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Militia Man


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1710070 Always more madness! :) And yes, I shall be sure to check that out, it sounds interesting! Not too sure if I'd be good at it, but never stopped me from trying! :)

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More madness, you say? :pinkiecrazy:

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One more thing, have you ever thought about doing a "Displaced" story? If you don't know what that is, it's like this:

Guy wants to go to a Cosplay thing, so he makes/buys a really good costume of his favorite villain/hero. However, he ends up missing a vital, signature piece. Guy decides to go anyway, but happens upon a strange shop that is owned by a equally strange old guy. Said old guy offers first guy the item for free, and the guy accepts. Later, something crazy happens and he blacks out. When he wakes up, he is on Equus (Equestria planet), and is actually that character now, complete with all the perks and abilities entitled.

Craziness tends to ensue.

For more info, here's the main group page :

http://www.fimfiction.net/group/205425/displaced

I just think that you'll be great at it and that you'll also get a kick out of it. Just a thought. :twilightsheepish:

1707620 Truly glad to have made another fan then! (Come to the Bolo side!:rainbowlaugh:)

Whats probably one of the best features of the story is the Everfree antagonist. Some writers make good attempts at original or borrowed villains but usually miss the mark, but not here; it's mysterious, interesting, and believable, while not seeming overpowered or that the writer "tried too hard" if you know what I mean.

That's what I've tried to do, something odd and strange while not way out there. It could have easily turned into a "Bang Pow" type story but I wanted more from it. I do know what you mean and I can't thank you enough for the kind compliment on that. There's definitely more wierdness on the way!:twilightsmile:

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No Prob'. Believe it or not, I never even heard of Keith Laumer's-"Bolo!" stories before, until I first read the description! :rainbowlaugh:

Whats probably one of the best features of the story is the Everfree antagonist. Some writers make good attempts at original or borrowed villains but usually miss the mark, but not here; it's mysterious, interesting, and believable, while not seeming overpowered or that the writer "tried too hard" if you know what I mean.

Thanks so much for the favorite on Legacy!:twilightsmile:

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