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1-05-2009 @ 11:01AM
Hey, I like the column, although my favourite articles are the essays, rather than the guides. I'm quite a confident roleplayer, and I like to discuss roleplaying a lot. I very much enjoyed your Centre of the Universe article - of which I commented on when you first published it!Keep up the fine work, you do an excellent job!
1-05-2009 @ 11:16AM
Thanks for the feedback! All sorts of different people like different sorts of content. I love writing both sorts so I'm happy either way. I'll probably continue to mix it up, writing a bit of this and a bit of that. There's just so much to talk about with roleplaying, I'm always amazed. It's a perfect people-oriented creative hobby.
1-05-2009 @ 11:22AM
Oh yeah, don't take that as a demand for you to start writing fewer guides and more essays! I suppose it would be nice to see them being mixed up, so there's stuff for both audiences, but I at least am happy enough waiting until that series, which really is helpful for roleplayers searching for aid, draws to a close!All the best.
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