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 Post subject: In One Sentence, Describe DragonMech
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 9:37 am 
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For the hell of it, as a challenge, try to describe DragonMech in one sentence, as if you were trying to get someone to try it out.

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*deep breath*

The moon is falling on a fantasy world, dragons came with it, the oceans rose and the only protection the world has is Mechs the other recently invented steam based technology and ancient magics, It's a fantasy Steampunk mech based civilization.


A bit of a run on sentence but hey...

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 Post subject: Re: In One Sentence, Describe DragonMech
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Stomphoof wrote:
For the hell of it, as a challenge, try to describe DragonMech in one sentence, as if you were trying to get someone to try it out.


May I use semicolons?


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 Post subject: Re: In One Sentence, Describe DragonMech
PostPosted: Fri Apr 04, 2008 2:14 pm 
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Arek wrote:
Stomphoof wrote:
For the hell of it, as a challenge, try to describe DragonMech in one sentence, as if you were trying to get someone to try it out.


May I use semicolons?


Well fine if you have to :P As long as its a sentence :P

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"Medieval fantasy mechs powered by steam, magic, or the labor of a thousand slaves..."

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goodmangames wrote:
"Medieval fantasy mechs powered by steam, magic, or the labor of a thousand slaves..."


Methinks Mr Goodman has had a bit of practice.

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goodmangames wrote:
"Medieval fantasy mechs powered by steam, magic, or the labor of a thousand slaves..."


Dang it, that's what I was going to say...

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goodmangames wrote:
"Medieval fantasy mechs powered by steam, magic, or the labor of a thousand slaves..."


yeah, but... what's a "mech?"


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 Post subject: Re: In One Sentence, Describe DragonMech
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from wikipedia:

Mecha, also known as meka or mechs, are walking vehicles controlled by a pilot, often appearing in science fiction or other genres involving a fantastic or futuristic element. Mecha are generally, though not necessarily, bipedal. In most fiction in which they appear, mecha are war machines: essentially armored fighting vehicles with legs instead of treads or wheels (there are some exceptions).


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