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Annual Feedback Thread! (Part 1) 
16th-Mar-2010 07:49 pm
It's been a year since we did the last one of these, and we believe many of us could use the pick-me-up.

As last year, below this post, there will be a comment for each player in XProject, with notes on who they play, links to their wiki entry, links to the journals for their characters, and some helpful identifying icons. Because we think it looks cool. As last year, there will actually be two posts so that the people at the end of the alphabet don't get left out.

Differently from last year, once we have all this nonsense up, we'll do one big meta-edit to put a link to each person's comment.

As usual, you can find last year and other previous threads like this listed off your Player Page on the wiki, and those will get linked in the comments.

And last, speaking in the third person because as you can see, the second post is actually being done by Twiller.

Meta Links:
Amanda S.
Indiana Jen
17th-Mar-2010 03:17 am (UTC)

Player of Remy LeBeau

and Garrison Kane

Edited at 2010-03-17 03:35 am (UTC)
19th-Mar-2010 07:45 pm (UTC)
As your roomie, I'm guessing anything I say is automatically discounted, but I just wanted to point out that as well as a pair of awesome characters, you do so much to keep this game going. Between running your own plots, coming up with plot ideas for other people, socking, modding, various projects to keep people enthused and making sure groups like XF don't die from lack of input, I'm surprised you have time to write as awesomely as you do. But then again, we know you don't sleep. ;)
20th-Mar-2010 01:41 am (UTC)
I fangirl. I fangirl a lot and usually aloud to others. Remy and Garrison are completely different people, and both completely engaging to read. Garrison's steadfast dedication to the belief that there is right and there is wrong and there is nothing in between is admirable. Remy's utter grey area makes him and his choices always fascinating. But I've got to say it's Dex's plots that really have my girlish admiration. He builds arcs and manages to pull half the game or more into them at one stage or another. Who knew the Shi'ar could be done in XP? Well, Dex did of course.

Beyond his own plots, the guy plots all the time for other people. For plots he may not even be a part of beyond the planning stages. He steps up and figures out how to help people get their characters out of mud their stuck in and helps get them from point A to point F when their player only knows that F is where they want to get. The work he does on the gameworld and helping people with their own characters is insane, and very possibly unparalleled by any other player.

It really wouldn't be the same game without him or his brain.
20th-Mar-2010 06:54 pm (UTC)
You're good. I don't know ho much more I can say than that. Because it's really so very, very right. You're an awesome writer. How you spit out plots like you do just amazes me. Seriously.
21st-Mar-2010 03:56 am (UTC)
I love Remy, and I actually really enjoy the thread that's going on in X-Force about the perceived divided loyalties of the Hellfire members. It's a tricky thing to play out disagreements and distrust without stomping on toes, but you do it well. And Garrison is such a change of pace from Gambit that it's fun to see whatever you've got planned for both of them. And the amount you do in plotting and modding, even when people have lashed out at you, is a testament to your love for the game. And thank you for all that you have done and continue to do.
21st-Mar-2010 08:36 am (UTC)
I feel like whatever feedback I give you is best discussed in-person, over a drink.

Or many drinks.

(Thanks for giving me a piece of plot; I think I can use that to really find Sooraya's voice. I find it amazingly inclusive of you to do so.)
22nd-Mar-2010 12:22 am (UTC) - Dex
The number of times I have gone to you and said 'Help, I can't do this.' or the equivalent and you've simply either let me talk myself back into doing whatever it is I needed (a feat that requires more patience than I can imagine, since I tend to babble) or thrown me an idea and gotten me back on my feet is praise-worthy alone.

But on top of that, you do so much for the game, for other players, to support and assist and help bring people into active play where they might otherwise be lost.

You always seem to know my limits and where to push them when I need to kick them into overdrive and when to back down because I'm legitimately overwhelmed.

And you wrote me an Asgard Sequel even though you hate the concept. If that's not sacrifice... ;)
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