View Full Version : Need feedback so I can improve my future articles!

01-18-2016, 05:56 PM
I would greatly appreciate it if you could support me by following my twitter @SnowwyWolfHowl

Hello everyone,

Your resident cuddly SnowwyWolf reporting in, oh wait we appear to have some static, one moment... *white noise*
Ah there we go all sorted now, the line of communication is clear, phew!

Link to my articles -


Well I am looking for as much feedback you can offer as possible regarding my articles and your honest opinions on how you think they could be improved. Whether it be to do with my grammar, vocabulary, over use of commas, layout, the structure of my article, no matter what it is simply let me know and all I can ask is be as honest as possible, don't worry you will not hurt my feelings :P.

Here is my list of improvements for my next article I have so far :
- Use of headers for each paragraph to make it clear what each section is regarding.
- Using images within the article itself and not having to link the image.
- Learning how to use Reddit to format my articles properly there too.

That is the list of improvements I have so far to just make my future articles easier to read and aesthetically pleasing. Any feedback is appreciated, both positives and negatives is great!

Your lovable SnowwyWolf reporting out, see you all on the battlefield.

- SnowwyWolf

*white noise*.... (no one is there).

01-18-2016, 05:59 PM
Write it all in the form of AA Balthasars text and it gets a 10/10 from me. ;)

01-18-2016, 07:18 PM
Write it all in the form of AA Balthasars text and it gets a 10/10 from me. ;)

Thank you for taking the time to respond, I am not sure how his text reads but if you can link it here, in my next article I will sneak it in best I can as an easter egg (a part of the article in the form of his text :) )

01-18-2016, 07:31 PM

01-18-2016, 09:21 PM
"When Balthasar arrives upon the field
He'll find the greatest troops among your band.
A gift of health one troops defense will yield;
One troops's attack will likewise fill your hand."

Definitely gonna have to be a portion of the article as an easter egg, as it's rather tricky to write like that in long form.