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#181 Post by Rika-chan » Sun Aug 06, 2006 3:35 pm

I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Rika, sometimes called Rika-chan. I found Ren'Py through Blade. It's a little sad, I had no idea that there were free visual novel makers out there. (I did look, but not under the correct terminology, I suppose. 'dating sim game maker' doesn't bring up anything. I didn't know enough to use "ren'ai.") But at least I found it now, and can use it for all my ideas.

I probably won't be a prolific poster, but it's nice to have a community to visit and help promote your work. I have a few ideas for stories already; although they're only kinetic novels, I hope people will enjoy them anyway.

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#182 Post by Megaman Z » Sun Aug 06, 2006 5:34 pm

*wonders if I should sign this again, due to the LOOOOOOOONG absence*
Rika-chan wrote:I guess I should introduce myself. I'm Rika, sometimes called Rika-chan. I found Ren'Py through Blade. It's a little sad, I had no idea that there were free visual novel makers out there. (I did look, but not under the correct terminology, I suppose. 'dating sim game maker' doesn't bring up anything. I didn't know enough to use "ren'ai.")
been down that particular path.
But at least I found it now, and can use it for all my ideas.

I probably won't be a prolific poster, but it's nice to have a community to visit and help promote your work. I have a few ideas for stories already; although they're only kinetic novels, I hope people will enjoy them anyway.
good to know we are still getting people coming here who are actually going to do something.


*666th post*
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#183 Post by monele » Sun Aug 06, 2006 6:31 pm

Welcome on board ^.^. New people are always a good thing. Unless they're a bad thing, but then it's just not the same thing ô_o... *blinks*... Did I say 'welcome' ? ^^;... *hides*

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#184 Post by DaFool » Mon Aug 07, 2006 8:39 am

Rika-chan wrote:I found Ren'Py through Blade.
Same here. Glad to see some of the same people I first saw in the Blade forum :)

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#185 Post by Blue Lemma » Mon Aug 07, 2006 1:03 pm

mikey wrote:Anyway, this is a great forum, because we established that visual novel engines are not cars.
:shock: So that's why I couldn't get the ignition to turn all this time!!! :? :cry:

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Megaman Z wrote:good to know we are still getting people coming here who are actually going to do something.
Maybe this was worded poorly, or I'm just reading into it too much. But we HAVE been doing stuff!
Rika-chan wrote:It's a little sad, I had no idea that there were free visual novel makers out there. (I did look, but not under the correct terminology, I suppose. 'dating sim game maker' doesn't bring up anything. I didn't know enough to use "ren'ai.")
That's a good piece of information - it could prove handy when we want to promote the community more. *tucks it away* :wink:

Miko: Hey, Rika-chan, you didn't tell us what you think about mushrooms! :lol:

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#186 Post by Rika-chan » Mon Aug 07, 2006 1:39 pm

Thanks for all the welcomes, everyone. It helps me feel more ... welcome. :D
Blue Lemma wrote:That's a good piece of information - it could prove handy when we want to promote the community more. *tucks it away* :wink:
Oh, good. Being a newbie, I didn't want to come in and tell you guys how to do things, but I did pick up on the fact that you're trying to promote yourselves, so I thought I'd hint about the fact that you were hard to find.
Miko: Hey, Rika-chan, you didn't tell us what you think about mushrooms! :lol:

Oh, right, mushrooms. I like mushrooms. The little white button mushrooms are pretty versatile, but personally, I love shiitake. That strong flavor is unlike anything I've ever tasted before. 8)

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#187 Post by Megaman Z » Mon Aug 07, 2006 4:26 pm

