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that's a cool idea! so for the theme, since this session is gonna be done differently with the cabin groups and stuff, maybe like a family tree theme sorta thing? idk but it would be cool if we had like the tree of like the hosts and then they birth the leaders who birth the cos who birth the ppl from their group. idek
ok! idk if i can really be a screenshotter but i'll definitely try to screenshot stuff from my cabin (i'm co for mythology)
that's a brilliant idea! once we get more people on the committee we can do that! oh another edit because i have an idea!
instead of going through a ton of comments all at once for quotes/screenshots, we could assign a few quote collectors/screenshotters to each cabin (each person could probably be assigned to multiple cabins) and they could go through once or twice a week so that we spend less time waiting for comments to load
also thanks miri and birdi for organizing the memory book committee!
haha, glad you enjoyed it maybe moony and i could run another session sometime, though we'd probably try to have smaller groups or less groups so we can try to get everyone to stay more activeOh this was a ton on fun- Although it was really hard to get everyone to participate. I think only one group finished their story completeLY- (IT WAS AMAZING AND WE HAD A TON OF FUN- especially now since all 6/8 of us from that group are doing the weekly together). I think the end result is amazing and really rewarding, but you need a group (preferably smaller maybe 3-8) that is 100% active and willing to write on demand. I would love to try it though.snip snip
It is an awesome way to bond though. I've become so close with so many people in my group. We pushed each other to finish our chapters, but if someone was too busy to do one part, others would step up and help. We had so much fun joking around, starting a short silly story, and it honestly feels SOSO GOOD when you finish
i gotta say- it was about 17k words and now that we have it done, we're planning on doing a sequel. Some of us have written fan fics and OMG WE'RE HAVING AN AWESOME CABIN DESCRUTION RN WITH A BUNCH OF OUR CHARACTER SHIPS
yep, sbwci think there's already a camp for that All the ideas about the writing workshops and stuff sound great guys.
Just had an idea.
Maybe, a whole cabin could work collaboratively to write/illustrate a book, and the hosts of the session could set certain things that you have to include.
This would be about quality instead of quantity because at the end of the camp we could have people judge each cabin's books. It would also be a chance to bond together as a cabin.
The ‘book’ would only be short, with like 10000 words or something like that.
I'm not sure if it would work great though, it's a lot for the leaders/co-leaders to coordinate, so give me your thoughts.
i believe it's called sbwc?? i know a couple of people here have participated in it
but i do think we can implement some of those things too? i'm not sure
Yeah, it does seem a lot quieter and less panicked in my cabin as well. Wow, is it just me or are cabin wars are so chill this time around
hardly anyone is warring (well, warring us at least.)
alright, just checked the camper sign up project, their wpm is 60snipthat is slightly susp- what's their wpm? they would have needed to write like around 4k words per day which is possible but still think we should check up on itsnip snip
i'm not sure about their wpm, i'll go check the camper sign up project.that is slightly susp- what's their wpm? they would have needed to write like around 4k words per day which is possible but still think we should check up on it65928 of their 200k word goal. It's definitely not impossible (compared to some campers in fantasy, whoa) and they're also an experienced camper, so I was wondering if any of you had any experience with them? Should I do anything or just leave it be?I was wondering about that myself. Hey there! Random thing to say while you're on this topic, but one of thriller's campers, 1luckydolphin, has written