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Adventure Time!

Fuck all those shows where every single episode ends in a cliffhanger. Fuck ’em.

It has been brought to my attention that I haven’t been very kind to my dear readers with the sudden, incomplete wrap-up of the “The stolen queen” story. And you’re right, I don’t just leave some things up in the air, I leave almost all the things up in the air. That’s not at all fair to everyone who spent their precious time reading, expecting at least some kind of conclusion. So I will correct my error and publish a fourth part later this week!

<--more-->Problem is, even I don’t know what happens next! In the broader scheme of things, sure, but none of that will make much sense without the rest of the bigger story I pulled this from. (Yes, it’s another one of those “scenes from an epic” stories.) Then again, I don’t have to stick with the original plan, so I could always exercise my creative freedom and cook up something new. Who knows what it’ll be!

I can already see the criticism flowing in: “this part of the story feels tacked on, like an afterthought!”
~ Fang

Comments

  • 26/05/2016 (6:23 PM)

    This is one of the reasons that I haven’t gotten into Breaking Bad. Apparently almost every episode ends in a cliffhanger. It was also the major problem I had when reading The Hunger Games. Every chapter ended in a cliffhanger and, even worse, the beginning of the next chapter almost never resolved it. It just skipped to a time the problem had passed.

    • 26/05/2016 (7:32 PM)

      That last thing you mentioned is just super sloppy storytelling, and oh so sucky for the reader. We need closure!

  • 26/05/2016 (4:27 AM)

    I believe the Beer for the Shower guys could do a much better job at trolling your site than that flimsy effort.

  • 24/05/2016 (8:01 PM)

    Boo! This blog post feels tacked on, like an afterthought!

    (Am I doing it right?)

    • 24/05/2016 (8:39 PM)

      Boo harder, then it’s perfect.

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