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96175 No. 96175 ID: 15a025

In case somewhat out there wants to talk about this mess or ask stuff.
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No. 96177 ID: defceb

I like this quest.

I want to draw fanart of it, but I'm not sure how yet.
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No. 96179 ID: 0fc976

>>96177
With your eyes closed?
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No. 96180 ID: defceb
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96180

>>96179
I tried
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No. 96184 ID: 3641d4

>>96177
I'm not really sure how you would either but I think >>96180 is the only true way to do it.
Now try to draw Rainy blind ;^)
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No. 96189 ID: 15a025

>>96180
Honestly not that bad for drawing blind. Thanks for the fan art Apollo!
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No. 96190 ID: 15a025
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96190

Tried my luck out on making a Fav icon. What do you guys think?
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No. 96220 ID: 2ca12e

I actually really like this as a quest idea. I'm mostly blind because of glaucoma, myself. My current light reception stands at about 20/630 and likely won't be improving. I wear huge coke-bottle reading glasses and set my browser's font to 28, if you're wondering. Text to speech software doesn't hurt either. It's completely useless when I'm out, though. My eyes can tell me if it's sunny and that's about it. I've got the little white cane and everything.

Your magical mcguffin isn't entirely fiction, really. When your sight goes the vision centers of your brain don't drop a beat. They start trying to map out your surroundings from sounds and smells and they get pretty good at it. The attack of glaucoma that put the proverbial nail my last good eye's coffin was about 4 years ago and my hearing's sharpened like crazy. I can tell when my boyfriend's in our flat, for example. I can hear him breath from nearly twenty feet away, Through walls if there's not another source of sound near by. There often isn't because he's wearing headphones during most of his down time.

I've certainty never had someone try to toss me naked into a snowbank, though. Steve and his friend are fucking sociopaths, holy fuck.

If you have and blind person questions ask away. I'm totally into helping out with this.
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No. 96223 ID: 15a025
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96223

Happy Thanksgiving everybody! To celebrate here's a poorly animated gif of a nice toasty turkey.

>>96220
Thank you so much. That's actually a lot of useful info there. I knew that if someone losses their sight their focus on sounds goes up but never actually knew that smells could be so important. Think you could give me some example of how smells help you get through the day?
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No. 96231 ID: 2ca12e

>>96223
You can kind of think of it, As cliche as this is, As a plane's navigation suite. Not only do they have sonar, The obvious parallel to hearing. They also have radiometric scanners that can pick up electromagnetic fields and thermal imaging that can sense heat. It's kind of the same with a person sans vision.

Like, Right now. I'm on my couch. I'm curled in my ugly-ass Christmas quilt with my laptop in front of me and my earbuds in. Sonically, I'm blind to everything except the music I'm listening to. But I'm still getting plenty. I can smell my boyfriend to my right, The smell of the thanksgiving dinner we just got back from still strengthening whenever he mutters a curse at his DS. Most every smell in front of me is being covered up by the sugar and alcohol smell from the Rum and coke I mixed us when we got back. I can smell my vacuum cleaner behind me in a closet at about 5 o'clock, maybe 5:30. I vacuumed before we left, Which I've learned to do counting steps in my head and listening for the drag of the cord so I don't suck it up. Smells like warm dust. I can smell that bowl cleaner thing in our toilet in the same hallway. I'm told it makes the water blue, I haven't taken my big reading glasses in there to confirm these claims.


I'll also stress that time is a huge factor. I've been partially blind for over a decade and almost entirely blind for 4 years. I've had plenty of time to practice. In the first few weeks after the last glaucoma attack I wasn't able to do much of anything. This was due to a combo of my lack of practice and will to bitch about my condition like it was the end of my life. A time or two I tried to make it the end of my life, As is common among the disabled. For about two weeks I was bed ridden, I moped around at home all day. I refused to go to rehab for the cane lessons, I just sat around waiting to wither but not without the numbing drops the ER had given me. (Glaucoma attacks block off the vent for the fluid in your eye ball and increase pressure until it damages the cones in your eye, It hurts similar to a kidney stone.) After 13 days of crying and self pitying and almost ruining my relationship I was laying silent in bed after my boyfriend had gone off to work, Listening to the world outside my window and muttering preteen-grade bitter quips about how I deserved to see more than the people I could hear outside, Like a total shithead.

