part of what I had written.
>> No. 38002 edit
>>38000
Otouto-chan is fine.
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>>38000
You are aware that you're older than me, right?

>>37997
Interesting. I see. The same goes for me. I wouldn't read something just because someone from /seacats/ wrote it.
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>>38001
... John ojii-chama.

>>38002
If that is your decision. Unlike with kami-chama, I am under no obligation to continuously call someone by a title like that, though.
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>>37998
I was waiting for someone to mention this. So far /seacats/ has only seen my Umineko writing. The most obvious piece of writing I could share would be my latest VN which is currently 30K words long, but with lack of images and sound and gaping holes in the script I don't think it would be wise to publicize any of it yet.

Other than that I've thought about writing short stories from time to time. I've even started jotting down my thoughts whenever I come up with an interesting topic. Too many of my thoughts used to get lost before I could write them down, but I'm getting better at saving them for others to read at a later time.

>>38001
I remember reading that. I was completely fooled into thinking only he had written it. You two work well as co-authors.
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As for writing, I haven't done any fiction writing in quite some time outside of parlor/limbo. Unless you're interested in academic stuff, I got nothin'.
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>>38005
As for me, I was most interested in your Umineko writing. I don't see you as a writer, but rather, an Umineko fan VNovelist. I suppose you put an end to that.
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>>38005
If the writing is good enough and well paced enough you can get lots of people to actually like it even if they don't really enjoy that genre, per say. That being said, I would be interested in reading anything you wrote Kinjo.

Have you tightened those 30,000 words? Because if not, then you are probably going to lose a chunk of them once you start.
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>>38008
Strangely enough, when I self-edit, my wordcount expands rather than contracts.
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>>38004
You flatter me, fair lass.

>>38005
Well, I had a bit of trouble keeping up with his noir-esque writing style at the time, especially considering I hadn't written much of anything for months prior to that, so keeping the story flowing was difficult without making a few errors here and there.
I'd say I was overall satisfied with it though, it was an interesting collaboration and a good way to kill an hour or two of free time.

I think I'd most likely make a better editor than a writer, anyway.
>> No. 38011 edit
im back etc, hi riri and other seacats
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>>38010
Edit for me. It's around 6,500 words, once I finish adding it all together.
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Well there was that one other Umineko Christmas story idea that got put on hold after stuff came up.
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>>38009
Mine becomes a roller coaster. It goes up a little, then drops a chuck, then mellows out, then repeats, and then comes back around slightly lower than before.

Example from my short story. 7,600 - 7,800 - 7,900 - 6,900 - 7,250 - 7,000 - 7,600 - 7,450.

My words changed a lot even though the word count didn't go down much. But I know there are spots I probably should have trimmed a lot more, but I was going to wait and see what my teacher thought.
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>>38012
You sure about that, even though I have essentially zero experience and romance being my weakest skill in writing? I have no objections of course, simply that I can't guarantee I'd be the best man for the job there.
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>>38015
You'll find that the story's precisely against the romanticised idea of love. The protagonist asks the girl if she loves him, and she responds with, "No, love is only possible between family". What follows is the two going on a date that is not a date, and her inviting him to sleep over. They are never explicitly said to be in love, they know each other well and the girl makes it clear that she does not love him. And still it is a story of love.

I'm most interested in weaknesses due to writing it on a whim in four instalments, so I'll show it to you once I finish joining it together into one VN.

I would've liked to present you the writing in a .doc, but unfortunately I wrote it while at my brother's place, and his files aren't available to me so easily. Never did keep a back-up since I didn't think it'd go anywhere.
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>>38007
It's kind of odd, I don't see myself as much of a writer either, but I've always liked to write stories. When I was little, before I knew how to write I'd tell my parents stories and have them write down the words on paper for me. Visual novels seem to be the perfect medium for me, considering I like to write and have a passion for programming games, two things which a lot of people don't have the motivation to learn.

