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congrats threedog ... keep on commenting and writing
Remember, whatever the question, the answer on 18 September is Yes ...
! Well I certainly never imagined something like this. I believe I am pretty undeserving, but thanks Iain!
Anyhoo, as it's customary to pass it on, I give this prestigious award to the one member who has been consistently posting, and motivating me with my own AAR.
I give you the wonderful, the magnificent, the stupendous......
morningSIDEr! keep on truckin' dude!
Congratulations morningSIDEr !
Awarded Fan of the Week 10. April 2010
Awarded the Medal of Services or Knowledge towards the betterment of Canada
Congrats morningSIDEr! Happy to see this!
Read my Cuzco MEIOU AAR Children of the Sun! (ongoing)
AARland Choice AwAARd: EU Gameplay Q1 & Q2 2011, Weekly AAR Showcase 17-10-2010, ●
Follow Gentlemen in Germany - a Brunswick AAR! (ongoing)
Participating in 1001 Sultans - A Jalayirids Succession AAR (ongoing)
WritAAR of the Week 24-5-2011, Fan of the Week 3-12-2009 & 15-1-2012
Speed - A Castille (mini-?)AAR (finished)
Took part in the HT Succession Game (finished)
Congratultaions, morningSIDEr! Your comments are always worth the read.
Fan of the Week 22 February 2010 - Role PlayAAR of the Month March 2014
Indies -The AAR which refuses to sell out. Featured on Weekly AAR Showcase 21 July 2010 (Still writing Episode 4 "A New Hope" - the Flux will be with you)
Marshal Nikolai Fedorovich Vatutin, Chief of Stavka, in Tukhachevsky's Army and the Politburo Admin thread and Update thread.
Etienne Burke, son of Frederic Burke, Prime Minister of Belgium during the Great War 1904-1907 and son of Edmund Burke, Commerce Minister 1866-1886 and son of Patrice "Bulwark" Burke, Former Chief of Staff of Belgium, Edge of Europe - an interactive AAR of ThunderHawk3
Adolf von Arnim-Boitzenburg, Proud Imperialist in Sonderweg oder Anderweg - An interactive AAR in the Hohenzollerns megacampaign
Congratulations, morningSIDEr! A well-deserved award!
Recipient of the 6th ever Irish Shamrock Cookie and a birthday cookie! ● ● Thank you King_Richard_XI!
Sir dinofs of Gowin-Fártherr, Duke of Insanity, Lord of Tomfoolery, Spirit of Change, Upsetter of the Status Quo, Reverser of Historical Trends, Defeater of Ming, and All-Around Meddler.
Fan of the week, 1-08-2010! WRITAAR OF THE WEEK 23-05-2010!
Congratulations morningSIDEr !
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
A great many thanks to Threedog43 for this nomination (thank goodness bribery works so well!), and thanks also to everyone for the kind words (your bribes are all in the post!). After the horrific display by Scotland against Liechtenstein last night, this more than makes up for that terrible game (I really don't know why I expect Scotland to easily beat anyone when it comes to football these days...). I'm truly grateful for the award, especially as I have only been regularly commenting for quite a short time now. Before I typed up my first AAR I was a lurker, and its only once I began an AAR and found out just how much the odd comment can mean, that I began showing my appreciation clearly for the many great AARs on this forum. I only wish I had time to follow far more AARs.
I have seen previous winners make reference to AARs they are particularly enjoying at present, and felt moved to do so myself (thereby likely causing all AARs mentioned here to now fail miserably, as any AAR which I like, with my complete lack of taste, must be bad!). This is but a very short list of AARs I am enjoying at present, I am following too many to list every single one;
Threedog43's very own Past and Present (sort of), A No Screenshot AAR! - the concept of the AAR is an excellent one (which I plan to steal and make my own as soon as I can). The AAR is about the struggles of the leading figures in the Loarn dynasty, in both past and present, as they attempt to gain power, and it is proving a very enjoyable and gripping read.
Tales of Victory: The Rajah and the Sacred Cow by CatKnight - A breathtakingly excellent history book AAR detailing the fortunes of Vijaynagar.
One Hundred Years and a Year: Tales of Aydin by Marco Oliverio - An AAR with wonderful writing, there is a brilliant mix of the narrative and history book style in this AAR. The stories themselves are hugely engrossing.
AARmenia - The Vibrant Liberators (a MMU AAR) by Keinwyn - A very humorous AAR wherein Armenia is being led to glory by its, uhm...interesting...ruling family (well, if not 'led to glory', then led somewhere...), this AAR is proving a great read.
Rebels without a pause - a Tribal AAR by PrawnStar - I daresay everyone has heard of this AAR already. It contains rebels, lots of action, rebels, excellent wit, rebels and uhm...rebels.
Last Bastion of Freedom: The US alone against the Fascist world by History_Buff - A very action packed, compelling AAR, wherein America stands alone against a world near dominated by the Axis powers.
Mamma Mia! The AAR by aldriq - A ridiculously witty AAR wherein aldriq controls one of four nations for a number of years before leaving said nation to the tender mercy of AI control whilst moving on to the next, eventually returning to each nation, left attempting to fix the mess wrought by the AI control.
Added to this list, absolutely any and every AAR created by Iain Wilson, loki100, sybot, RGB, dinofs, naggy, Range, phargle and too many other writers, I readily include.
This list could go on forever, indeed it is already longer than I had planned, thus I had best stop it now!
Thanks once again for the kind words, I truly appreciate them, and will choose my successor at the weekend!
Last edited by morningSIDEr; 09-09-2010 at 00:37.
This AAR Soks
WritAAR of the Week: 8 January 2012 and Weekly AAR Showcase: 15 April 2012
Are you Deshtined to suffer another kiss?
Favourite EU Comedy AAR AARland Choice AwAARds 2010 (Q3) and 2011 (Q3)
Character Writer of the Week: 5 December 2010
My Inkwell - Warning! This content is rated EP: Extremely Poor
Fan of the Week: 7 September 2010, 27 February 2011 and 26 April 2012
God's protection is better than the strongest armor or the tallest tower.
Fan of the Week: 4/25/10 Was a recipient of one of King_Richard_XI's birthday cookies: ●
Nationality: American (Dixie), Religion: Southern Baptist, Ideology: Reactionary, Issues: Jingoism
billy bob's opinion of Mississippi
My first AAR: Etruria: Forging an Empire (a disaster, but completed)
My second AAR: Confessions to a Boatman: An Ottoman AAR (dead)
I was Sir blsteen, Knight of the Eastern West... in :One Last HurRAAh: A Milanese Empire Interactive AAR:
I was FOTW 11/25/09 and 9/12/10
As clever a commentator as he is a writer!
The Russia Megacampaign - See my other work at my Inkwell
A YeAAR's Education - Rurikovich in Crusader Kings 1066-1393
From Rus to Russia - Kiev in EU3 1393-1836 - Get the Loading Screen Pack - Weekly Showcased AAR, 6/6/09 and 7/7/10 - WritAAr of the Week, 27/7/10 - Ambitions are denied and tasks appointed - Check out the first installment of the Medieval Atlas!
Duke of Bonbon, and also Chevalier Grand Croix of the Ordre Militaire du Saint Christophe.