Thanks for the name! Edit
Mucked up doing the message a bit, if something weird's happened on this page, that's probably why--Pi4t 20:48, January 10, 2010 (UTC)
Intended audience Edit
Who's the book intended to be read by? It's just that it may not be such a good idea to include...certain phrases if we want the book to be read by younger audiences (and I don't feel very comfortable with it either :) ). Could you consider that please?
Also, I think you put reference 196 at 197!
I read and noted your message to me.--Pi4t 16:33, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
Look at 365! I'd typed it up too!
...the proper version, not that!--Pi4t 17:38, January 11, 2010 (UTC)
It seems to have been copied from here 
If you think that anything is inappropriate just edit it, sometimes I'm not very good at controlling the quality of my writing.
Thanks for the heads up about 196, I finished Blackhammer. Do you like my work?
I'm now writing the path to Gnarkton, are you ok writing the Konigsforst? Literally dark forest in german. I really want to build up the atmosphere here, you can mastermind the encounters!
I'll do my best, but what links to it? (I'll also have to finish the sub quest I'm writing)
You may want to make some of those bandit combats a little easier, remember that we can have a Skill as low as 6 at this point!
I'm trying to make the reader take a less 'brute force' approach and do more thinking. You can avoid killing any enemies up to this point.
What are we going to do about the altered page?
Altered page (2) Edit
Ah. I thought you'd seen. Someone'd changed reference 365 to say what the page I pointed out earlier said (without the bit in brackets)
reference 96 dead end? Edit
Or did you miss part off?
Oh, and I'm not great at atmosphere, but I'll do my best.
Apparently it translates as 'king's forest, not 'dark forest!'
I think you misunderstood. I meant that you, say, get swallowed by the plant and have to work out which place to hit with your sword, or something. A bit like in the new fighting fan tale, at the end of the night
JONF-i rewrote the first section to get back into the swing of things. as the reader is playing a combined vampire-werewolf i did wonder if this means the story has to keep the character permanently out of the sun. also - everytime they change between forms what happens to their clothes?!