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Storyverse information, and the Judge's final decision on this matter.

Author: SM_007 ()
Date: 2000-04-29 00:00:00

You know, I should have a tag that says "Storyverse Police." >:) In any event, here is what is going to happen between me and Psycho Sam! as it relates to his story: As per his request, I made it so his story happens right before mine does. So, without further ado, here is a quick summary of what, exactly, happened between both stories (in proper order, too):

The crew found a couple of keys. Psycho Sam! threatned BandWidth with the Z-Virus and then disappeared. A shaken RStefan01 ran back onto the bridge, and after telling BandWidth how Psycho Sam! disappeared, he was ordered by BandWidth to man his station and help him with his brilliant idea to use the scanners to locate the bomb. They didn't have time to worry about Psycho Sam!, and the keys were taking too long to track down properly anyhoo. In the meantime, SM_007 beamed down to the surface and found the bomb, just as the crew was beaming down to find the bomb, rRaminrodt was going to warn them that SM_007 had disappeared, and finally, Tridus was beaming down to warn SM_007 and get his ass back on the ship, where it belongs, hehe. And that, so far, is where we left off.

Now, I can't always make exceptions like this, and it is the responsibility of anyone who writes a story to read every story prior and maintain continuity. When someone fails to do this in a noticeable manner, that person's story will most likely be discluded and no longer considered "canon," which means that it will have no effect on the storyverse. I hope this makes things clear and also makes clear the responsibility of the person writing the newest story...and how it is never the fault of the person who wrote a prior story that does not fit their newer one. That should about cover it.

Virtue Mine Honour

Storyverse information, and the Judge's final decision on this matter. - SM_007 - 2000-04-29 00:00:00
-ok good, now I get it. that kinda acts like a mini summary too, neat. - Tridus - 2000-04-29 00:00:00