Then I noticed that I could hear a bell and the sound of some woman muttering something. That was actually the morning announcements of the elementary school a block down from us. Soon after that I started noticing differences in the sounds of my foot steps on the way to the bathroom, I could actually tell if I was close to a wall. For some time I was lead around on the arm of my boyfriend or the friends I was with or my physical therapist (Once I stopped being a shithead and went for the cane lessons) and found myself disoriented once they let go, I was making a map of the sounds and smells around me, but it wasn't connected to the map I was making earlier. I started preferring to walk at my own pace eventually learned to go around town solo. I can cross a street on my own, I can hear the light buzzes of the signals and the car engines idling at a red. And I've been pretty lucky. The worst thing that's anyone's done to me was purposefully mistake a 20 for a 5, But now I don't carry much money on hand and it's all dollar coins that I can identify by touch. (I am literally the reason my credit union stocks dollar coins.) and it actually nets me free stuff all the time. I've had bartenders write off $100+ tabs, I've had grocery store managers come up and chat with me while running their over-ride cards to give me all sorts of discounts I'm not supposed to get, I've shared taxis with people who went out of their way and covered my part of the toll. All without ever asking for sympathy. I don't want to tempt fate, But it's kind of sweet.
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No. 96232 ID: 2ca12e

>>96231
Er, TLDR blindness gets easier with time. The transition's the bitch.
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No. 96233 ID: 2ca12e

>>96231
I guess that's not really a good example. I don't put this into words very much these days.

I can tell most of the people around me apart from a combination of the sounds they casually make and the smells they carry around. My boyfriend and I share a bed, So naturally I know his smell the best, I spend 1/3 of my time breathing it in. It's a combo of his avocado facial scrub, Favorite shaving cream, and Nair for his hairy-ass back. I can tell my father from the smell of his camel cigarettes and his hunting dogs. I have a friend who works at a Walmart and he always smells like the floor polish they use there. Another friend who's shampoo I recognize, her hair is long enough that it covers everything else but her breath up (She MUST have cavities). I also know the bartender at a local bar I frequent by sound, He has some kind of bowel thing going on because I've been going there for a year now and his stomach is always making noises. Naturally there aren't too many smells to point out in a public venue that sells alcohol, They're all too strong and change too often. But if I hear gurgling after I find a bar-stool and ask if that's him I'm right most of the time.
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No. 96236 ID: 15a025

>>96233
That was a ton of helpful information. Thanks for taking the time and sharing some of your life's story and experiences to help a new author make his quest a little better.
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No. 96238 ID: 2ca12e

>>96236
No prob. I honestly don't talk about this very much anymore. It's old news to most of the people close to me and I don't bring it up to strangers because it feels like asking for pity. Pretty interesting to help someone portray blindness, though. If you have any more questions don't hesitate.
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No. 96242 ID: 15a025

>>96238
This is probably going to sound weird now and make sense later, but do you think you could hit someone with a snowball if they were standing still?
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No. 96243 ID: 2ca12e

>>96242
I'd give it a chance at success only if they'd been making noises while standing still. Maybe slightly more if the character's been blind for more than a week or two and is more use to gathering direction from sound. Then factor in dumb luck.
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No. 96244 ID: ad936f

>>96242
You heard it here first, the finale of Blind Quest is going to include a snowball fight to the death with Steve and Trish.
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No. 96293 ID: 15a025

I know I've asked this before but I'll ask again. Do you guys like these really long updates or should I try to shorten them up a bit?
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No. 96294 ID: 86cfc3

Current update length doesn't feel excessively long, to me.
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No. 96299 ID: 2ca12e

>>96293
Probably depends on how much story you want to put up at once. Whatever feels right, I guess.
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No. 96302 ID: 15a025

Holy cow I need to stop writing this at crazy late hours of the night or start spell checking this better. I just realized this thing is filled with some obvious grammar errors.
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No. 96354 ID: 15a025

Sorry for delay on the latest update. Things might be slow for the next few days here. Picked up some extra hours at work and have exams coming up that I need to study for.
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No. 96410 ID: 3641d4

I'm getting a strange feeling some of this, or all of this is going to end up being just a bad dream. Anyone else getting that feeling?
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No. 96506 ID: cd90cb

>>96354
Hey no prob. Just keep up the good work.
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No. 96547 ID: 3641d4

Hey how old is Bailey/Rainy? Don't think you've ever really mentioned that in the story yet?
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No. 96611 ID: 15a025

>>96547
Never really thought of her age as something important to know yet. Plan on keeping it unknown for now incase it ever becomes an important plot point though.

