Whiteout 30

posted 28th Sep 2015, 10:16 PM

Whiteout 30
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view Michael Campbell and William Leighton's profile

28th Sep 2015, 10:16 PM

Michael Campbell and William Leighton

Deeper and deeper into snow drowned Mapleton they go, and we get to see their contrasting perspectives, one sees it as a curse, the other a boon. Now, hopefully, they won't see anything that breaks Embers's weirdness scale.

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29th Sep 2015, 9:32 AM

MadJak91

Given Addison's pretty much "you lost me" expression, I am not sure even such childlike explanation was enough.
I have a bad feeling her version of the weirdness scale works... differently.

inb4 Addison pointing at a huge monster: "So, is this weird enough? :>"

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26th May 2016, 7:31 AM

Michael Campbell and William Leighton

We're sorry we missed this comment Jak, we love hearing your thoughts and wish we had caught this one before the next page went live, the little moment you suggested with Addison asking if a large monster was weird enough would have been fun!

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26th May 2016, 7:34 AM

MadJak91

No worries!
I am always just commenting what I think and sometimes it is fine and sometimes it is weird :D :D

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18th May 2016, 3:34 PM

ProfEtheric

That... seems like a really good bar for weirdness.

The dialogue on this page is really on point, guys. I mean, the art all along has been top notch, but the writing here really resonated. Like, as in potentially steal some of the heart of this levels of good...

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20th May 2016, 1:24 PM

Michael Campbell and William Leighton

We're glad you agree with the bar Embers set and can only humbly thank you for giving Mike's writing such high praise. He greatly enjoys writing IronGate and spends a great deal of tike fine tuning the dialogue of each page to make sure everything fits just right.

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