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    Impressive summary indeed.

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    I assume the "Written by Gradius" is because Gradius posted the article on the front page?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Extranjero View Post
    I assume the "Written by Gradius" is because Gradius posted the article on the front page?
    Yes. Hopefully you've clicked on the link to the actual article though? ;o

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    Extremely well thought-out arguments and well presented evidence. Some of the grammar issues are distracting though. Another read-through is in order to weed out some of those errors.

    Apart from my writing OCD, well done. The final conclusions about Kerrigan's personality and character seem plausible, if not fairly accurate. Intelligent summaries that are not overly long or tangential.

    All in all, a fine piece with good insights. Bravo.
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    Quote Originally Posted by Praetor_Ixab View Post
    Some of the grammar issues are distracting though. Another read-through is in order to weed out some of those errors.
    Send me them if you will - the grammar issues should have all been eradicated, except maybe for the occasional dependent clauses, but those were kept for style.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gradius View Post
    Send me them if you will - the grammar issues should have all been eradicated, except maybe for the occasional dependent clauses, but those were kept for style.
    I got rid of all the ones you mentioned... :P

    Quote Originally Posted by Praetor_Ixab View Post
    Extremely well thought-out arguments and well presented evidence. Some of the grammar issues are distracting though. Another read-through is in order to weed out some of those errors.
    I noticed one badly worded paragraph and then a half sentence that I must have left in by accident. But other than that I don't see too many outright errors.

    Anyway, thank you all for the very kinda words. Much appreciated.
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    A very good read, that brings up the reason I like Kerrigan as well.

    I had actually been playing with the idea of writing something like that myself, just with Nova instead - since it was an excerpt from "StarCraft Ghost: Nova" that got me to start buying StarCraft novels.

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    Also, be sure to digg this article if you guys enjoyed it: http://sclegacy.com/

    Quote Originally Posted by Aldrius View Post
    I got rid of all the ones you mentioned... :P
    They can be left in there for stylistic reasons - such as the first sentence.

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    This is a nice summary. Sounds a lot like me. Just kidding. Kerrigan has been a very fascinating character to me. I look forward to seeing what amazing twist and turns occurs in sc2.

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