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Re: Real life experiences and non-fiction sources for better worldbuilding A-bombs are not forgotten. Otherwise they would throw them again. I think we are just not talking about it, aware of things they can do.

My granddad got through ww2 and some big fights. Later in time of peace, working in the factory few miles outside a town, he had to walk home through a forest. Not very big one. I remember people talking how they would get scared walking in the woods back home cause of the witches and ghosts. Which don't exists of course. Think about that for a moment.

March 18, 2015, 05:15:03 PM
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Re: Ancient and medieval fighting and weapons Interesting topic. I wont add anything about weapons (later I might write a few lines about archery, although I know basic stuff, but learned them from a real master), just want to remind you on something: more writing, less exploring and world building. :D
April 12, 2015, 06:45:31 PM
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Re: Avoiding writing, or: How many words didn't you write today?
It's funny how easy it is to procrastinate and avoid writing, even though once you're writing it's incredibly fun. Makes me wonder what is wrong with my brain.  :o
That! It makes two of us if it's easier to you... :D

April 24, 2015, 03:19:58 PM
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Re: Avoiding writing, or: How many words didn't you write today? No, no... people I'm thinking about want to write stories, not rpg backgrounds. Of course it's a good thing to know how to build a fort, how crossbows or sails work to make details realistic. I'm really interested in this conflict - avoiding writing. Why do we avoid writing if we want to write? I can understand few reasons: someone might just be too lazy, self doubt, lack of gripping story to tell... or if you are G. Martin I can understand that you have everything: respect of writers and readers, money and fame... so why finish the series, it's becoming a chore.

I read one good line, it goes something like: "good writer is 3% talent, 97% not being distracted by the internet." Maybe this is the reason. Raptori said: when I start writing it's incredibly fun. Even though we still tend to avoid writing. Really funny actually :D

April 24, 2015, 08:25:13 PM
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Re: Game Of Thrones (TV Show) Season 5 - WITH BOOK SPOILERS Just finished with episodes 2 and 3. Oh that moment when... you go running on the beach, at the end you sit on the small stairs thinking about Martins books, and how it would be cool if they make a tv series about it... especially after one of those special moments when Arya shows the coin to get on the boat (valar morgulis)... then 5-6 years later Tv show is filmed, and Arya is sitting on the same stairs with black@white doors behind. Eh what are the odds :) Sorry, had to share with someone who might understand :D
May 12, 2015, 07:34:12 PM
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