Blue Lemma wrote:
Megaman Z wrote:good to know we are still getting people coming here who are actually going to do something.
Maybe this was worded poorly, or I'm just reading into it too much. But we HAVE been doing stuff!
it's just that on a majority of the forums I frequent, I see a large amount of users with no posts whatsoever. they just sign up and do absolutely nothing
Rika-chan wrote:Thanks for all the welcomes, everyone. It helps me feel more ... welcome.
um... you're welcome?
Oh, good. Being a newbie, I didn't want to come in and tell you guys how to do things, but I did pick up on the fact that you're trying to promote yourselves, so I thought I'd hint about the fact that you were hard to find.
(aren't we all newbies at one point?)

yeah, this site doesn't seem to have too much publicity. I'm already kinda talking with the admin of another forum over the possibility of adding a renai section, and if that happens, that's a whole group of people that might be making some renai games (which could be a good thing or a bad thing. they will, however, know about this site.).
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#188 Post by DaFool » Mon Aug 07, 2006 4:31 pm

Megaman Z wrote:it's just that on a majority of the forums I frequent, I see a large amount of users with no posts whatsoever. they just sign up and do absolutely nothing
That's pretty normal for a lot of forums. Besides those who sign up to post once then move on, there those lurkers who have automatic log-in. Kinda like IRC.

And I'm guilty of that too, except that the forum I'm registered at without posting is a porn one. :oops: ..yep just to grab that attachments

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#189 Post by Megaman Z » Mon Aug 07, 2006 4:47 pm

DaFool wrote:
Megaman Z wrote:it's just that on a majority of the forums I frequent, I see a large amount of users with no posts whatsoever. they just sign up and do absolutely nothing
That's pretty normal for a lot of forums. Besides those who sign up to post once then move on, there those lurkers who have automatic log-in. Kinda like IRC.
http://lemmasoft.renai.us/forums/member ... &start=150

that's 175 members with no posts (over 1/5th of the total number of registered posters) [at post time]. granted, I've seen larger numbers before (on one forum, out of around 300 members, only five had even one post. I can't find that forum anymore for some reason).

also, nobody seemed to notice I snuck past 666 posts... or they didn't care.
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#190 Post by Jake » Mon Aug 07, 2006 6:36 pm

DaFool wrote:That's pretty normal for a lot of forums. Besides those who sign up to post once then move on, there those lurkers who have automatic log-in. Kinda like IRC.
Mm... I've signed up at a couple of modelling forums in the past just so I can get the forum software to tell me which topics I have and haven't read - it's not that I don't want to talk about modelling, just that I already belong to three forums where I'll actively participate in modelling discussion, and there's only so much time in the day!

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#191 Post by Timmeh » Tue Aug 08, 2006 9:58 am

Oooohhh emmm geee! You're alive Lemmy! I had thought you'd gone and floated off somewhere. I don't know if you remember who on earth I am (timbrockhoff@hotmail.com, ring any bells?). Whatever happened to Tales of Lemma 2? Just kind of... fizzled out? Anyway, get back to me.. or don't, whatever

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#192 Post by hramrach » Tue Aug 22, 2006 11:38 am

Hello

The games at LemmaSoft look nice, especially Shoujo Attack.

But since I work mostly on GNU/Linux or OS X I do not get to run Windows software much.

Good work, anyway.

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#193 Post by darkknight » Sat Sep 23, 2006 10:49 pm

Hello...

My name is Jimmie....

I live in the US.....

I hope that this is a good site and I look forward to meeting everyone here...

Except people named Grey.....or megaman....

AND YES I DID CAUSE THE FIRST LEMMA LOCK (new made up saying like it? it means I made lemma lock a topic and I am very proud of that)

Oh and Hi to all the new people I used to be a greater but then I got tired...so very tired....
If one man speaks out in a crowd against everyones opinion...Who will be remembered? The one who spoke his mind, or the millions that spoke against him....

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#194 Post by Blue Lemma » Sun Sep 24, 2006 8:56 pm

I think someone woke up on the wrong side of the bed this morning ^__^;;

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#195 Post by lordcloudx » Mon Sep 25, 2006 1:42 am

I don't think I've ever seen that locked topic. So I'm guessing you were active long before I registered here darknight?
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