And now, an Important Announcement from the Dark Lord Emperor Person of the Land of Odd:
Well, this is it. Four years and five months ago, I published my first Class Storyline review. Now 112,500 words later, I can proudly announce that the Star Wars: The Old Republic Class Storyline Reviews are complete. To put that in perspective, the average length of a published novel is around 80,000 words with the minimum number to qualify as a ‘novel’ is 40,000. That’s how massive this project was. I clocked in at around 350 screenshots, totalling about 50MB to capture as much of the story as I could visually. I’m not even sure I want to know what my /played time was for all of this. The main Class Storyline Summary page that links to each of the reviews has been viewed to date over 66,000 times and I haven’t even tallied how many views each of the individual review posts. For all this and so much more, I want to thank you all for reading.
This is by far the biggest project I’ve ever successfully completed and it was your views, your links, your kind words and discussions that kept me going through all of it. I would like to do the unprecedented and tip The Hat to all of you. You who turned this backwater little website of silly theories, rants and videos into a mecca that comes up as number two when you search ‘SWTOR Storylines’ on Google. NUMBER TWO! You all did that, not me, and I couldn’t be more thankful for all of the support. So what’s next for the Land of Odd? We’ve got more weird theories, more fun videos, more storyline reviews for both World of Warcraft and Final Fantasy XIV in the works. We’re not going anywhere folks, and I do hope you all stick around and see whats to come. I’m glad to have been a part of all of this with you.
Thank you all.
– Vrykerion & The Hat
2 thoughts on “SWTOR Class Storyline Reviews Now Complete!”
Big grats on your achievement. 🙂 I’ve greatly enjoyed reading these, and 100k+ words is a lot! My own reviews of all of KotFE’s chapters are only up to about 25k words total and that is feeling like enough work as it is!
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