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    March

    Share This: If you think about it, they are pretty much the same thing.  What you write can be used in gaming and vise versa.   This, then, is going to be a character post.  What goes into making a character for me.  In fact, I think I’ll actually build one while I am writing this.  […]

    Share This: One of the problems I have writing is getting caught up in a character … which leads to more characters … which leads to … well, interaction. After a couple of dozen characer ideas hit the fan, say Legacy and the Minuteman teams, interactions can get confusing. Did Kena like Slater? Who does […]

    02
    March

    Thankful for the Internet …

    Written by Ghost Archer. No comments Posted in: General Thoughts

    Share This: I prefer to try to fit real world stuff into my background stories. The 1962 Typhoon called Wanda really hit Hong Kong and killed hundreds. The Bei Jiang and Xi rivers exist. Yingdehong tea grows in the area near Yingde China. When it comes to foreign languages, like French Wren, I try to […]

    02
    March

    The Divine Farmer

    Written by Ghost Archer. No comments Posted in: Characters, Fiction

    Share This: August 26, 1962: East bank, Bei Jiang (“North River”), 22 kilometers south of Yingde, China For seven thousand years, since the legendary time of the Three Sovereigns and Five Emperors, the lot of the Chinese peasant had changed little. Born to till the land in their hundreds of millions any hope of improving […]

    02
    March

    Thinking

    Written by Ghost Archer. No comments Posted in: General Thoughts

    Share This: As I get into Wren’s background I find myself caught up in a web of thoughts. In this case it started with writing the fourth entry into Wren’s diary, this one about a summer she spent in Egypt at her mother’s estate. This is how my mind works … does she have family […]