And "Pride and Prejudice" boils down to: "A young English woman from a peculiar family is pursued by an arrogant and wealthy young man." Or, "The Lord of the Rings" boils down to: "A hobbit learns that his magic ring is the key to saving Middle Earth from the Dark Lord."
So, I am not confident that I understood the point you made RGT, could you please explain? As for typos, I would rather point them out to the author rather than subtract for finding them. But thats just me:) Go to Comment
Loved this one as much as I did when I first gave it HoH. It is great, really. The tale itself flows like a poem, like the currents of a stream. Only things I did not like as much were the plots, but they were good old 4.0s. Won't pull your score down for that. The tale is fantastic. Go to Comment
Guys, we don't need this kind of behavior. It is taking us nowhere fast.
I strongly urge you to remove your vote RGTraynor, for it is blatantly obvious it was a vote made while under influence of strong negative emotions towards Echo.
You may very well honestly mean this is a substandard sub, that is your privilege, but your timing is off. Voting perfect 5.0 subs low during an ongoing dispute with its author is suspect at best. Go to Comment
One of the most enjoyable contributions I've read thus far on this site, and certainly deserving of five stars. While I would need to adjust it to fit my homebrew mythology, I would love to find a way to include something like this in my campaign. Great job! Go to Comment