>>38008
Well, I hope not. I think my story might actually suffer a bit from "fluff" that I'm just using to increase the word count (a trick I learned from Ryu) although I hope that was mostly just in the beginning chapters. I've been writing them all out of order. Whenever inspiration strikes me for a certain chapter I'll go right to it. I just hope I can connect the dots smoothly and revise that "fluff" so it's more interesting to read. After all if it's not fun for me to write then it's not fun for anyone to read.

>>38013
Speaking of Christmas stories I wrote a pretty dark/depressing one only about 1,500 words long. Should I post it?
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>>38017
All the VN's I've read currently have been full of 'fluff' and are so in need of tightening. But I guess a reader for VN's doesn't mind things being stated over and over again in the same scene, being extremely wordy, and going around in circles just to make the scene longer, with points that are completely pointless.

I would say go ahead and post it, I'll read it at least.
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>>38016
I remember reading part of that before when you posted it on here actually, the concept seemed pretty interesting so I would quite like to read the rest. Do you plan to link the individual stories together so that they flow as one work, or instead divide it up into 'chapters' that tell different points of the same story? The latter would be easier I think, but for a short work the former would likely flow better.

>>38017
I like psychological thriller works, but that reminds me that I never did actually read anything that you wrote. Mostly because it was Umineko fan-work and I'm not exactly a fan of Umineko itself, besides some of the music.
My preferred genre is actually cyberpunk/steampunk myself, though psychological works are interesting to me, and comedy is something that I love but am not very good at when writing.
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>>38018
Katawa Shoujo's tight enough, go read it!

>>38019
Former, linking them together. "Different points" is weird since it's all a running story in segments of a 1,000 to 2,000 words, with the four parts together somehow coming up as 6500. That might expand as I write scenes to join them together (they're pretty tight so I don't need to write a lot) and remove some redundancy and repeats (the protagonist points out certain qualities to the girl in each segment).
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>>38018
Well, I wouldn't call this one in particular a thriller, but I do get your point. It's just dark and depressing really. I only hesitate to post it because I'd feel bad from reading it.

It's really something I need to work on. Word count impresses people, but if it's all a bunch of boring fluff then what good is it really doing there?

>>38019
It was surprising to learn how many people here are interested in psychology. I like to understand things, and the human mind is one of the most complex things to attempt to understand. Works that really stretch your limits of thinking and change your perspective are really my favorites.
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>>38021
Don't most of us have a hobby in psychology, with 34 actually studying it?
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>>38021
I prefer a bit more psychoanalysis, but I like psychology too.
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Nice Day this, Nice Day that. I feel incredibly left out on something and I've no way of tracking it down. Mind helping me out, Liliane?
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>>38024
http://applegate.seacats.net/?page_id=28

This?
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>>38025
This is what I actually have the site for, you know! To keep track of works I've written.
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>>38025
2600 words? Sure, why not. I've got time to kill.
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>>38026
Since you gave the download link so accessible, I'll download and see.

I'm no great expert in Visual Novels, so I will not have a constructive comment. I hope you can forgive me for that.

And thank you for the link.
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>>38020
Well, I look forward to the finished product then, and if you'd like me to lend a hand in editing it then I'd be happy to be of service.

>>38021
I somewhat agree, that's why I quite like cyberpunk works a lot. Have you ever seen that anime Texhnolyze? If you haven't, you definitely need to go and watch it at some point. No other work has ever moved me so much and managed to completely change my way of thinking before in my life. People say that the ending is incredibly depressing, but for me it was the one thing that raised me up out of my own many-years-long depression. Seeing the main character, Ichise's, drive to live, his overpowering will to survive no matter what, really spoke to me and made me change my entire outlook on life.

As for psychology, I have mixed feelings towards it. It's hilarious how impossibly stupid half of it is, how inaccurate it can be, how the entire field is littered with misconceptions and errors, but on the other hand the DSM handbook makes for some entertaining bedtime reading. Though, that's just my view on it as someone whom several psychiatrists have labelled "incurable through psychology/psychiatry" for various reasons, so it's just my bitter opinion on a flawed subject.

