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LexiAJ82

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  1. Very cool! Thanks @Tirloque ! I've kinda been out of the game for a month or two because of PC issues, but I'll likely be returning to this come autumn.
  2. I'm running a lot further behind than I'd like to be, given that I've basically been troubleshooting issues, and trying to fix my game since I released the last chapter of Aza, but I'm slowly getting back on track, and have finally begun working on Chapter 6 of Thora's story. In the tradition of Thora's other chapters, I thought I'd release a short preview of what's to come. Enjoy. Hopefully more to come a little later this month.
  3. Even better! I can't imagine any problems there. ๐Ÿ˜„
  4. "Oh wow! Congratulations, he never mentioned you!" ๐Ÿ˜‚ I loved that! Love the way this is shaping up! I love that this time around she actually made it to the militia office. I'm sure there won't be any troubles or complications arising from the Cass sharing a home with Bran and his fiance. Although I'm reminded of Erik's "hero" training in the previous universe... ๐Ÿ™„ A really fun read! Looking forward to more!
  5. I could probably have a chapter with like five hundred pages and fifty individual characters, put Amy in just one of those panels with like two lines of dialogue, and that would be what people would comment on! ๐Ÿ˜„ As far as their first meeting, that tale is in the works! We're going to hear it twice! Because Aza and Amy are so different, there's a kind of unreliable narrator element to the story so we'll be hearing it from both points of view. Ah Talsgar. Sigh. The first time I encountered him in game was during my original Thora playthrough way back when. She and... C
  6. I worry for Maylinda when Everly dies catch up to her! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ What I really liked about this chapter was the idea of someone being out of their mind (high on shaman juice/ecstacy) for example, knowing they're out of their mind, and just rolling with it. It just makes me chuckle for some reason. ๐Ÿ˜„
  7. Glad you enjoyed it! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ I do enjoy writing dialogue, Amy in particular right now. As far as the darkness... yeah. It was my first time shooting anything at night, and I think I took a lesson or two away from it. I think going forward I'm probably going to do most of my "nighttime" shooting a bit closer to dusk. I think just a little more ambient light would have made a world of difference in those shots. And, my lovely Malicia, sometimes when it's the right girl, or in Hana's case, an available girl, that "kiss" is worth the risk. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ
  8. Yay!๐Ÿ˜ I have soooo missed Cass and her adventures! I loved the old series, but I am seriously looking forward to seeing how this new reboot plays out! ๐Ÿ˜ƒ At any rate, it's nice to see that Cassidey hasn't changed. Great job on this. Looking forward to more!
  9. Thanks! When I read it, the read the room comment always makes me laugh the hardest. Amy and Thora are my personal faves as well. They're both just so much fun to write, for different reasons of course. As far as the night shots, I was a bit worried about them as well. When I actually play, which is a rarity these days, I tend to play with Darker Nights for the immersion. I have it turned off for shooting, but it's still a bit too dark. ๐Ÿคจ
  10. Yeah. We've already gone a bit further with the lactose related gags than my normal comfort zone would typically allow. I think aside from references to her not being able to eat cheese and wanting it badly, that's about as far as that's going. ๐Ÿคฃ Amy might be my favorite character to write dialogue for right now.
  11. Part of what came from both of you was the idea of doing something a bit more... fun. Thora's story, though it has its humor has become more serious in tone. Not to mention that, reading Cassidey and Devianna's work there's more... a sense of adventure I suppose is a good word. Tone I guess would be another good word. We're coming back to Thora next. We're about halfway through what I'd call the first season and I'm actually eager to get that done so we can move on to the "meat" of her story.
  12. I get closer and closer to that point every day...
  13. This one was a lot of fun to write! I agree on the hair. The first choice was kind of on a whim and I was never really happy with it. I love the second choice much better too. I was thinking it might be a running gag that she has a different hair style each entry but we'll see.
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    I was catching up on Devianna's stuff and came across that chapter shortly after Id decided to do this. I thought about not doing it after that, but felt like it had been long enough, and hoped that it was... different enough from hers. Glad you enjoyed it. I have more ideas for her going forward that'll hopefully materialize soon!
  15. Thanks! As far as the "nippley" region ๐Ÿ˜ The original intent was to have that pierced but I've had issues with the piercings not sitting where they should; sinking into the breasts or alternatively floating several inches in front.
  16. Welcome back to Aza's tale. For those of you unfamiliar with our titular character, Aza was once a Dremora in service to the Daedric Prince Sanguine. After a prank gone awry, she was banished to Nirn, and given a mortal body. Now, she's determined to regain her original form and power and take on the Prince of Debauchery himself. With the help of her loyal follower, the aspiring necromancer Amelia, she set out for Riften to break the curse Sanguine put over her. Along the way she's had to deal with her newfound limitations, as well as Amelia's failings. Links to earlie
  17. Nice job. I don't know why this stuck with me, but this "sound effect" made me laugh pretty hard: Really enjoying this story on the whole. Keep it up. ๐Ÿ˜ƒ
  18. Fun read! I agree with a lot of the others here that this might be one of the best pieces you've shared. The premise is pretty standard fantasy/dungeon crawling stuff, but you turned that into something fun, sexy, and hilarious. ๐Ÿ˜† Your screens are beautiful as always, and you clearly had a lot of fun with the characters with the dialogue and posing. A+ and thanks for sharing! ๐Ÿ˜
  19. You have a very interesting character and the start of an intriguing story here. I'm looking very forward to seeing more! ๐Ÿ˜
  20. Thora and Aza (In her true form): More of both characters... well, Aza in her human form... can be found here:
  21. I'm sorry if my response came across as adversarial. It wasn't my intention, but it kind of reads that way. ๐Ÿ˜ฏ I do completely agree that if you're not doing this for yourself and your own enjoyment first, then you're just looking for dissapointment at some point. It is good to be reminded of that though. ๐Ÿค”
  22. Glad you enjoyed it! I honestly did think about scrapping the chapter at the end, but ultimately it made me laugh too hard and I wanted to share that. ๐Ÿ˜„ I personally like writing characters who are more down to Earth and not so glamorous. You are very pretty and intelligent ๐Ÿ˜ As always thanks for your support and encouragement!
  23. Thanks. ๐Ÿ™‚ The likes and comments aren't why I do this. Yes, it takes time and work to put these together, but having that finished chapter is rewarding on its own. It's also a fun, and interesting way to tell a story. I don't believe I've ever said I wasn't happy with my work. However, it's also nice to have that hard work acknowledged and appreciated, particularly by other authors whom I respect, and who's works I enjoy. ๐Ÿ˜Š
  24. Thanks! Dialogue is easily my favorite aspect of writing, and the part I'm usually told Im best at. My dialogue style is heavily influenced by people like Joss Whedon, who writes fantastic snap dialogue btw! I'm glad you're coming around to Aza's tale. It's definitely something a bit different. And thanks for the knowledge! I've actually been wondering how to do that! ๐Ÿ˜ฏ Edit: Shout outs fixed. ๐Ÿ˜„
  25. The lighting isn't as bad as I thought it was now that I'm looking at it under better conditions. (My phone is not the ideal way to view images I suppose ๐Ÿ˜ฏ) Lighting in general is tricky. I don't really know a good way to handle it or tweak it in game or CK so more often than not I end up moving or adjusting a scene if I can't get the lighting right. Going forward I would probably usually have face light active on just about anybody involved in a particular scene. I think it would have helped the bandits stand out a bit more.
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