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Offline Cez

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Re: Plot conflict
« Reply #100 on: September 20, 2010, 01:24:17 AM »
Well, it would be written in my style, because I can't write like Roberta if that's the answer you are expecting to get. Go play Episode 2. That's my style. If you don't like it, all I can recommend to you is that you don't get the games and enjoy the original series as it is.

As for continuing going in circles, I think it's about time to stop this conversation. It's not going to go anywhere, really. You have your point of view, we have ours, no side is going to convince the other side. So, let's agree to disagree. End of the story.


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Re: Plot conflict
« Reply #101 on: September 20, 2010, 08:15:48 AM »
At this point we can call this thread done - if anybody wants to start a new thread talking specifically about plot holes and whatever that's totally fine, but we're not getting dragged into this debate about why we should be writing the plot of OUR game the way someone else would.  Ken Williams made it perfectly clear that doing so is a terrible idea - you'd waste years trying to please everyone and that's just ridiculous.  Let's just leave this topic of "What if you guys became official?" alone because it just gets everyone talking in circles because we don't (and simply can't at this point) have an answer at all, let alone an answer that will make everybody happy.

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