zuche wrote:People have already demonstrated why your complaint was ill-founded.
No, they didn't; routine praise is meaningless in terms of both praise and argument of quality. In plainer English, if you always think Erfworld pages are great, no surprise you'll disagree with Kreistor
. Also, you'd be wrong in general (nothing, including Erfworld, is 100% great).
in lieu of quoting your entire post, I'll just agree with you. Sup Bland, nice avatar again. I'm in port for a few days, so I'm getting my erf fix. Instead of hitting refresh 200 times a day, I now only get to check erf once every month or two. Which is nice in some ways, annoying in others.
Seriously, this is the erfworld discussion forum, not the erfworld meaningless praise forum. It is under the "Reactions" heading not the "Praise" heading. Just keep any criticism civil--and to prevent half the forum jumping down your throat--rational.
I say that I'm loving the last few pages. Of course, now I'm wondering where the text updates went. I don't think we have ever gone 4 pages or more without one since book 1 ended.
Oh, and since the two erf books I received in the mail had the text updates, I'm going to say that the old statement that the text updates are "extra" material is no longer valid. That was said when they first were contemplated way back before the summer updates, but since they have been incorporated in the published material, they should not be considered extra. That said, not all of the text updates were published. So the non-published pages should be considered extra. If we adopt that strategy, then we won't know which updates are included and which are extra until after publication, so maybe we can treat all text updates as if they "might" be extra.
Ohh, and btw, I counted at least 3 comic pages that were not in the internet version. Nice little inserts that most people who don't have forum arguments about what happened on what page, probably wouldn't notice. I pinky swear.