Latest Gazette, Sept-Oct 2049


Posted Apr 26, 2009, 11:20 am
Get it here!

The latest version of the Gazette is available. This issue is jam-packed with original writing, thanks to JD, BW, and t0rp.

JD Basher's excellent writing continues with 'Something for the Boys Back Home part 2' (for part 1, see the May/June issue)

In 'Taking Sides', the recently-increasing camp tensions are discussed, and torp0r asks whether all-out war is on the horizon.

BW Gunner's 'The Day Somerset Stood Still' approaches the same topic in a more whimsical way by focusing on a recent interaction between Jake and Dexter.

Plus all your usual favourites: leagues roundup, death's door, etc.

Posted Aug 4, 2009, 2:17 pm
I apologize for my absence lately and not writing for the Gazette.

Computer problems have kept me from my duties here..
I have a new comp and am back in full force!

I have added some content to "The World According to Basher" in the latest issue.

I need to PM the other writers here and see if they want to contribute.
I hope I'm not the only writer for the Gazette!

If you don't get a PM from me and you think you'd like to write for our 'home-owned' paper.... PM ME! We need some good writers!


Posted Aug 30, 2009, 10:39 pm
I noticed there's some capacity for adding images and comments to the gazette. Do those comments/images immediately go up there for all to see?

The comments seem to be anonymous, too... probably a bad idea.

Posted Aug 31, 2009, 8:48 am
I dont think anybody other than gazette editors should be able to alter or add simon. Have you at any point edited the gazette and are still showing this ability, i am an editor and when the gazette is brought up for me i do not see any of the options

Posted Aug 31, 2009, 2:57 pm
Depending on the actual story, the may be a 'primary subject gang' who has an ability to add a comment or picture. For example if it's a story about your character or stating that you won a league, you'll be the 'primary subject gang'.

Posted Aug 31, 2009, 5:12 pm
Very cool.
Karz Master

Posted Nov 9, 2009, 8:52 pm
I quite like the story, good read :)