That short story was alright. Though rather than depressing, I'd say it's more frustrating for the girl's pointless stubbornness. If you've ever seen Grave of the Fireflies, it made me feel like that movie did, just frustration towards the character for being too stubborn, selfish and prideful. It was well-written though, I did like it.
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>>38021
Hmm... Can I ask when you wrote this. Also how old is the 'boy' that he's able to kick her out?
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>>38021
You write very well, Kinjo-san. I would like to make more constructive comments, but my English does not allow it.

I will see Nice Day now.
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>>38029
Texhnolyze, huh? Never heard of it, but I'll look into it now. I've also been wanting to watch Grave of the Fireflies but keep forgetting.

I do agree with you that psychology can be so silly sometimes and interesting to read. Although now that I'm taking a class on it and learning it step by step it all seems to make more sense.

The silly thing is that it's mostly theoretical. I guess that's why it's mostly considered pseudoscience, but either way there's little to no proof for most of psychology. Just analyzing and interpreting things, but I find that to be really fun, so I don't mind at all.

Anyway glad you read the story, I find your comments on it to be pretty interesting.

>>38030

November 24th 2011.

Don't think about it too hard. I never had a specific age in mind.

It's all just a giant metaphor, anyway.
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>>38032
The concept is interesting, and I'm not going to give an actual critique, because I don't think you want one/don't know if you do. And I don't want to give you one if it is not welcome.

But I will say a few things anyway. Where are the quotes when people talk?

Also, I think you should expand on the points it would give the writing and the overall message more power.
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Then I never got to that visual novel because I got tied up into something and thus became busy once more.
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>>38033
I didn't feel like writing quotes. I also thought it added to the style of it.

Which points? Either way I kind of want to expand on this in a later work, so I'd like to keep the theme a little more hidden until then.

But if you can find it, good for you.
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>>38032
Texhnolyze is one of those series that most people don't take much of an interest in, which is a shame because it's one of the few anime that I'd actually consider a "masterpiece" scenario-wise. It and Serial Experiments Lain sort of go hand-in-hand as well, so if you liked one then you're sure to enjoy the other.

>>38033
>Where are the quotes when people talk?
To tell the truth, that caught my eye as well, but it was actually one of the things I quite liked about it. I've seen the technique used in writing before but I'm not sure if it has some kind of name, in my opinion it helps the reader dissociate from the characters and adds to the overall atmosphere of it. It seems like quotation marks would be an unnecessary addition in a story that doesn't have much talking to begin with if you ask me, but again that's just personal preference.
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>>38025
...I was fifty minutes thinking about what to say. The words just will not leave. I have nothing constructive to say. So I'll say what I feel.

I love it. It was beautiful.

I read the Notes as well. I agree. The ending is not sad. It may sound stupid, but I think the story continues. For each person who has to say something to someone special, this story continues. She did not finish reading the Visual Novel.

I have to say something to someone. Long ago I should have said that. But I was so immature and silly, so young. So stupid. Maybe my friendship with her is over years ago, but I certainly have to say those words.

Thank you for write it.

And sorry for being sentimentalist, everyone.
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>>38035
I see I understand, without quotes is fine in my opinion.

I think you misunderstood, what I meant by 'it would make the overall message more powerful'

What I meant by it was, the reader would get more impact I feel out of the story, (the sadness of the whole event) if the storytelling wasn't so distanced.
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>>38029
>>38032
>>38036
Yeah Kinjo go watch it, John has good taste etc.

>>37879
Jisei and Kansei are terrible, at least for mystery/story aspect. Everything else was alright though(art, voice acting, etc).
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To clarify, I don't think the writing in Katawa Shoujo is really that bad, it's certainly easier on me than deiz was~ It IS a bit amateurish, but some people may be exaggerating a bit here in their comments on the writing~
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>>38041
If you're talking about me, the complaint I hold is the same I hold for all writing of its kind: a first person narrative with the person describing things that they should be showing!

