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- In Memorium
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I don't get the whole "men don't" so-called "rules" for men. Granted, I know that some men don't follow these, but I'm under the impression that they are followed by many. Men don't do this, men don't do that, like ask for directions. Why not ask for directions? We were lost once, and we were driven around for over an hour by dad, who "knew" that the exit we were looking for was "just around the corner" but it totally wasn't. He finally had to ask a guy we saw watering his garden for the way out, which we then found promptly. When we finally got home, I remember asking dad, "I know it was hard for you to ask for directions." and he replied, "Yes, it was." I was joking, but he was really serious.
Humphrey Bogart got his big break with lead roles in three of Hollywood's biggest classics only because George Raft, the most popular actor in his day, turned down each one of them. He turned down High Sierra because he didn't want his character to die at the end; he turned down The Maltese Falco…
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So people seem to be enjoying No-name the Corpse so far, and there are a few things I haven't really conveyed yet that I want to make available to people who just want to know a little more about Corpse.
Fact #1: Corpse is in fact a woman. I wanted to leave that ambiguous in the first chapter just to make the opening seem more approachable to either gender. Granted, it doesn't particularly matter much, as I have no plans for it to have heavy themes of gender. I just felt it might make my character a little more interesting if they weren't the token strong male survivor.
Fact #2: Corpse doesn't know how to read words. I want her character to be in a believable state for the setting. With her living her life in peril, she didn't really have time to learn to read words. Of course, that doesn't mean that she can't read any text. She knows what numbers mean, and can understand some common written words. "Nuka Cola" would probably be something she'd understand written, considering that's what…Read more >
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