I was reading some stuff here in the SolAARium about fixed style and about humor. All of them nice stuff. It is my first visit here, and I must to congratulate Lord Durham for "giving" us the SolAARium.
I have a rather fixed style on my portuguese AAR. Go there and see. It almost doesn't change. It is my first AAR atempt, and I thought it would be good to have a fixed style. And it isn't only my first AAR atempt: it is trully the first history ever that I write!
Sometimes I wonder if I do a big change on it, in order to introduce more humoristic talks and descriptions, or if I could introduce more funny passages on the way it is now. Maybe because I have a rather serious writting style, and perhaps I need to change it because people prefer reading other things.
I am not asking help on my AAR proper because this discussion might be useful for others. Is it good to, when you have a "tradition" of writting always the same way with the same formats etc, to break with the system and change it completly? If it could be good, how to? Doing it slowly? At once? Has anyone ever noticed some break like this on an AAR?