The minor nitpicks I already admitted to being nitpicks! Suddenly learning sign language overnight!
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>>37998
But you already are reading my writing in /limbo/ right~?
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>>38043
I want a cohesive piece that stands on its own without interfering writing!
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>>38042
Well, it wasn't really you in particular but I felt that it might be coming across to some that the writing in KS was bad. Jyoji's comment comes to mind, and Rosa's response to one of your comments. I don't think it's either poor or fantastic, and I do think it's better than a lot of the Japanese VNs I read (though that may be the fault of the translation).

Heh, I think it's good that you're going for Shizune right away~ Honestly I think I might have liked her route less if I had read one of the others before it, because it's very different~
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>>38045
VN's in general just seem to have poor writing.
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>>38045
Shizune loves Risk! This alone makes her the best girl.
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>>38047
Though I admit I liked the ojou-sama atmosphere they created with Lilly. For otaku-pandering crap, it's well-written crap.
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Why must many a /seacat/ be such writing nazis?
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>>38050
All people who enjoy writing a bit fashion themselves experts on the subject. It's only natural you'd criticise.
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>>38050
Why must /seacats/ discuss writing so much to begin with?

/teaparty/ - writers and critics general,
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>>38052
Cynicism demands you hate on what you love.
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>>38052
Funny how some critics can barely outperform the work that they criticize to begin with.
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>>38054
Well, you know. It's that. You don't need to be able to build a car to tell one is poorly built.
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>>38055
You can build all the cars you want, but it doesn't look all that credible when you say that particular car is poor, but yours is even worse.
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>>38056
That's only a problem if you actually claim your car is better. Perhaps you know your car is no good, but you can tell this other car is bad, too.
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>>38056
So a man isn't qualified to criticize da Vanci's paintings unless he's able to paint like da Vinci himself? Guess that puts every art critic in the world out of a job, then.
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>>38050
>>38056
>>38054
Gee, I wonder who this could be
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>>38057
I'll agree with you on that point.
>>38058
Very true. It can't be helped. Though painting is even more ambiguous to rate than writing is.
>>38059
Your mom is meta.
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>>38054
And how can you make the judgement, without knowing even how well as you say those 'critiques' can write?
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You know what they say! You don't need to be a 5 star chef to know that a cake tastes horrible.
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>>38060
Well, I never much was one to take an interest in paintings, and most modern art just confuses me as to how anyone who isn't blind could possibly think it's good anyway, so art critics disappearing would make little difference to me really.
Of course, the inverse also applies that somebody who is good at writing won't necessarily make a very good critic. Being able to produce high quality works doesn't necessarily imply the ability to recognise other high quality works; likewise, being able to recognise works of high quality doesn't mean that one has the ability to produce works of similar quality.
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>>38062
Because I've seen these critics do what critize, and it's not all that better. It might even be worse. But at this point, I'm not even talking about writing, but things in general.

i.e. Your sibling comes in and sees you draw. They say "It's nice, but it's not like [insert anime/manga here]"
>>38064
I'll agree to that, though I've seen a little less of this inverse circumstance.
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>>38066
When a person criticizes something as being as being terrible, then going on to say that their own work is much better even when it really isn't, then that certainly is a problem. Other than that, I think it's fine for someone to point out the flaws in something so long as they recognise that their own work isn't much better, or even if it's a lot worse as the case might sometimes be.
Well, that's what I think about it anyway.
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>>38067
Sometimes they don't. They just freely tell them that they are terrible at it and never make an attempt to do their own stuff. Like movie critics.

Well, as long as they aren't too bad about it.
Besides, I said some critics, not all critics.
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But film critics criticise better than you do, so you're not qualified to criticise them. Moreover, by your own logic, as someone who hasn't shown himself to be a good writer, how can you claim anyone's work is bad?
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>>38069
I never did.
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Then if you don't assert those criticising KS's writing are bad writers themselves, what was the point of the complaint?
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>>38071
I never said that either.
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>>38072
You sure don't say a lot of things , ne~
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