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Posted by: smerwin29 on Aug 28, 2009 at 08:20:52 AM
The life of an LFR global admin is a sexy one. I cannot deny it any longer. Fast cars, faster women, booze, and things unmentionable in this family-friendly forum.
Yeah, ok. In reality, I am going to spend most of the next 72 hours editing, reviewing or rewriting 9 different Living Forgotten Realms (LFR) adventures. At more than 40 pages for most adventures, we are talking easily about 400 pages of work.
Think of it this way. Take the adventure books (the ones with a majority of the combats) from WotC's off-the-shelf adventures Keep of the Shadowfell, Thunderspire Labyrinth, Pyramid of Shadows, King of the Trollhaunt Warrens, Demon Queen's Enclave, and Assault on Nightwyrm Fortress. Line them up in front of you, and then start editing. Edit all the text for grammar,...
Posted by: smerwin29 on Aug 27, 2009 at 08:11:22 PM
One topic that has been on my mind a lot is players' enjoyment of their games, specifically games they play in the Living Forgotten Realms campaign. As one of the global admins of that campaign, roughly 30% of the content for that campaign crosses my desk at one time or another. Those who know me know that I take my responsibility in the campaign very seriously--to the exclusion of other things I might rather or should be doing.
So after working too many hours writing or editing or reviewing material for the campaign, it is frustrating to see feedback about something that I worked on saying that it was a less-than-positive experience for the player. I have a background in creative writing, and I have taught creative writing classes, so I have finely honed my ability to provide constructive...