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Post Posted: 21 Sep 2009, 22:18
Post Posted: 21 Sep 2009, 22:38
Well, anything that relates to the "Unreal" story (as opposed to UT) is fair game. In publishing Prophet's story, I also placed links from our Fan Fiction page to all of the Unreal-related stories I found at fanfiction.net. However, I haven't had time to read any of them to see if they are finished. You may also be aware of other fanfics found elsewhere. I guess there's not much point in reviewing unfinished stories, unless they're clearly not being worked on any longer... but it's up to you. To get started, I suggest browsing the Fan Fiction page here at UnrealSP and thinking about how you would like to go about reviewing the stories. Would you use Enigma's schema, or would you prefer to take a different approach? Would you keep Enigma's reviews, or replace them? Once you've sorted that out in your head, perhaps you could do a trial review for me and I can give you some feedback. I'm also open to redesigning the Fan Fiction page if you have any good ideas as to how I might do it. In other words: The ball's in your court.
Post Posted: 21 Sep 2009, 22:50
Post Posted: 22 Sep 2009, 03:20
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(11:32:26) Shivaxi: i love fat girls
(03:01:24 PM) <+All_Rights_Reserved> i'm not masturbating
Post Posted: 22 Sep 2009, 13:02
Hellscrag wrote:P.S. I am a bastard of an editor. Don't take the above the wrong way. The site needs all the help it can get and, if you take account of the above and feel you can get deep enough into the construction of the stories in your reviews, I would be glad to have you aboard.
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