No, I will not try your mission.
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Join Date: Dec 2007
12-01-2010, 03:49 PM
Also remember, English is not everyone on the games primary language. It boils down to separating being "rude" from "constructive criticism". People may ask for feedback, but blunt honesty would realistically de-motivate a lot of aspiring Foundry authors- Just because someone says "be honest with me" does not mean as a human being they will react well to a flood of bashing. Stephen King had a wall full of tacked up rejection papers from publishers to remind him how many rejections he went through and did not give up, before hitting it.
BUT this community will 99% likely be not made up of "professional" aspiring writers- just creative gamers who want to express their idea and try and help make. fun missions. If you were a boxer, you learn to take a punch.
If someone asks you to come help in a fight, and your not a trained or tough person, your "enthusiasm" would quickly fade with a well placed punch.
Think about it.
EDIT- Just realized that i may not have been clear-i was comparing how Stephen King, if wanting to be a professional writer, knew he had to take rejections etc, but an average player is more sensitive and can be more easily de-motivated, sure, we can say thing's like "if you can't take the heat..." but really?
It's a game.