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The Third Law

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Hey guys!
So I recently found Limit Theory through a friend and for some reason the game inspired me to write. So here's the product of my inspiration for all you other pilots to enjoy:

https://docs.google.com/document/d/1ewz ... sp=sharing
(Google docs, because.... Why not, eh?)

If there's something specific you want to point out in the story feel free to comment there, but otherwise discuss it in this thread. (I don't particularly like the comment system, but it is useful in some situations)

~Black--Snow
Fly safe. o7
I am literally and wholly in love with myself.
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ThymineC wrote:Not bad!

I don't usually read much stuff from this forum, but I liked the formatting and writing style.
Why thank you!
I don't think any writer consciously considers his/her writing style. It's just kinda... Instinct I guess. o.0
I am literally and wholly in love with myself.
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Just_Ice_au wrote:Interesting start. I'm eager to read chapter 2. :thumbup:

BTW, welcome to the forums! Might I perchance interest you in making a submission to our short story competition. I'm sure you'd do well.
I had actually written a submission, but I forgot I hadn't had internet at the time and I lost the submission when I pressed 'post'.
Either way, I'm pretty bad at writing short (limited) stories. :P
I am literally and wholly in love with myself.
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That's a shame you lost work. :( I usually try to write any long posts in a text editor and then copy-paste them over to the forums to avoid that.

Anyhow, the only way to get better at micro fiction is to write a whole bunch of it. :lol:
- The Snark Knight

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Just_Ice_au wrote:That's a shame you lost work. :( I usually try to write any long posts in a text editor and then copy-paste them over to the forums to avoid that.

Anyhow, the only way to get better at micro fiction is to write a whole bunch of it. :lol:
I have my own Limit Theory folder in Dropbox with several sub-folders for a bunch of different proposals with the main proposal text saved as a text document and supplementary (usually graphical) material kept inside as well.

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