Preferably in AARland.
Dutch history is composed of dead Williams. Oh, and cows.
The Greatest War: A German History AAR
The rise of the House Von Reichenberg- A serious Austria AAR
A Line of True Bastards - The Get of William the Bastard - finished!
Owner of 5/6ths of Henry V. Keiper's SOUL!!! MHUAHAHAHA!!!
frogbeastegg has been having some computer issues of late and has requested another to pass the award on. Her wish was that it be passed to a person that has never won before.
Fortunately, I have just such a person in mind - one who has never won this award though he diligently continues to work on his AAR month after month, now counting some years. You may have seen him in one of your AARs and his name is -
Offer him some congrats and take a look at his AAR - The Last Mission. Once you have you will realize just how deserving this is. And long over due. Congrats, TheExecutor!
The Butterfly Effect: A British AAR - The finest and most spectacularly slower-than-real-time British AAR on the board. Updated 11th February 2014 featuring Soviet prop shafts, begging Italian admirals and spicy Royal Netherlands Navy indecision.
Inevitable Defeat - Slovakia '44 - The award winning characters Tiso and Tuka attempt to save Slovakia from defeat and destruction. It probably wont end well. It definitely did win an AARland Choice Comedy Award. Updated 16th September 2013. Voting is still technically ongoing in the 'Which Malar' mystery, but it has been for quite some time.
Furious Vengeance - A 1944 UK AAR - My actual best work - Winner of the 2009 Iron HeAARt Award
The other works
Nice choice. Congratulations TheExecuter
EUIII AAR: The lilies of France
Awarded Best Character Writer of the Week 25. Feb 2007
Awarded WritAAR of the Week 22. April 2007
HoI2 AAR: Enig og tro til Dovre faller – A Norwegian AAR
Awarded WritAAR of the Week 25. Sept 2005
Awarded Weekly AAR Showcase 25. Jan 2006
Awarded Fan of the Week 26. March 2006, 7. October 2007 and 10. November 2008
Boer War AAR: Joe’s War- a Boer War AAR
Many Congratulations ! Very well deserved indeed
The New Short AAR about Seduction , Manipulation , Intrigue , Mystery , and Revolution .
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T I M E L I N E S : What if Spain Failed to Control the World?
Seventeen AARLand Choice Awards: Favourite Overall New WritAAR Q1 2007.
Favourite Overall EU3 AAR: Q1 2007; Q2 2007; Q3 2007; Q4 2007; Q1 2008; Q2 2008; Q3 2008; Q4 2008
Favourite Narrative EU3 AAR: Q1 2007; Q2 2007; Q3 2007; Q4 2007; Q1 2008; Q2 2008; Q3 2008; Q4 2008
Three Times WritAAR of the Week: 4 March 2007 13 May 2007 & 28 March 2008;
Twice AAR Showcase: 9 Dec 2007, 14 Jun 2009; Twice Best Character Writer: 9 Dec 2007, 13 Sep 2008
Editor in Chief of The AARlander
++ Member of the Christian Paradox Players Club ++
I was canonized!
See my AARs at the Ink Well
Fresh Blood on Ancient Soil - A Saga of the Scottish Kings of Aquitaine - NEW UPDATE: 21/02/2013
The Morea, A Palaeologid AAR - Last update: 22/7/2011
Regnum Iudaeorum - The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel - 4x Winner of the AARland Choice AwAARds - Last update: 22/7/2011
Remembering Steve Irwin (1962 - 2006) we will miss you, Steve.
Congratulations, TheExecutor! There was someone else recommending your AAR a few weeks ago and I sniffed around it a bit. Seeing as I now have had two recommendations, I really ought to do some serious reading in it...
I'll pop over thither within the next few days.
I believe one of the people recommending it was me.
Well deserved, sir - well deserved.
"That which does not kill me, has made a grave tactical error." - Jerry Pournelle
Seven AARs and a picture, too: Director's Inkwell
A Special Providence - An Ongoing Vic/Rev AAR of the Knights Temporal in the Victorian Era, A Tale of The Axe and the Killing Frost
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Having read a good bit of the story this morning (so much for the job search), I can unhesitatingly state that it's a very deserving winner. It has some of the deepest, most plausible characters constructed anywhere. Even the bad guys (well, the ones I've encountered so far) are intelligent, not just unlikeable dummies.
So if you haven't read TheExecutor's story yet, and you are interested in a story filled with rich, well-realized characters, you should do yourself a favor and check out 'The Last Mission'. Don't be fooled by the 'A love story! With airplanes!' tag - this is no simple Ben Affleck-Josh Hartnett 'Pearl Harbour' rip-off: it is vastly superior.
"Month after month"...something like my update speed...but anyway, quite an honor...I'm humbled!
No, no, thank YOU sir! You've been my best reader/commentator/plot wizard. Without your encouragement, I'd never have made it this far. Part of this award necessarily goes to you then!Originally Posted by El Pip
Lord E, Le Jones, robou, Enewald, Qorten, Canonized, aldriq, Hardraade, crusaderknight, Director:
Thanks for the well-wishes and congratulations! Keep up the good work!
Thank you so much for your words of praise and well-crafted advertising! I owe you one for the admonishment on a better signature posting! Your comments are always welcome and always perceptive. Looking forward to hearing from you some more!Originally Posted by Stuyvesant
Now that my week in the sun is up, I'd like to pass this along to a writer whose storyline is breathtaking in its crazyness. You wouldn't automatically grab this plot from a game of Rome, yet somehow his skill at writing allows the story to come off. Recently returned to updating after a short period away, I hope that he continues in much the same vein. Please congratulate:
on his winning of the Writer of the Week Award for Regnum Iudaeorum - The Lost Ten Tribes of Israel.
The Last Mission A Love Story
There is no way to peace along the way of safety. For peace must be dared, it is itself the great venture and can never be safe. Peace is the opposite of security. To demand guarantees is to want to protect oneself. Peace means giving oneself completely to God's commandment, wanting no security, but in faith and obedience laying the destiny of the nations in the hand of almighty God, not trying to direct it for selfish purposes. Battles are won, not with weapons, but with God. They are won when the way leads to the cross.