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WARD

Recommended for all lovers of good writing

By bakerjake, member

Dec 11, 2017: I am writing to share an emphatic recommendation for Ward. Though Ward is only just starting its second arc (Wildbow writes 6-12 chapters per arc, published 2-3x per week), Ward is already showing a degree of evolution and maturity over the already captivating prior works of Worm, Pact, and Twig. Wildbow’s strengths combine amazing and nuanced settings, incredibly creative expansion of genre and theme, with often heartbreaking and impactful character work. The old cliche of you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll love this work is true. You ought to read Ward and all of Wildbow’s other works—if you haven’t yet read the earlier ones, you have an intense few weeks ahead of you, but the experience of following along live is too great to be missed.

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WARD

Recommended for all lovers of good writing

By bakerjake, member

Dec 11, 2017: I am writing to share an emphatic recommendation for Ward. Though Ward is only just starting its second arc (Wildbow writes 6-12 chapters per arc, published 2-3x per week), Ward is already showing a degree of evolution and maturity over the already captivating prior works of Worm, Pact, and Twig. Wildbow’s strengths combine amazing and nuanced settings, incredibly creative expansion of genre and theme, with often heartbreaking and impactful character work. The old cliche of you’ll laugh, you’ll cry, you’ll love this work is true. You ought to read Ward and all of Wildbow’s other works—if you haven’t yet read the earlier ones, you have an intense few weeks ahead of you, but the experience of following along live is too great to be missed.

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