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Review of chapter "An Unusual Encounter" from (Current Donor)ginvirus
Review:
Interesting start, I have not played the game a friend told me it is a Bit repitetiv.
All i know is that the setting is medival. An Adventure / Action
game.
So maybe you have to request a new category.

Happy writing.
Comments from author:
Ah, if you haven't played then I must say that yes it is repetitive but the setting isn't entirely medival. I won't say more because it ruins one of the first surprises a player gets upon starting the first AC game. If your curious look up spoilers online, watch a lets play of the game, or play it yourself. The choice is yours.

An action/adventure category for games would be ideal whether AC fits into it or not. How do I request a new category?
Thank you for the review and best wishes.
Review By [(Current Donor)ginvirus] • Date [9 May 12] • Not Rated
Review of chapter "An Unusual Encounter" from Orchamus
Review:
Meh, not sure what's the what, but it might be interesting.
Comments from author:
Ah well the original plot-bunny was this: A white-hooded hunter/vigilante has been noticed in Sunnydale. For some strange reason people remember being saved by this person even if they still believe they were attacked by gangs on PCP or wild dogs. The Scoobies aren't amused and a little worried because they've been saving the day for a while, where's there recognition? And why are people noticing this new person with a fetish for white when Sunnydale blindness works for everything else?

Story has quite a few OCs on the Assassin Creed's side and I'm trying to blend the two series' mythos.
Review By [Orchamus] • Date [8 May 12] • Rating [10 out of 10]
Review of chapter "An Unusual Encounter" from Oxnate
Review:
Not bad at all. I think it might be miscategorized though. I would put it under Fantasy games rather than Sci-fi.

Also, I think even an assassin should have more trouble dealing with preternatural beings.

Edit: Ok, I'll give you that he might be able to handle 5 vamps IF he new beforehand what he'd be up against. But I'm sticking by my Fantasy categorization.
Comments from author:
I thought about Fantasy but, the AC series has background plot nigh identical to Stargate concerning the ancients and that show is definitely sci-fi. Plus no magic, no monsters, no walking skeletons. All 'mythical' religious items are "toys" left behind by the former race and all supernatural abilities like eagle vision are hinted to be genetically linked to hybirds the Ones That Came Before created. All very science-fiction though I agree there are fantasy elements to it.

I thought about that too but Altair, Ezio, Desmond, and other assassins have all indicated to be slightly more resilient than the average human. If trained properly I think one could fall somewhere between a trained veteran soldier and a slayer. So five vampires would push what an assassin could handle of the supernatural community but still be doable. Buffy kind of missed the assassin getting a thrashing though she did hear it. ;-)

Edit: I promise you he did and tell you what, I'll open the sci-fi vs. fantasy genre to reviewer vote. If enough people say fantasy I'll change it.
Review By [Oxnate] • Date [6 May 12] • Rating [8 out of 10]
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