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  • Lucas Johnny Vendelbo
    To qoute Jade, I like a lot of the ideas/concepts in your story, Your point of view and on what you have decided to write about there are a lot of great stories out there, but yours stand out due to your decessions on what to write abot, you have a lot of details which for some can be a bit lenghty, but personally I like details.
    If I were to say any, I would say try making your characters a bit more humble or less OP, we have all read about the Orc in massive plated armor who can take down an entire army :P. But hey that's just my opinion. Great work my friend, looking forward to read more.
    Ashes And Arrows: The Bright Fire
    Ashes And Arrows:...
    A novel involving my former WoW character Ashe and her adventures. After the horrid destruction of Kezan caused by Deathwing tearing through the heart of the world we know as Azeroth, Âshe finds herself...
    6 years ago
    The reason behind making the characters look and sound overpowered is in no way, shape or form a reflection of how they fight or how they fare in a straight up battle. Âshe even nearly died if it wasn't for Ome saving her at the very last second. While Ome is a veteran of War, Âshe has only seen few battles and has spent her life in a small village reading and focusing on knowledge rather than hands on combat. While the characters may look and sound overpowered, they may end up dying over a small mistake.

    I very much value the input and I will take it to heart. I can see where you're coming from and it's true that most characters I write about tends to have this very strong aura of badass-ness around them, but at the same time, I try to input the element of strategy into the story, so it's not just Âshe firing arrows in multiple directions and killing everything instantly, you know what I mean?

    Thank you very much for taking the time to read and give your input, it very much appreciated.
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