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redwall in chronological order
  1. Lord Brocktree
  2. The Legend of Luke: In the Wake of the Red Ship
  3. Martin the Warrior
  4. Mossflower
  5. The Legend of Luke
  6. Prologue and epilogue to Mossflower
  7. Outcast of Redwall
  8. Mariel of Redwall
  9. Prologue and epilogue to Martin the Warrior
  10. The Bellmaker
  11. Salamandastron
  12. Redwall
  13. Mattimeo
  14. Pearls of Lutra
  15. The Long Patrol
  16. Marlfox
  17. Taggerung
  18. Prologue and epilogue to Lord Brocktree
  19. Triss
  20. Loamhedge
  21. Rakkety Tam
  22. High Rhulain
  23. Eulalia!
  24. Doomwyte
  25. The Sable Quean
  26. The Rogue Crew

i just thought this would be a good reference to have in the fandom, especially for people who are interested in a chronological rereading, like me!

anonymous asked:

how do you do this successful coldpost thing holy shit. I coldposted an article a few years ago and it got downvoted to deletion despite not having any grammatical errors...

Same! When I first joined the site in 2014, I thought I was oh-so-special and could probably get away with ignoring the site’s feedback process, but the article was deleted at -23. One of the comments was literally “this doesn’t have any grammatical errors, but the concept is bad (…)” which makes all the difference. The only reason I and some others are considered to “be able to coldpost” like it’s some magical skill is just that I read it from a reviewer’s standpoint instead of the writer’s standpoint when I’m proofreading. Ask yourself:

  • Did I proofread the shit out of the sentences themselves? If you step back and look at your work objectively, you can be your own editor and pick up on small issues in grammar that you missed while writing.
  • Do I have structural errors such as run-on sentences or repeated words that I glossed over while writing?
  • Along these two lines, I recommend doing at least two read-throughs before posting. The first is the narrative. Read it, ignore any errors you find, and focus solely on the content of the work. The second is the editor read-through. Ignore the narrative and focus solely on grammar and sentences and paragraphs. Additionally, I myself do a third read-through, during which I duplicate my sandbox tab and open the editing window in the duplicate, so that I can correct things as I read them on the first tab.
  • Are the implications at the beginning of the narrative the same as the results at the end of the narrative? (This is a big one for me, because when I start writing something, I often don’t have the meat of the narrative planned out at all.) 
  • Does this fit in the canon? If not, is it satisfactory in other aspects to a degree that would allow people to respect a difference in canon rather than downvote for it?
  • Did I remember to add a rating module and make my author post before the page is posted so that I can snag the first comment in the discussion? Is all my other wiki formatting good to go?

I hope this is useful!

You know how after Raditz dies he goes to King Yemma to be judged where he’ll spend the rest of his days at. He briefly fights him and is overpowered and sent to hell.

Well

Princess Snake is married to King Yemma, but in the game Dragon Ball Z:Harukanaru Densetsu there’s a scene where Yamcha says something about her having some form of relationship with Raditz.

Savage.

Generic Long Text Post from 2012-2014

OP: So why the fuck do barbers have these swirly pole thingys??

1st comment: They siphon the energy of lost hair.

2nd comment: ALRIGHT MOTHER FUCKERS PULL UP A CHAIR AND TAKE A SEAT AT YOUR DESKS BECAUSE IM ABOUT TO LEARN YOU A THING.

SEE THIS MOTHERFUCKER? ITS A MOTHER FUCKING BOOBLE POOLE FROM MEDIEVAL TIMES.

*60 lines of text you can find from wikipedia*

IM PRETTY PASSIONATE ABOUT BOOBLE POOLES OK?

3rd comment: Things are getting heated up in the Booble Pooles fandom!

End of post

so in golion their names were metals and I kinda wish they would’ve kept them

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