Revision history for StoryOnTheEdge


Revision [567]

Last edited on 2009-01-21 16:34:05 by BaxilDragon [link fix]
Additions:
~- CharacterMuse
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~- CharacterTheSinger


Revision [331]

Edited on 2007-01-05 12:08:25 by BaxilDragon [linkfix]
Additions:
~- LocationTheShadowlands
Deletions:
~- TheShadowlands


Revision [208]

Edited on 2006-12-20 00:36:06 by BaxilDragon [Eras -> Dates]
Additions:
==Dates==
~- EraTheShockSettlesIn - Largely takes place on Christmas Eve
Deletions:
==Eras==
~- EraTheShockSettlesIn


Revision [204]

Edited on 2006-12-19 23:52:56 by BaxilDragon [adding 'stories' to top]
Additions:
=====Stories: On The Edge=====
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=====On The Edge=====


Revision [136]

Edited on 2006-12-18 00:28:35 by BaxilDragon [fix link to era]
Additions:
~- EraTheShockSettlesIn
Deletions:
~- TheShockSettlesIn


Revision [80]

Edited on 2006-12-15 15:10:15 by BaxilDragon [-canon category]
Additions:
CategoryStories, StoriesByBaxilDragon
Deletions:
CategoryStories, CategoryOfficialCanon, StoriesByBaxilDragon


Revision [79]

Edited on 2006-12-15 14:34:48 by BaxilDragon [minor fixes]
Additions:
=====On The Edge=====
===Summary===
>>@@===Meta-Data===@@
==Author==
BaxilDragon
==Word Count==
==Author Comments==
This will be a novel-length work -- my first TTU novel not done for ""NaNoWriMo"".
>> ===Story Data===
==Major Characters==
~- Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Singlish (Singaporean slang): WikiPedia:Kiasu. If the Japanese man that Jay got his daisho from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.
===Read it at===
//Not yet online//
===Feedback===
Add questions or feedback about this story in the comments section.
CategoryStories, CategoryOfficialCanon, StoriesByBaxilDragon
Deletions:
====On The Edge====
==Summary==
>>==Author==
Baxil
==Size==
TBD>> ==Major Characters==
~- Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Korean slanglish (for, roughly, "striving one"). If the Japanese man that Jay got his katana from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.
CategoryStories, StoriesByBaxilDragon


Revision [78]

Edited on 2006-12-15 14:16:50 by BaxilDragon [Moving around the breakout box]
Additions:
==Summary==
TBD>> ==Major Characters==
~-
~-
~- Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Korean slanglish (for, roughly, "striving one"). If the Japanese man that Jay got his katana from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.
Deletions:
TBD>> ==Summary==
==Major Characters==
-
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~- Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Korean slanglish (for, roughly, "striving one"). If the Japanese man Jay got his katana from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.


Revision [65]

Edited on 2006-12-15 03:34:45 by BaxilDragon [Moving around the breakout box]
Additions:
~- Jay Belator Jones
~- CharacterKiasu
~- CharacterTheSinger
~- CharacterTheArchon
==Eras==
~- TheShockSettlesIn
==Locations==
~- San Jose, Calif.
~- TheShadowlands
~- Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Korean slanglish (for, roughly, "striving one"). If the Japanese man Jay got his katana from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.
Deletions:
Jay Belator Jones
CharacterKiasu
CharacterTheSinger
CharacterTheArchon
==Era==
TheShockSettlesIn
==Location==
San Jose, Calif.; TheShadowlands
Jay's roleplaying samurai character is named Bao Jian, after the Chinese //Shao Wu bao jian// (precious sword of Shao Wu). And "[[CharacterKiasu]]" is Korean slanglish (for, roughly, "striving one"). If the Japanese man Jay got his katana from ever learned about those nomenclatural gaffes, he'd be spinning in his grave.


Revision [64]

The oldest known version of this page was created on 2006-12-15 03:32:17 by BaxilDragon [Moving around the breakout box]
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