Oh also in case no one knew there's a new thread for the intermission.
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No. 96720 ID: 15a025

Sorry for the lack of updates. Christmas really drains a lot out of you. (Especially with this lack of snow.) Things should start picking up soon though.
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No. 96915 ID: 3641d4

>inb4 the coffee was poisoned and Candy gets killed off.
You heard it here first people. Willing to say Rainy's going to head out for revenge and kill everybody with her super powers now.
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No. 96935 ID: 15a025

Think I'm thinking to deep on what point of view/perspective I should be using here now. In chapter one I made it sound like you are Rainy with the whole when really the readers are ghosts/spirits helping her out. In the intermission with Candy I went with the "I" perspective which seemed to fit better but now it might seem weird switching over to that perspective for the main chapters.
What do you think I should do here?
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No. 97778 ID: 15a025

>>97771
Thank you!
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No. 97788 ID: a9ff28

hrrm. The clarification in-quest on us being the spirits aiding the protagonist I think makes the "I" change more reasonable, I think. Then again, I also have yet to read up to the suggestion point...
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No. 97814 ID: 15a025

>>97788
Thanks for the input. I realized halfway through chapter one that the perspective I was writing in was starting to sound off. So I ended up spending way to much time trying to think of a way to change perspectives.
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No. 98053 ID: 6adc5c

Why is this quest so under-rated? Did it just fly under everyone's magic necklace radar or what?
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No. 98054 ID: 3d2d5f

>>98053
Predominantly text quests fly under a lot of radars, yeah.
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No. 98152 ID: 3641d4

I wonder, are those badger folk working for that terrorist group or are they just a separate group of crazy chimera cultists?
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No. 98157 ID: 02422f

>>98152
The fact they're all badgers is interesting in an of itself. That means a whole family and/or community got recruited into... whatever this effort is.
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No. 98163 ID: 8658b3

>>98157
They're clearly trying to convert those who are inferior species to them into war machines to over throw the emperor.
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No. 98202 ID: c47b0c

Let's see here, Rainy was born in '81 and it's now 2000 in the story? That makes her 19? How old is her Mom?
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No. 98234 ID: c47b0c

Re-read the first volume/chapter and noticed something. Is/Was Trish related to the other badgers from that lab or...?
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No. 98283 ID: 15a025

Anyone care to throw me some feedback/constructive criticism on the story so far?
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No. 98296 ID: 52defa

Your story is shit and should probably be canned for looking like kindergarten shit.
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No. 98298 ID: 02422f

>>98283
Some of the choices are a little weak. When the choice is "show an interest in X" or "do X" versus "do nothing", it's not much of a choice. Unless there's a good reason not to do something, or we have a better idea on our own, we're probably going along with it. The quest might be better served in places like that if you actually offered concrete alternatives to pick from, or if you offered no option, and just left it free response.

The "sleep through the car ride (y/n)" prompts were pretty bad too, but mercifully those seem to have died off.

The puzzles / adversaries we're facing have been somewhat interesting in that the "toolkit" our characters have been given doesn't seem to quite fit the situations we're dealing with. For instance, the arm and necklace enchantments appear like they could be somewhat overpowered on first blush, but it's not always that simple to bring them to bear effectively (blindness, inexperience, and being beset make a big difference).

>>98296
con·struc·tive
/kənˈstrəktiv/
adjective

1. serving a useful purpose; tending to build up.
"constructive criticism"
synonyms: useful, helpful, productive, positive, encouraging;
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No. 98300 ID: 15a025

>>98298
>Choices have been weak
This is exactly what I needed to hear. All through the story I've been having the hardest time thinking of a way to end each post/page and think the sleeping in the car prompts should be a dead give away to that. Other than the whole sleeping prompts, what other prompts do you feel have been really boring/not really important.

