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Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:46 pm
by Jusey1
zemming wrote:Just a friendly reminder to everyone who would like PH, or another one of the large side stories:
We know there is interest in having those printed, but if we do another printing, we can't print an incomplete book. Given that so many fics are often delayed several times over, I don't think it would be fair to try to start a fic unless it's actually finished.

If anyone would like to PM or email me the authors' estimated completion time (and source!) for PH, MN7, and et cetera, I'd love to have the information. But again, that only means so much.


Well... I only know of five main stories... Four if we discount "Fallout: Equestria" itself (since that printing just happened).

So would be nice to have the four being printed but like you said... Project Horizons and Murky Number Seven aren't finished yet. (Those two stories I would love to read but waiting them to be finished and would love to have them as books for sure).

And like I said above... Pink Eyes is nice but isn't something I'll be "crazy about".

The 5th story is "Heroes" and I have no idea how long it is nor if it is finished anyways...

Actually, I don't know how long "Project Horizons" is because I don't know where I can even read it... Can't find it on FiMfiction.

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Tue Jul 29, 2014 3:49 pm
by yetanothername
http://www.equestriadaily.com/2011/08/f ... izons.html

Last time I checked Project Horizons is slightly less than 1.5 million words long.

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:39 am
by Jusey1
Ye'h. Definably would like to have Project Horizons as a series of books for sure....

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 5:08 pm
by synthos4
For my 2 bits,

I would absolutely love a copy of Pink Eyes. It was when I read this story that I truly became hooked into Fallout: Equestria. It provided the perfect spring board into the rest of the stories.

Ideally I would hope to be able to get printed copies of the 5 Stories that make up the Virtues of the Wasteland. (Those who don't know go here; http://brisineo.deviantart.com/art/Virt ... -367778873)

- FoE
- Pink Eyes
- Heroes
- Horizons
- Murky Number Seven

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Thu Jul 31, 2014 11:07 pm
by Jusey1
synthos4 wrote:For my 2 bits,

I would absolutely love a copy of Pink Eyes. It was when I read this story that I truly became hooked into Fallout: Equestria. It provided the perfect spring board into the rest of the stories.

Ideally I would hope to be able to get printed copies of the 5 Stories that make up the Virtues of the Wasteland. (Those who don't know go here; http://brisineo.deviantart.com/art/Virt ... -367778873)

- FoE
- Pink Eyes
- Heroes
- Horizons
- Murky Number Seven


That's actually what I meant when I said "The Main Five".

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Mon Aug 18, 2014 8:31 am
by Red
I've yet to finish reading FoE (on chapter 16 now), but a printed copy of Pink Eyes sounds really interesting.
And who knows, maybe someday we'll have printed versions of all the Main Five stories. Then my life (and my bookcase) will be complete. :twilightsmile:

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Sat Sep 06, 2014 7:52 am
by Thermine
Definitely have an interest for Pink Eyes and keeping eye on the site for if there will be an actual printing.

That and the other major stories. In case of Project Horizons my wallet might not share the enthusiasm as that thing is a monster of a story. Production and international shipping costs might not be for the fainthearted. Would still go for it. Whats a one month of not eating anyway? Was in need for bit of an diet anyhow.

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Mon Sep 08, 2014 12:45 pm
by ReaperKing
Thermine wrote:Definitely have an interest for Pink Eyes and keeping eye on the site for if there will be an actual printing.

That and the other major stories. In case of Project Horizons my wallet might not share the enthusiasm as that thing is a monster of a story. Production and international shipping costs might not be for the fainthearted. Would still go for it. Whats a one month of not eating anyway? Was in need for bit of an diet anyhow.


That's why you save up before hand, just in case.

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Wed Oct 01, 2014 9:53 pm
by Jusey1
Yes... Save up.

Though Project Horizons maybe a monster of a story... Gotta remember. Kkat's "skinny" mother created that monster so glad we have, at least, the main story on our bookcases (assuming we all have gotten a copy from 2nd or 1st printing).

Re: Gauging interest

Posted: Fri Jan 02, 2015 12:27 am
by Snowbell
I would love a physical copy of Pink Eyes. That story just absolutely broke my heart, I had a break-down that would have shocked Blackjack. :pinkiesad2: But in a good way.