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128347 No. 128347 ID: 5b70e0

For the general discussion of quests and related topics.

Saliently for my own quests, of course. But discussion about other quests is not discouraged.

Trolls and spam will be purified by the holy wrath of the mods.
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No. 128407 ID: 76a275

So, at about 3 AM on Sunday, I got to doing something really dangerous.

I got to thinking.

And as I was thinking, an idea occurred to me. A horrible, wonderful idea.

I was thinking that I could do a oneshot quest, where for an entire day (or maybe even multiple), starting when I wake up and ending when I go to sleep, I would let suggesters control my actions throughout the day.

It would be from a first-person perspective, and basically I would hand over control as if I was an avatar in a video game. Letting suggesters decide what I 'equip', letting them decide what 'missions' I undertake.

I imagine it would look like a point and click adventure, where players get a panoramic view of the environment, and choose what to do from there.

It's probably a terrible idea, and I implore anyone with enough common sense to talk me out of it.

But maybe, just maybe, it could prove a fun and humorous quest.

Or maybe it's against the rules of the site and then I definitely wouldn't do it, but I don't know.

Opinions?
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No. 128412 ID: 9b7f98

>>128407
That's a terrible idea.

If you want an example of one of the many reasons, we get bots and who knows who/what else rummaging through this site, and your proposed idea could easily expose a lot of your personal information unintentionally.
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No. 128423 ID: bd52c5

>>128412
Yeah, okay, you're probably right.

I don't really know what people might garner that I would rather keep secret, but that's sort of the point, innit? That which one might overlook.

In a perfect world, it would be great. But- I don't really need to finish that sentence do I?

Goodbye fair quest, abandonbrew is such sweet sorrow.
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No. 128424 ID: b1b4f3

Forget bots, tgchan is open to google searches.
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No. 128452 ID: 6462c0

Has anyone noticed how, in recent months, tgchan seems to have become significantly more popular? Perhaps no more suggestions per-quest than usual, but the number of running (actually running) quests seems to have increased quite a bit.

Maybe it's just me. But mayhap tgchan will get the popularity it deserves.
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No. 128473 ID: 776137
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128473

It is Friday, my dudes.

Which means that Saturday starts in... 1 hour 33 minutes for me.

I'm planing on a small blitzkrieg for this weekend, pumping out a couple updates a day is the hope. But we'll see what comes of it. Just thought I'd give a small heads up.
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No. 128546 ID: b2f41e

It entirely slipped my mind to mention this, but I'll occasionally use music in my quests. By pairing songs with certain scenes, or by using music to open or close with.

When this happens, a little thing will pop up that looks like this:

Music: *link here*

The idea is that you would listen to the song while reading the following scene. But do whatever you feel.

I've already done this in TPOAH, but I'd forgotten to mention what that was all about at the time.
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