!irONYnJloE 02/21/10(Sun)02:15 No.8200095|
The fact that some people are still named "Subprocessor _____" is something that astonishes me every time I see it and has been responsible for more than one uncontrollable smile.
I didn't actually plan to run Vampire Bride Quest at all. Just spontaneously picked it up when I got annoyed at the ending of the previous quest, and went from there... which says something about my claims that I plan things, I suppose. Still, I think it turned out rather well.
No rush or anything on the review; it's not as though the threads are going anywhere. Nice of you to take a look at all, really.
Anyway, my complements. Dreamscape Quest did a great job, above anything else, in providing a genuinely tense atmosphere. That was due mostly to your opening scenes and the bit with Paul's hand, I think, but regardless there was a sense of danger at almost all times for which I commend you.
One thing I've noticed is that on /tg/, almost any player mood is infectious, so once you'd set survival horror as the quest genre the mood was persistent even when nothing obviously terrifying was going on. You did a pretty good job of kicking it up whenever it began to flag, though, and without breaking narration to do so.
Aside from that, you've got an admirable creative streak and a devious mind that most GMs would envy, and you did great things with them here.
Best of luck to you in all endeavors; I'm off.