TSL - Cease and Desist
Started by Petra Rocks, August 30, 2006, 04:25:53 PM
Quote from: Baggins on September 07, 2006, 07:32:41 AMActually its more likely majority of people in your forum dislike it. Outside of this forum its more like a 50/50 thing. 50% of people like it, or 50% people hated it. This is reflected in the reviews. Obviously there are alot of people that never played it either, and know nothing about it.
Quoteat any review for that game and compare it with other games of the same genre, other games from the same company, and of course other games by the same designer.
QuoteSo, now you have a game called The Silver Lining.
Quote from: Baggins on September 11, 2006, 08:01:06 AMPeter Spear's adaptation of your game is just a fanfic, much as it is an adaptation of a fan game, seeing as it likely won't be officially authorized by Sierra as well(that is published under the sierra trademark and brand name).
Quote from: Baggins on September 11, 2006, 08:01:06 AMBut yes if he's stuck to your timeline, it obviously will conflict with the official timeline(as most of that timeline was published in the manuals).
Quote from: Baggins on September 11, 2006, 08:01:06 AMAlternatively it is possible he might ignore your timeline and adapt the game's storyline to the official one somehow. But then that would make it much different than your timeline.
Quote from: Baggins on September 11, 2006, 08:01:06 AMBut ya why are we discussing that here?
Quote from: Petra Rocks on September 11, 2006, 11:45:53 AMAnd if this is supposed to be my Haven thread should somebody move it there? Whatever, somebody will tell if I am doing something wrong I suppose.
Quote from: Petra Rocks on September 11, 2006, 11:45:53 AMAnd what the deuce are you two going on about? You can talk about it here if you really want I suppose, but it does seem to be a very odd choice of topics. (Assuming this is now 'my thread' and that I can give you permission to do that, I'm a little shaky on what that means still. )
QuoteIn case you haven't realized yet, the official series conflicts with itself.
QuoteThus Rosella's early marriage age may indicate that Daventry is sparsely populated. Then again marriage or betrothal among European aristocracy were commonly very young because nobody wanted to wait for the political advantages marriage brought, so it is remotely possible I am reading way too much into this
QuoteInteresting information. But you say European aristocracy was how young? Cause 20(the age he was son about to turn according to KQ7) is pretty late I'm sure by standard's in most places back then right?
QuoteSo Rosella (or her mother) wanting her to marry pre-20 is certianly well within pre-industrial standards.