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 on: October 28, 2009, 03:46:35 AM 
Started by Elohi Waya - Last post by Seraph
These are indeed the only two stories. NofNA jumps right into the world and much of the details are supposed to be left to the reader's imagination. However, you can get more information by looking through the "About" section of the site, reading other questions that people have asked in the forums, and asking your own specific questions as well.

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 on: October 27, 2009, 05:10:57 AM 
Started by Elohi Waya - Last post by Synthesis
As far as I know the only stories created to date are 10%+ and secretary.

 23 
 on: October 26, 2009, 11:51:28 AM 
Started by Elohi Waya - Last post by Elohi Waya
I would really like to see the stories made in the past to help me know the rest of the story, but I can only view the recently-made stuff.

Help? Huh

 24 
 on: October 20, 2009, 10:48:38 PM 
Started by myskyren - Last post by Randomcuriosity
When I went from middle school to highschool, I remember being intensly shocked that people were literally doing whatever they wanted, and the switch from 4 block to 8 block was very insane, and going from having the same student group in each class to whatever happens happens, it's a bit like the switch from basic to advanced class.

 25 
 on: October 15, 2009, 06:38:55 AM 
Started by myskyren - Last post by myskyren
Why is it such a big deal/so shocking? Like in the beginning when SV asks his brother about how it's going, and his brother seems like he's trying to hide something (although perhaps that's just because he got hurt). But also, later, when the squirrel says about how people are always shocked when they first find out about how advanced class is like.. How SV himself, while he's watching, is totally dumbfounded..
WHY??

 26 
 on: September 22, 2009, 05:59:01 PM 
Started by Randomcuriosity - Last post by Coalled
Voted for them coming together. It's the least likely outcome, but he wants her to be his student so that would be the most logical choice provided all goes in his favor. I really don't see them actually killing one another but I don't doubt someone will be hurt, mentally and/or physically.

 27 
 on: September 21, 2009, 03:07:14 AM 
Started by Randomcuriosity - Last post by Randomcuriosity
I'm for Nuts winning lol.  Roll Eyes

 28 
 on: September 21, 2009, 03:05:59 AM 
Started by Randomcuriosity - Last post by Randomcuriosity
Page 229


..... wowww your page 197 prediction came partly true XD

 29 
 on: September 21, 2009, 03:03:55 AM 
Started by Randomcuriosity - Last post by Randomcuriosity
Who are you for and reasons!!!!  Grin

 30 
 on: September 18, 2009, 05:54:45 AM 
Started by Dr. Mad - Last post by Dr. Mad
Yeah, Guilen, it's definitely not fair to peg down an author/artist like that.  Read a lot of literature and you get to thinking they're all the same; storylines with stereotyped main characters in a fixed plot with a distinct beginning, middle, and end.  One should not and cannot get stuck into that line of thought (unless its paying the bills and it doesn't matter anyway, but that way lies conformity, inanity, and banality, think Garfield here) about artists involving their storytelling, and it's dumb of me to try to break down something as complex as NofNA into something commonplace.

Jesus, imagine the readership if you could get something as meaningful as NofNA into the newspapers... but it'll never happen, remember what happened to Calvin and Hobbes?  Newspapers kept cutting down on the comics size, Waterson had to increasingly curb his intellectualism as corporations complained, and in the end it just wasn't worth it as the stories were getting watered down to trash.  You NEVER see the half page features like Calvin and Hobbes used to enjoy anymore in the Sunday funnies.  Zach would not be happy being constrained to 3 panels daily with a corporate mentality to production, either.   (Probably the great political correctness of the modern age is what killed the newspapers; they tried TOO hard to conform when privately people WANT their information to be quirky and offensive, a purpose the Internet serves abominably well.)

I guess the Internet is the great new Medium of the aspiring artist nowadays, where one isn't constrained by paper limits, editors and censorship.  Unfortuantely, it's also a great big garbage heap with a ton of competition, which makes it all the harder for the real gems to stand out.  Don't let your fans get to you, Zach, just keep on doing what you originally set out doing.  Let Fame be its own reward.

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