It does tend to go turn and turnabout - as she said, Earwig was brilliant at first but fell flat towards the end (that 'Oh by the way random people please join' line in particular), while the last section was sparkling in places, and the weaker places were masked by the non-human nature of it. I definitely liked Ilraen and Kur'nak best - they felt like people, not instruments of writing.
(Interesting - when I write in a hurry I tend to go overboard with the adjectives and random character-revealing lines, and lose track of the plot. Interesting that you apparently do the opposite. Them's the way the world's made, I s'perose)
*embarrassed coughing, since had too many tabs open and got them mixed up previously* Aaaanyways! With a slight delay, I present to you the All-HQ Australian Indoor-Rules Quiddich League website,... more
... to seeing Blast Hardcheese go up against BOTB. I imagine Derik and Laura getting into a competition of who can bark orders the best. Meanwhile, of course, their teams completely ignore them and... more
Team Nevermind- I like this type of team up, a bunch of people who go into something with no (or in some cases, BAD) ideas of what they are doing. Makes for a good read/watch in stuff. I liked how... more
I love that all four stories take very different paths to reach the point of six (or seven) united characters. I was a little skeptical of what this would be like at first, but now I'm glad I decided ... more
For the record, my involvement in the Team Nevermind story was actually pretty minimal. I nudged some of Ilraen's and Nume's lines a bit, but beyond that it's all Phobos' writing. I was thoroughly... more