>The quest might be better served in places like that if you actually offered concrete alternatives to pick from, or if you offered no option, and just left it free response.

So instead of ending with "Any advice/what do?" End with something happening instead?

>The puzzles / adversaries we're facing have been somewhat interesting in that the "toolkit" our characters have been given doesn't seem to quite fit the situations we're dealing with.

I'm honestly not sure if this is suppose to be a good thing or a bad thing?
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No. 98303 ID: 02422f

>So instead of ending with "Any advice/what do?" End with something happening instead?
"Wat do" / open response is fine, so long as it occurs at a point where we can actually choose to do something. Open response after being given a single option is where it seems weak.

>I'm honestly not sure if this is suppose to be a good thing or a bad thing?
Well, I suppose being saddled with problems we're not equipped for could be a bad thing, being forced to apply tools in interesting ways is something I look for in quests, and characters being challenged is what makes stories interesting in the first place.

So I meant it as a good thing, though I suppose if it gets exaggerated to the point where we're unable to cope it's a bad thing.
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No. 98305 ID: 15a025

>>98303
>"Wat do" / open response is fine, so long as it occurs at a point where we can actually choose to do something. Open response after being given a single option is where it seems weak.

I think I'm catching onto what you're saying. In one of the more recent pages Candy asked Rainy if she wanted to play pool while they waited for there clothes to dry. Should I have ended it with the "help me win the game" prompt instead of "should I play" prompt?

>Well, I suppose being saddled with problems we're not equipped for could be a bad thing, being forced to apply tools in interesting ways is something I look for in quests, and characters being challenged is what makes stories interesting in the first place.
>So I meant it as a good thing, though I suppose if it gets exaggerated to the point where we're unable to cope it's a bad thing.

So using things in weird ways is good? I'll have to keep that in mind then.
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No. 98306 ID: 02422f

>Should I have ended it with the "help me win the game" prompt instead of "should I play" prompt?
Something like that would have worked better, yeah. Choosing the game over nothing is a no-brainer. (Even if we could have technically derailed if we'd had a better idea to make bed-sheet ghosts, or ride the dryers, or something).

(Other alternatives that would also have worked: presenting a choice of games to pass the time, or just go right to open input, but have the pool table in the radar and/or room description so focusing on it is available as 'our' idea).

>So using things in weird ways is good? I'll have to keep that in mind then.
Just so long as we don't go full on Sierra Adventure game in terms of required obtuse solutions.
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No. 98307 ID: 15a025

>>98306
>Even if we could have technically derailed if we'd had a better idea to make bed-sheet ghosts, or ride the dryers, or something

I can't stop laughing at the idea of how that whole attack/robber scene could have went if Candy and Rainy were just running around the place with bed-sheets over themselves, pretending to be spooky ghosts.

>(Other alternatives that would also have worked: presenting a choice of games to pass the time, or just go right to open input, but have the pool table in the radar and/or room description so focusing on it is available as 'our' idea).

Something else I'll have to keep in mind about now. Thanks for all the feedback!

>don't go full on Sierra Adventure game in terms of required obtuse solutions.

I really doubt I could ever come up with obtuse puzzle of that caliber.
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No. 98334 ID: 0461fb

Buckwheat I have to ask, is this story around to fuel your secret blind-cripple fetish needs?
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No. 98431 ID: c47b0c

>>98334
You know what, I'm curious about this now as well.
Buckwheat we must know, are you a blind crip fetishist?
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No. 98441 ID: 15a025

Might be a few more days with no updates. Been busy and haven't been feeling too well lately.
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No. 98650 ID: 15a025

More opinions needed, is the blue text for when Oscar talks a little annoying or is it okay?
Also, am I doing a better job at providing more interesting "prompts" at the end of each page for everyone?
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No. 98684 ID: 0461fb

>>98650
The blue text is kind of nice. Makes me feel like Oscar is going to become an important character though...
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No. 98947 ID: 3641d4

>>98650
The white text was pretty hard to read.
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No. 99246 ID: 3641d4

