If you don't mind my asking, which country are you in exactly?
Such are the things.
Anyway, this makeshift chat session comes to a halt of few hours as I desire to sleep. Besides, I have PM I got that I need to respond to. I'll leave it to next mroning, as I'm too drowsy now to think intelligently, which I require to answer the PM I got. It's really thoughful stuff, and being sleepy dulls the mind. I also seemed to repeat myself. I think.
Hehe, I know how that is. Don't wanna forget anything. Or things get rearranged or dropped. I was my group's Game Master for a number of years. Things always changed.
Reminds me of a time when I hauled a notebook pretty much everywhere in case I got a spontaneous idea. Funny that most of the notes that I scribbled never made it intot he story because I got better ideas or decided to leave them for later. For example, I had planned on having the protagonist meet a dog at the start of chapter four, and much disgust and anxietty would've ensued as the dog would've been a bit too eager to know the pony. However, this was dropped in favor of a short insanity spell with a neighbor. The canine interaction idea is not entirely dropped though, so it may find its way in still. I keep concepts stored in my mind and a scrap file, where they wait to be used or refined to story elements. One that I figured out a long time ago is about to be implemented in chapter nine. I won't tell what it is, but once it's published I will.
Sometimes I'll be falling asleep, or wake up out of a sleep, and need to grab a notepad XD But that's a... rarity.
No rush. I get my ideas usually when in bed. I guess the immobility, darkness and slowly declining awareness helps my imagination in a strange way.
I'll think on it. I need to let the ideas simmer for a bit before I can put digital ink to digital paper.
Yeah, that's why warmly encourage you to pen a story or a drawing. Anything to get that mind buzzing with ideas that can be produced.
Hehe yup~ I noticed that right off.
ME2 is a big change from ME1, but after I got used to it I really enjoyed it. Moreso than the original ME's mechanics at this point. Haven't played 3 yet, waiting to get it for my birthday next month ^^
But yeah I can understand that. Actually creating something is very rewarding.
No, I intended to purchase Mass Effect 2, but then MLP came along. Frankly said I'm not interested in many video games, past, present or upcoming. All this writing is eating up my time, but that's better I think, because now I'm productive in a way that makes me smile.
Heh, my pony avatar has a quill and a parchment as a cutie mark. How fitting .