26 Responses to Chapter 1 | Page 21

  1. Jenthura says:

    You should. You really should.

  2. wintermute says:

    Go Charlie Go! You can do it!

  3. Timni16 says:


  4. Aslandus says:

    Do it! Do it! Just grab the chain and pull as hard as you can, you’ll bring this entire operation to a halt!

  5. Lord of Midnight... snacks says:

    Scare Roddy so that he falls off and dies? Yes. Yes you should.

  6. Apvogt says:

    To troll or not to troll? That is the question.

    • mvandinter says:

      Apvogt, does your question contain the answer?

      • Apvogt says:

        My final answer is 42.

        • Deep Thought!!!!!!!!! I don’t normally go in for excessive punctuation. The website yelled at me again for not saying anything useful…

          • wintermute says:

            If useful was what we were looking for, we could probably find other places for that…

            I come here to escape useful comments, thankyouverymuch 🙂

            • I know, right?

              (that one was too short, too, btw) Kudos to the author for finding such a delightfully abusive webhost!


              • mvandinter says:

                Sorry about that. I’ll try to reproduce the issue and see if I can find where that setting is buried.

                FOLLOW-UP: The minimum text-character setting is part of the site’s (very effective) spam filtering, and it’s not a setting I’m able to modify. I did modify the distasteful error message phrasing… Unfortunately, that change gets overridden when the spam-filter downloads an update (often daily). I could turn off the spam filter, but with the result that every day becomes a spam version of a service-of-denial attack. Alternately, I could force commentors to register, but I’m loathe to do that. *Helpless shrug*

  7. Frank says:

    How else is the plot going to move?

    • mvandinter says:

      So, what you’re saying is: You think she… should? Or are you saying that that Plot and Storytelling are one in the same thing?

      • Frank says:

        Well, storytelling often has has a plot. Not any stories I tell, of course, but stories told by actual compitants.

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