Crazy conspiracy theory here but, what if Oscar is the one who keeps cursing Rainy every night? What if Candy's been compromised and is working with Tybalt to bring Rainy under?
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No. 99281 ID: 15a025
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99281

With Volume 2 of Blind Quest finished I'm thinking of taking a short break from writing it to re-think things over a little and try to polish up my skills a bit. I'd love to hear some feedback again while I do this. To be a little more specific, stuff like why do you like/hate the quest/what makes it interesting to you?, what do you feel are the story's weak points? Or maybe these are all just the bad questions to be asking and I should just shut up and keep working away at things?
pic not really related to anything, just testing out what I can do with paint.net for special effects and stuff.
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No. 99419 ID: 650d9c

>>99417
Pick some other quests to shit on, too, please.
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No. 99427 ID: 15a025

Is the story really that bad? ;_;
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No. 99434 ID: dd338c

>>99427
It's just been the one guy.
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No. 99447 ID: 3d2d5f

>>99446
You realize quest authors don't get magic post deletion powers. Your posts are being removed, by mods, because your conduct breaks site rules.
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No. 99596 ID: 3641d4

I really feel like a stat page or another inventory check would help out right now. Also a more in depth explanation of how magic/enchantments and mages/sages would help out as well.
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No. 99711 ID: cd90cb

Crazy theory time? Crazy theory time.
I've got a feeling Don might have something to do with all the cursing going on lately. I mean come on, he's a powerful and trusted person that's CURSED. For all we know Buddy and Ronda are going to come back with him and they'll be cursed as well.
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No. 99789 ID: cd90cb

Rainy X Oscar is my new OTP.
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No. 100662 ID: 15a025

Thinking about maybe doing another intermission thread. If I did, who would you like the MC be?

http://www.strawpoll.me/10559318
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No. 100699 ID: 3ef6c8

>>100662
Can we vote to not have an intermission?
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No. 100708 ID: 15a025

>>100699
If want to, sure.
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No. 103741 ID: 15a025

Going to be taking a small break from working on Blind Quest and focusing more on Cheese Louise and Pepsi-Man.

In the mean time, some feedback on blind quest here would be very appreciated. I feel like my writing here is starting to get progressively worse. Any advice on you feel I could improve the quest would be extremely appreciated.

Sorry for the small bump this as well
Also, should I just have a general discussion thread for all my quests instead of having one for each of them?
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No. 103766 ID: 34a8ed

>>103741
Get better at your art.
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No. 103772 ID: 3abd97

>>103741
I think the weirdest part might be the particular tenacity / relentlessness of the opposition. Even when we go out of our way to try and disable them, even we we put ourselves in situations where it should be crazy difficult or impossible for them to attack us... they do.

It feels a little like... scripted encounters in a video game? Yeah, Trish is still gonna show up for a fight now, even if you just chased her down and beat her up. That was a random encounter miniboss, not plot relevant. It makes it feel a little bit like our choices don't have an impact.

It's not bad enough to the point where it's game breaking, and there has been lampshading hanging to mitigate it, but if you were looking for a place to improve your writing, I'd say that would be one place to think on. Making enemies more believable. Or maybe more reactive would be a better way of saying it. Circumstances don't seem to affect them.
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No. 103773 ID: 91ee5f

>>103772
This. Give Rainy and friends a chance to actually relax for more than 5 minutes without getting attacked!

Also, Don is too much of an asshole. Sure, it's ok the first time cause he was corrupted, but after that, him continuing to be an asshole to Rainy for no reason is just wrong. His attitude right now is, "I don't care if you saved me, I hate you for no reason! And I hate your ideas for reasons I'm not going to explain because we should always do things my way!" when his attitude should be, "Thank you for saving me." and "I don't agree with your plan, let me give advice on what I think we should do, but I'll still respect your decision if you think I'm wrong and explain why."
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No. 104197 ID: 15a025

>>103772
>>103773
Thank you both very much for the feedback! Hopefully the story will start to get better and more interesting now that I have a better idea of what I need to work on and where I need to improve.
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No. 104935 ID: 15a025
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104935

So wow, I can't believe that today marks the one year anniversary of Blind Quest. I find it a little hard to believe that I've been writing such an insane sounding story like this for a year now. I really don't know what say honestly. One thing I do know is, I couldn't have made it this far without all your help spooky guide spirits!

