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Re: Video Games and Interactive Fiction General

Postby Huojin » 21:00:05 Tuesday, 28 March, 2017

Master of Oblivion wrote:That game is a lot of fun, but I have no idea what I am actually doing.

deets pls

Or better yet, do an AAR in Creative Writing :D
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Re: Video Games and Interactive Fiction General

Postby Master of Oblivion » 21:34:33 Tuesday, 28 March, 2017

Lol, my AAR would be hilarious.

Comarde MOO sits at his desks in confusion. He grabs his budget and calculator as an aid pours a glass of vodka.

"Hmm, it seems like we spent 20 monies to send envelopes to the Right Wing? What the fuck does that mean?"

After arbitrarily setting a random budget and finishing his glass of Vodka Comrade MOO stares at the globe. His aid pours him another glass.

"Let's send weapons to Libya. Let's send weapons to Zimbabwe. What is this even doing? Where are we getting these weapons from?"

Finally MOO grabs the bottle and begins chugging from it. He randomly decides to invest in some technologies and reforms. Wooh.
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Louisiana: Edmond Lavaeu
1968: USSR

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Re: Video Games and Interactive Fiction General

Postby Huojin » 16:25:52 Wednesday, 29 March, 2017

I approve wholeheartedly, and demand more. More, I say!
The Gesarist Manifesto, chapter 5 opening foreword wrote:"The guerrilla must move like a fish in the sea, namely by drinking until you can delude yourself into hoping rich bastards will be gone one day."


  • Louisiana 1792: Fils de la Révolution - GM/Author
  • Balance of Power: 1968 - Iraqi Republic
  • Saenwyn: A Song of Ashes - Corentin of House Tremayne, King of Saenwyn and Defender of the Realm

(excuse me while I blow my own trumpet)

Smyg the slow-running Louisiana
Smyg is pretty much the storytelling epic
Smyg of this century
Smyg Huojin is writing the Great American Novel and it's not even American

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Re: Video Games and Interactive Fiction General

Postby Master of Oblivion » 00:04:05 Thursday, 30 March, 2017

Seriously though, I recommend getting it. It costs less than an ok beer at a bar.
GM of 1898
Louisiana: Edmond Lavaeu
1968: USSR

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