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It seems like some people like to include fluff but others leave it out entirely, I prefer some fluff.
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I like a bit but not much, like Whole Reports of Fluff is jus too much Crap to read, like a but here an there is fine but the Whole report of Fluff is to much
I agree, its nice to get why there fighting ect, but thats not why you read the reports, its to see the fight.
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I voted for number 1 , yes its great, but if i cant figure out whats going on I tell the person who wrote it to go to hell. But i like it cuase i have to much time on my hands.
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Some fluff is nice, as it adds intersting detail to the report, but having a whole report of fluff is bad and is annoying to read through.
I picked 'I like a bit but not much'...........but I perfer to say: I like it best when they fist do it a turn with fluff, then below it write the turn normal. Then next turn in fluff then normal.
Its just better for all those people inbetween.......
make it short, and sweet. not write a whole novel bout it
first i like to just see off the bat who won, and then if im curious as to know why, then i may like to look through some fluff. Any day where hundreds of imperials were ruthlessly slaughtered like the pigs they are is generally something that i'd like to read about!
i just want to know how the game was played how the dice rolled and who won not how easily the chaplains crozius tore through the frail wyche cos i rlly dont care bout the fluff
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I don't mind a bit , as long as it's not made up by the author. It's just lame at that point.