Looking back at the beginning I can see I've improved my writing a bit. I also see there's still room for improvement as well, and I'm excited to see how I'll use that room to improve over time. A serious thanks to everyone who's helped out a gave me feedback. This might sound a little corny, but you've been spooky guides for more than just a blind deer with a robot arm, you've also been guiding the person who was crazy enough to run this whacky adventure as well. If it wasn't for you, I don't think this story would be where it is right now. For that, I really can't thank you all enough.

It's been one hell of journey so far (and hopefully and enjoyable one as well). I look forward to making it to the with end all of you, my spooky buddies.
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No. 104937 ID: ca0e20

Hooray for year one of this fun quest! =3
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No. 105938 ID: 3abd97
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105938

Pulled out a frame from the gif here
>>/quest/761527
for reference.
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No. 106853 ID: 15a025
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106853

Rainy: "This sweater feels warm and cozy Candy! I love it!"
Candy: "I'm glad you like it Rainy. This time I promise there's no goofy sayings on this one."
Rainy: "You know, this sweater feels kind of familiar. What's it made out of?"
Candy: "It's made out wo- I mean cotton. It's a cotton sweater."
Rainy: "Heheh. You can't fool me Candy. It's a wool sweater isn't it?"
Candy: "Ah looks like you got me. I made it myself."
Rainy: "Alright, now it's your turn!"
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No. 106854 ID: 15a025
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Candy: "It's an adorable peppermint tea kettle!"
Rainy: "There's some peppermint tea inside it as well."
Candy: "Rainy..."
Rainy: "Yes?"
Candy: "These are packets of sugar."
Rainy: "Oh Candy I'm sorry. I must have mixed them up somehow."
Candy: "Ah it's fine. I like my tea super sweet anyway. Should last me about...three cups."
Rainy: "Heheh. I'm glad you like it."
Candy: "I love it! Thank you so much!"
Rainy: "And thanks for the sweater, I love how it feels."
Both: "Merry Christmas!"
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No. 106858 ID: 91ee5f

>>106853
>I made it myself.
I wouldn't be surprised if she also made it from herself also. As in, she used her own wool!
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No. 106898 ID: 7288c2

how do you mix up sugar packets as tea bags?
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No. 107719 ID: 15a025

Just a heads up, I'm going to be taking a break from blind quest for a bit. College is kicking my butt here.
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No. 110377 ID: 34a8ed

How come this takes you so long to update?
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No. 110471 ID: 8111b6

>>110377
Look at the post right above yours, my friend. College can be busy busy, even without the rest of life. Remember, patience is a virtue.
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No. 111355 ID: bbc034

Is Trish just talking out of her ass about Jill going out with Cyril? I thought we turned him into a ghost a few threads back?
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No. 111428 ID: 15a025

Haven't had a good spot to really post them all in a nice list, so here's everyone's enchantments so far:

Rainy:
Life Detect
Radar vision (with magic field scanner)
Earth Spikes
Guide Spirits

Don:
Fire Reflect
Explosion Reflect

Ronda:
Magnet Wings
Summon: Chipmunk Spirit
Transform: Stone Statue
Magic Heal
Earth Spikes

Jill:
Holy Arrow
Holy Bell Chimes
Holy Shield
Dispel

Ashley:
Holy shield
Mute
Razor Wind

Oscar:
Water Shield
Freeze
Water temp. Control
Ice Shards
Chaotic Weather
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No. 114821 ID: ca0e20
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114821

To celebrate the quest being completed!

Background is random cause I didn't know what else to do.
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No. 114824 ID: 15a025

>>114821
Aaah it's adorable! Thank you Jiggy!
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No. 114832 ID: 91ee5f

>>114821
It's a miracle! She magically regrew her right arm and doesn't need a robot arm anymore!
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No. 114835 ID: ca0e20

>>114832
Doesn't she have a lifelike version?
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No. 114841 ID: 91ee5f

>>114835
*insert shoulder shrug here*
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