Comments & Ratings
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||Jul 26, 2007|
||Jun 13, 2007||At least this wasn't trash. Though it is a maze, it's a rather boring maze. There's no real reason for me to read this other than the fact that i'm bored out of my mind. C'mon, you can be more creative!|
||Jun 9, 2007||Did you ever start reading a book only to fin that it had less than two sentences on each page? That's what happened to me when I read this. Mazes can be cool, but this should be a story. Most stories have things called "plots", look it up and try to include a plot in your next "story".|
||May 20, 2007||Good start, but listen to Mr. Apoth... He is Maze Master!|
||May 18, 2007||I like maze stories but this was much to small and with much to little description. Next time try for A LOT more rooms. Use escape artist as a guidline. Also, either a lot more description or images, your choice.|
||May 18, 2007||
It's obvious that angry chickens, time machines and angels can all loop you back to the beginning, but why also the lack of a "minotaur key"? I acknowledge that maze stories are difficult because they're unwieldy and become complex very quickly. But if you're not up to that challenge, don't construct a maze.|
Also, I really detest being asked in these sorts of stories if I already possess a certain object because, if I don't, it almost always means I'm screwed.
Oh, and one more thing. Just because it's a maze doesn't mean you can't make at least some attempt at description. Even in mazes, continuously one-liner rooms just aren't interesting.
Why don't you loop yourself back to the beginning and try again?