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Nvision
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Scenario Polishing

Post by Nvision » Fri Oct 03, 2014 8:16 pm

I'm looking for a few pairs of fresh eyes to help proof and polish a scenario I've been picking away at for a while. It's a 1920's scenario featuring politics, witchcraft, and society's most vulnerable. After wrestling with Scribus for some time, I've got it into a somewhat presentable state, and I have separate PDFs for the scenario, pre-gens, and handouts. Maps are missing, and illustrations are rough sketches, but the bulk of the work is there. If you've got some free time and wouldn't mind having a look please PM me and I'll send you a download link. Feel free to be as blunt as you wish with criticism, I want to make this one good and I appreciate any feedback you can muster!

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Re: Scenario Polishing

Post by Shannon Mac » Sat Oct 04, 2014 9:45 pm

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Re: Scenario Polishing

Post by Dr. Gerard » Sun Oct 05, 2014 10:08 am

Yes please!
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Re: Scenario Polishing

Post by Nvision » Sun Oct 05, 2014 2:41 pm

I suppose I should have expected it, but the community has been incredibly helpful already! Thanks to everyone willing to take a look at my work. I'll make sure you're all credited in the final copy. :)

Oh, I noticed there's a large "M" for no reason at the start of the second column of text...that was put there to even out character spacing and was set to white, but when I exported the file the computer told my colour choices to piss off. There may be one or two similar mystery letters in there.

*edit* I've already been notified of and corrected about a dozen typos and omissions! You guys are awesome! :cthulhudance:

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Re: Scenario Polishing

Post by Nvision » Tue Oct 07, 2014 3:07 pm

Posting maps for those reading the scenario...hopefully these help to contextualize the descriptions of the locations.

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